Review: BCFA Manchester Dinner

Last week the BCFA welcomed 240 guests to the unique Revolution Hall at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester for the annual Northern Dinner.032 resizeFrom the off the guests poured through the door, and the reception hall was soon bustling with excitement and conversation. Everyone was in good spirits as the talented Lauren Charlotte, accompanied the bubbles on the Violin. 

There was a wonderful turn-out of guests, with some great names from the northern design community attending. With a couple of glasses of bubbles consumed and the initial meeting and greeting complete, the attendees sat down for the delicious dinner. The tables were set around an impressive example of early aeroplane engineering, complementing the unique setting. 091 resizeBCFA Managing Director, Jeremy Stein toasted the guests and thanked the four sponsors for making the night possible; Bisley, Evans Textiles, Grohe and Protocol. 

The three-course meal was enjoyed by all, and the enthusiastic buzz continued throughout. 

The Different Lights, A superb four-piece band took to the stage. Guests couldn’t hold back their dancing shoes anymore and the dance floor was soon packed.

The atmosphere was one of enjoyment throughout the evening, with guests being able to stay at the side-lines and continue to network while others could dance the night away!228 resize bcfa teamThe BCFA team would like to thank all supporters of the event particularly the sponsors and the Northern Committee members.  The BCFA are looking forward to the next event in the north. The Manchester BBQ on Wednesday 19th July. We will then be back in Manchester for the OPEN exhibition on 4th-5th October. Add these dates to your diary now! For more information click here.

Check out the pictures from this wonderful evening.




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