Around 750 guests, from politicians to music and arts celebrities, are expected to attend the event at the venue which is 100m from the Olympic Stadium. The after-party will begin at around 10pm after the £41 million ceremony in the stadium.
Legacy List supports the cultural, social and physical regeneration of the Olympic Park and its surroundings. It was launched in September 2011 by the Mayor of London and the Olympic Park Legacy Company.
Arthur Somerset, director of events at Fish Island told Event: "The party will be on the second floor and the roof terrace and there will be 750 people for a star-studded occasion.
"I don’t think Locog would say it was the official party because there isn’t one. And that’s fair enough after they’ve spend £41m on [the ceremony]. We will have just seen the biggest show on earth and this is about the legacy, which is the future. This will be the party of 2012."
He added: "The theme is being discussed but I think that it is going to reflect the charity’s aims and the location of where we are."
In November, concept plans were approved for a temporary ‘giant living room’ venue on Fish Island which could feature experiential space in a sofa the height of a four-story building as well as a 30m by 17m TV screen.
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