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Spring 2014, and 500 guests enjoyed a HUGE fundraiser at Roundhouse for Save The Children : A Night of Reggae. Mustard were pleased and proud to work through DLA to support the cause.

Menus were researched, uniforms bought,and tables designed both in shape and look.

For more information contact Robert Salter:

"You are absolutely amazing. Thank you for the tremendous part you played in making A Night of Reggae a wonderful evening for Save the Children. I wanted you to know straight away, how grateful we are for your fantastic support. Mustard delivers with expertise, grace and generosity and we are very grateful. Save the Children is very lucky to have such expert external teams around them." The feedback has been very positive, with particular emphasis on the jerk chicken. Once again you hit the mark.

" A Roman Themed Christmas Party"

Mid December was a busy time here at Mustard. All the staff were working hard to finish 2013 with a bang. One event that was particularly wonderful and oozed Christmas luxury, was an event we did for a themed staff party. The theme was Roman styled. However, royal, ambulant and extravagant were the words we were asked to create.

"A huge THANK YOU to all of you in helping to create such a fantastic party last night - it was a resounding success! We all had a brilliant time and people fell in love with the venue. The food was truly delicious and the inventive menu went down very well. The Warders and Mustard staff looked great in their kit and were very helpful and friendly. I was speechless when I saw it, it had the wow factor times a million!"

A Gala Dinner which raised a staggering £1.3 million was held at Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, in aid of Save The Children last week. A host of celebrities and stars of stage and screen including; Ronnie Wood, Nik Rhodes, Jonathon Ross and Samantha Cameron, attended the event which was hosted by Helena Bonham-Carter and Tim Burton.

March 2013 and Mustard were selected to design tables and the menu to launch the David Bowie is exhibiton at The Victoria and Albert Museum. 270 guests were cleverly sat in The Dome to ensure sight lines to the speakers, Sir Paul Ruddock and Tilda Swinton. The V&A has been given unprecedented access to the David Bowie Archive to curate the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie.

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