Join London Florist Agent F for a fun, floral evening to celebrate British Flowers Week in style. At this informal workshop suitable for all ability levels, you will learn how to make your very own Agent F-inspired vase arrangement to take home and enjoy, followed by a relaxed supper with wine at this fabulous five star art deco hotel.
The workshop will be held in the elegant Councillor's Room, a delightful space with original 1930s polished wood panelling and huge windows at the luxurious Town Hall Hotel, moments from Bethnal Green station. This is a fabulous opportunity to get creative with flowers and enjoy 5 star service, THH style.
On arrival, guests will enjoy a reception of cocktails, prosecco and nibbles. Thomas Severn, Creative Director of Agent F, will then introduce the workshop and talk about our favourite flora, the British cut flower industry and why we should be choosing British-grown flowers. He will then share some trade secrets on simple yet stylish ways of displaying seasonal flowers in the home and demonstrate how to make the lovely vase arrangement you will recreate. You will be guided through the principles of creating a modern yet natural-looking arrangement and given advice on how to select the best combinations of flowers and foliage.
Using British-grown blooms, herbs and foliage, you will begin by selecting your flowers and preparing your stems. You will then create your very own vase arrangement, with experienced AF florists on hand to help, should you need guidance.
Guests will then relax and enjoy an informal supper with wine together, at a long table decorated with delightful British flowers - a chance to compare notes and relax your green (or not-so-green!) fingers. As you dine, your arrangement will be wrapped in signature Agent F packaging ready for you to take home at the end of the evening.
Tickets priced from £89, which includes a £5 donation to Agent F's nominated charity, Thrive. Thrive is the national charity whose aim is to enable positive change in the lives of disabled and disadvantaged people through the use of gardening and horticulture.