Keith Prowse are proud to be the UK’s leading corporate hospitality provider and provide official hospitality at all the major sporting and cultural events in the UK.

Treat VIP guests to a corporate hospitality experience they will never forget and enjoy the best seats in the house with a Keith Prowse corporate hospitality package. Choose from a huge range of corporate events and entertainment options including rugby hospitality at Twickenham Stadium, Wimbledon hospitality, cricket hospitality at Lords, the Kia Oval, Edgbaston or The Ageas Bowl. We also offer an exciting array of theatre hospitality packages, polo hospitality and sailing hospitality 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.

Why Corporate Hospitality?

Corporate hospitality packages offer you the chance to reward your most valued clients with an experience they’ll never forget. Spend quality, face to face time with key customers and impress them with a luxury corporate hospitality package from Keith Prowse. Our corporate events and hospitality packages are also ideal for use as staff incentives and team building ideas.

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Guests in the Montpelier Club at The Kia Oval chat to a cricket player

Register Your Interest For The Ashes 2015 

Looking for hospitality during the Investec Ashes Test Match Series in 2015? Then register your interest with us today for hospitality options at Edgbaston, Kia Oval and Lord's.

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Corporate Hospitality News

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 'less afraid' of Andy Murray

Andy Murray is less fearsome an opponent than before, according to his next opponent at Flushing Meadows.

Jason Roy called up for England Twenty20 team

Surrey's Jason Roy has a chance to repeat his domestic T20 form at international level.

England suffer heavy defeat in Cardiff

England lost the second one-day international heavily - and captain Alastair Cook has fallen out with another commentator.

Andy Murray relieved to still be in US Open

Andy Murray has spoken of his relief after having to overcome both his opponent and cramp in the first round of the US Open.

Alastair Cook backed by Joe Root as World Cup captain

Joe Root is sure Alastair Cook is the man for the ODI job - despite a former colleague writing off the team's World Cup chances.

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