Treat VIP guests to a corporate hospitality experience they will never forget and enjoy the best seats in the house with a Keith Prowse hospitality package. Choose from a huge range of corporate entertainment options including rugby hospitality at Twickenham Stadium, Wimbledon hospitality, cricket hospitality at the Kia Oval, Edgbaston or Lord's.
We also offer an exciting array of horse racing hospitality packages and theatre packages to mention but a few. At Keith Prowse, we pride ourselves on being a 'one-stop-shop' for all your corporate hospitality needs so if you have a particular event in mind, get in touch and we will do our best to ensure you and your clients are there to enjoy it.

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Twitter Keith Prowse Introducing a new tradition
Have a look at the new traditions we are bringing to Wimbledon this year here.


The object of the game is to carry the ball over the opponents’ goal line and force it to the ground to score. It’s simple... but complex. Take a look at our Beginners Guide to Rugby Union.
Twitter Keith ProwseCorporate Hospitality: what is the value of spending face time with your customers?
Central to a company’s marketing mix and often described as face time, entertaining at a sporting event allows you to invest in clients, building strong relationships through side-by-side communication.
Corporate hospitality is a key part of building and maintaining relationships with clients and colleagues but, says Sam Coates, striking the right balance between business and pleasure is absolutely crucial


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Marcus Willis brings British cheer at Wimbledon

Marcus Willis provided the story of the day as Wimbledon got underway yesterday (June 27th).

England complete 3-0 whitewash of Australia

England capped a superb trip down under by clinching a 3-0 whitewash of the Wallabies.

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic to face Britons in opening round at Wimbledon

The draws have been made for Wimbledon, giving some of the favourites in both the men's and ladies' draws a British challenge.

Johanna Konta celebrates Wimbledon seeding with Kvitova scalp

Last ball six leads to incredible Trent Bridge tie

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