Rise and shine at No.11 Cavendish Square

Rise and shine at No.11 Cavendish Square

By Aaron Field

No.11 Cavendish Square, one of London’s most prestigious venues welcomed PA's and event bookers last week, on Friday 6 July, for a breakfast show-round with a difference.


Rise and shine at No.11 Cavendish Square

The ‘sound bath’ concept was designed to allow guests to enjoy a tranquil and energising experience, it also highlighted the versatility of the venue and showcased the stunning Orangery and Courtyard Garden – a rare indoor-outdoor oasis hidden just moments from the bustling streets of central London in Fitzrovia.  

On arrival, guests were led to the Courtyard Garden to enjoy a healthy breakfast from award-winning in-house caterer Food by Dish, delicious bites including avocado, boiled hens egg, radish and pea shoot on rye, orange, almond and polenta gluten-free cake and a build-your-own breakfast bowl with a choice of Greek or soy yoghurt, homemade maple and pecan granola and a selection of fresh fruit and toppings such as toasted coconut flakes and goji berries. 

Guests were then led into the Orangery where they took part in an uplifting sound healing session with Harriet Emily, a trained Sound Healing Therapist and Kundalini Yoga Instructor. The immersive and sensory experience encouraged guests to escape the daily rush of city life and bathe in the beautiful tones and calming vibrations of the ‘sound bath’. 

Finally, guests were given a venue show round, where they were able to explore a selection of the venues numerous event spaces including the Edwards Room and The Green House. 

Matthew Tolchard, Head of Commercial Activities at No.11 Cavendish Square, said: “It was a wonderful morning and we are very glad that so many people chose to spend it with us. The event was unlike anything else we’ve hosted here at No.11 and perfectly showcased the versatility of the Orangery and courtyard for how it can be utilised for a variety of occasions, whether a product launch, evening reception or yoga session. It was a breakfast briefing with a difference.”