Multi-award winning South Kensington venue the Science Museum reveals its Christmas party package for 2013: The Big Christmas Theory.

Created in conjunction with award-winning companies Moving Venue, event caterers, and production agency Fisher Productions, The Big Christmas Theory will see the Museum’s Energy Hall and Making of the Modern World galleries dressed for evening receptions and dinners during the coming 2013 festive season.

The Big Christmas Theory includes exclusive venue hire, prosecco on arrival, unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the evening, and a bespoke menu consisting of canapés, bowl food and a three-course dinner. The package will also include themed décor and lighting throughout the galleries, DJ and dance floor, cloakroom facilities and a PA system in the Making of the Modern World gallery. Optional upgrades such as supplementary food and drink, extended event timings, flowers, additional furniture and exterior props are also available, allowing event organisers to tailor their Christmas party down to the finest detail.

The package will be available for groups ranging from 150 to 750 guests between 27th November and 19th December 2013. Larger reception parties of 700 guests or more will be able to book the package at a price starting from £69 + VAT per person on Monday and Tuesday nights in December.

Alicia Dickinson, Communications Manager – events at the Science Museum, said: “Our Christmas parties have proved to be a great success in the past; having worked with Moving Venue and Fisher Productions for several years, we are confident that this year’s Christmas parties will not be an exception. We are proud to be able to offer The Big Christmas Theory at a highly competitive price for larger groups, giving event organisers an affordable party option within a unique venue.”

- Ends -

 For further information / pictures, please contact Triggerfish Communications on 

020 7233 9700

Notes to editors

  • The Science Museum’s collections form an enduring record of scientific, technological and medical change from the past. Aiming to be the best place in the world for people to enjoy science, the Science Museum makes sense of the science that shapes our lives, sparking curiosity, releasing creativity and changing the future by engaging people of all generations and backgrounds in science, engineering, medicine, technology, design and enterprise.
  • The museum was established with the profits from The Great Exhibition of 1851 and is now one of the top visitor attractions in the UK, as well as a multi award-winning unique venue for corporate and private events.
  • Website:
  • Twitter: @SCM_Events
  • LinkedIn: Science Museum
  • Facebook: Science Museum Events