The theme of the evening was underwater and as it is the 50 year anniversary of The Beatles ‘Abbey Road’ album, Absolute Lighting & Events decided to link this to the famous song from the album ‘Octopus’s Garden’.
Dining table decor was inspired by ‘The Titanic’ dining room, dressed with golden sparkly candelabras decorated with seaweed, pearls and sea shells.
The arrival area for the drinks reception was themed around the harbour-side with steamer trunks and vintage travel accessories, baskets and dockside lanterns and jars.
‘Under the Sea’ decor
Titanic Inspired table setting
A whole host of acts performed throughout the night, keeping guests thoroughly entertained. From Aerial Merman acrobat Paul Curran and his show stopping performance whilst suspended from the architecture of the building to amazing dance performances from MD Productions and Salsa Liverpool.
Aerial Merman acrobat Paul Curran
Liverpool-based tech house producer and globally touring DJ Yousef had guests up on the dance-floor all night.
Baked Tartlet of Caramelised Shallots & Goat’s Cheese (v)
Tomato & chive concasse, balsamic dressing
Roast Baby Lamb “Renaissance”
Roast lamb rump, blushed heritage tomato & king olives, sauce verjuice
Chocolate & Orange Torte
Candied orange zest, orange infused “chantilly” cream & crushed berry crumb
You can watch the highlights of the evening here.
The next Henry Yates Thompson Annual Dinner will be held on 17th of October 2020 and will be 20’s themed. If you would like to reserve places or tables for next year’s dinner please call the Palm House on 0151 726 9304.
Alternatively, if you would like to find out more about using using the Palm House for your own special event don’t hesitate to contact Dine on 0113 275 4545.