Trinity House

Trinity House is a bit of a home from home for us…

…not only is it an absolute privilege to work in such a fine building but together with the wonderful team of Zoe, Natasha and all of the House staff, it is hard to think of another venue at which we have been made to feel more welcome over such a long period.

Our highlights of the house are of course, the view out towards the Tower Of London, being spied upon by the paintings of previous Masters of the House in the Library where we do most of our work, as well as the chance to ring the bell from the Royal Yacht Britannia..when no one is around! Trinity House also “does” Christmas in style with trees and plenty of garlands to create the perfect festive setting. Visit the Trinity House Website

We’ve been working with Trinity house since 2007…

……offering audio visual support for all manner of events in every space the House has to offer.

From the simple hire of a Plasma screen in the Reading Room to a custom built set, staging, projection, lighting and sound in the Library, together with live streaming of the event, we can manage all of your production requirements. With countless events under our belts, our team have all expressed their favourites, most of which include reference to the food on offer from the fantastic selection of preferred caterers. And also working with specific repeat clients or with well known figures. A couple of the team once had the privilege to engage in a private and lengthy conversation with Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston. About Trinity House  The central headquarters of Trinity House has been based at its’ current location since 1796 but had to be rebuilt after the Second World War. The Charity is responsible for safeguarding shipping and seafarers, supporting the seafaring community and maintaining 66 lighthouses in its’ role as a General Lighthouse Authority. The House holds a fantastic collection of paintings, photographs, models and exhibits, detailing its’ long and prestigious history and we would strongly advise clients and their guests to take time out from their event to enjoy these. Visit The Trinity House Website