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Stegosauras Launch - The Natural History Museum

Jurassic Party

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, EARTH HALL

The Brief

It’s not often that you get to celebrate the arrival of a 150 million-year-old Stegosaurus. But that’s exactly what the Natural History Museum asked us to do. This hugely significant addition to the Museum’s Earth Hall would not only cement its reputation as a world leader in conservation, but also act as an amazing centrepiece for the many events we help them to hold here.

THE DELIVERY

The designs that we created for this launch were inspired by the Earth Hall itself, where a towering red globe dominates the space and astronomical maps fill the walls. Applying our expertise and our knowledge of the space, we made sure that the spectacle of the Stegosaurus (nicknamed ‘Sophie’) could be enjoyed by all the invited guests, including key clients, suppliers and press.

The response

Simon Kershaw, Head of Events and Catering at the Natural History Museum, said: “The Earth Hall has always been a striking space but the addition of the Stegosaurus provides an extra dramatic centrepiece for events. We were delighted to include such a rare and valuable specimen in our venue, and were thrilled to be able to celebrate it with our key suppliers and contacts.”

We still enjoy how diverse each venue and event can be, consistently giving us freedom for creativity and design.

Adam Stanley, Producer

The inside story

Adam Stanley, Producer at Event Concept, explained: “We’re an accredited supplier of the Museum, having worked together for over 20 years. It was great to deliver this exciting launch party, and we look forward to hosting many more events featuring the Stegosaurus in the future."

FACTS & FIGURES

20

year working relationship

300+

dinosaur bones

6

metre long Stegosaurus

500

guest capacity in the Earth Hall

The team

Introducing the experts, specialists and technicians that made this event spectacular. Their precision and attention to detail is what made this event successful.

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