July 3, 2018

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The Rose Garden is a Club, entry level hospitality offering launching this autumn in Twickenham Stadium’s East Stand. If you’ve not heard about the exciting changes and the story behind the concepts of home and rugby, check out our East Stand piece.

How was the name derived?

Home: A rose garden or rosarium is a garden or park, often open to the public, used to present and grow various types of garden roses and rose species

Rugby: Laurence Sheryff, the founder of Rugby School, was presented with a coat of arms by Elizabeth I and in doing so she allowed him to use her red rose on the crest

Located on level five, with escalator access from the main entrance, this roof terrace location will offer guests an informal, but electric atmosphere. A rugby party destination, fully inclusive of live music, hand-held street food and complimentary drinks including real ales and draught Guinness, The Rose Garden is one to enjoy with family, friends and customers alike.

It’s all in the detail.

With live, ultimate party band music from the stage, which is adjacent to an above average 21m bar, this destination is all about anticipation – rock, pop, soul and rugby, what to look forward to next! Glazing isn’t full height, ie there’s a 30cm gap, but don’t worry about the outdoors coming indoors, as pizza ovens and rotisserie will ensure that the temperature is well controlled. Large bleacher seats will maximise migration as there’s no fixed seating.

Rose Garden

Your seats

Watch all of the action from East Stand, upper tier seats within the 22s. Views are memorable, but don’t take our word for it, let the ‘view from seat’ do the talking.

To eat and to drink

The menu will be hand-held street food including pizza cooked on site, accessible via grazing stations and served by roaming waiting staff. Accompanied by a comprehensive drinks selection of real ales, Guinness, premium lager and selected wines.

What to expect at an experience in The Rose Garden

There’s plenty of time to enjoy all of the action, both on and off the pitch, as The Rose Garden opens three hours pre and ninety minutes post-match. Drinks are also served from the bar during half-time.

Time is of the essence - already sold out for South Africa, New Zealand and Australia

The Rose Garden is proving to be a popular destination with South Africa (3 November), New Zealand (10 November) and Australia (24 November) already sold out. With prices from £350+VAT per person to see England take on next year’s Rugby World Cup hosts, Japan, a fixture you will not regularly see on the international schedule. Click here to find out more.



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