2005 ends well for Hospital

The Hospital, a Covent Garden members’ club, recording studio, restaurant and art gallery funded by American investor Paul Allen, reported a strong end to 2005 with a series of high-profile events.

The Hospital, a Covent Garden members’ club, recording studio, restaurant and art gallery funded by American investor Paul Allen, reported a strong end to 2005 with a series of high-profile events. On 25 and 26 November Kodak held its Kodak One Gallery event. It included an exhibition of the past 30 years of digital photography and an exhibition called One City, which was themed on everyday London life, and featured images by fashionista Isabella Blow and London-based photographers. On 1 December agency Future Brand held its Future Talent Awards, which began three years ago to promote design students. The Hospital sponsored this year’s event and showcased the winner’s work for a week preceding the awards. On 14 December creative agency Iris showcased its 2005 successes. Iris On Show transformed The Hospital’s gallery and screening room areas into an exhibition space. Michael Berg, head of the seven-strong events team at The Hospital, which opened in November 2003, said: “In other venues, someone will take your booking and pass it on to someone else. Here at The Hospital the person who takes your call will look after your event in a personal manner that very few organisations can match. “The client can subsequently build up a relationship with The Hospital, and when some events take three months to plan that is absolutely vital,” he added.

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