We’re delighted to announce that our Circle Restaurant has been crowned ‘Heritage and Arts Establishment of the Year’ at the Sports and Leisure Catering Awards 2017.

Held at the prestigious BAFTA London, the glamorous SLC Awards ceremony featured over 200 guests from across the UKs Leisure and Catering industry.

Representing Birmingham Hippodrome at the event were Head Chef Melissa Menns, Catering Manager Andy Hogarth, Communications Executive Kate Evans and outgoing Head of Finance Helen Bates. They were joined by Birmingham Hippodrome’s new Commercial Director, Peter Evans, who joins the team this September.

Guests on the evening were treated to a pre-event drinks and canape reception followed by a live interview with Levy Restaurants UK creative director Roy Westwood, who outlined the challenges and visions for catering in large venues, while also highlighting some of the spectacular plans for Tottenham Hotspur Football Club’s new stadium.

We’d like to say a huge congratulations to Melissa and team on their victory!

If you’ve yet to sample our show-stopping seasonal produce and world-class hospitality…there’s never been a better time to try.