More event industry work on the royal wedding revealed

The royal wedding passed with one very significant hitch but thankfully no negative ones thanks to the work of the event industry.

William and Kate image from Clarence House
William and Kate image from Clarence House

Last week Event revealed some of the businesses working on live events around Prince William and Kate’s nuptials, and more have come forward to tell us what they were up to.

Event venue Central Hall Westminster formed a key role in wedding coverage, providing space for broadcasters including the BBC, ABC, NBC, and CBS.

Meanwhile, ADI supplied the three gigantic main screens for Hyde Park’s huge Jack Morton-run event. The firm also provided four cameras to add to the BBC coverage onscreen and supplied royal wedding bashes in Skipton, Keswick, Eastbourne, Liverpool and Southampton.

Separately, St Ermin’s Hotel in Caxton Street worked with London & Partners to provide a media lounge for visiting and local press to enjoy and report on the day’s events.

For those impressed by how Kate’s dress was kept a secret until the very last moment, this was aided by Berry Maquees’ work installing screens outside the Goring Hotel to preserve the reveal until Middleton stepped out of the car and into Westminster Abbey.

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