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, tennis hospitality and 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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Stan Wawrinka and Jamie Murray to feature in Aegon Championships

Stan Wawrinka and Jamie Murray are among the latest stars to sign up for the Aegon Championships.

Federer's Basel commitment suggests several more Wimbledon appearances to come

Roger Federer has revealed he plans to play on until at least the age of 38.

Jonathan Trott signs Warwickshire contract extension

Jonathan Trott will be playing for at least two more seasons at Edgbaston.

Ben Stokes wants fans to "fall in love" with Test cricket again

New England vice-captain Ben Stokes is a man on a mission to spread the love.

Captain Root 'cannot wait' for Ashes challenge

Joe Root is already looking forward to the Ashes after being given the England captaincy.

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