Afternoon Tea: an English classic that’s bang in season

There are few things so quintessentially English as the Afternoon Tea. Dating back to the 1800s, it was invented by the aristocrat Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, who wanted something to combat that ‘sinking feeling’ in the afternoon, after…


Press Coverage in May and June 2017

A summer of love for Swan As summer gets into full swing and The Globe gears up for a busy season ahead, there’s been a lot of focus on Swan from London’s foodie set. Our menu has been the talk…


Charity fundraising: how to host great events for good causes

There are many reasons to put on an event, and at Swan, Shakespeare’s Globe we are familiar with most of them. We regularly host weddings, birthday celebrations, Christmas parties and corporate bashes, along with any other excuse for a party…


How to make your meeting mean business

Sometimes it can feel like working life is a series of meetings, pre-meetings and subsequent meetings to discuss previous meetings. This is why when you are hosting a crucial meeting for your business it is worth putting the effort into…


Our top tips for choosing the perfect wedding venue

‘Let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments’ William Shakespeare Everybody loves a good wedding. Happiness is in the air, families and friends are brought together and food and drinks are flowing. For brides and grooms, a…

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