As we’re getting ready for the return of the Autumn Nations Series, welcoming New Zealand, Argentina, Japan, and reigning world champions South Africa to Twickenham Stadium, we can’t forget about the great opportunity to watch these formidable teams go head-to-head in great style, with world-class hospitality and exhilarating, physical rugby paired with fabulous food and drink. Four different venues are available on the East Stand - The Rose Garden, The Gate, The Lock and The East Wing. Tickets officially via Keith Prowse, starting from £249 per person.
The jewel in the crown at Twickenham Stadium, The East Wing offers views over both the London skyline and Twickenham’s hallowed turf and a direct suite-to-seat journey. Guests enter the stadium in the most luxurious way, with a private lift direct to the suite, followed by concierge service upon arrival and throughout the day, which is adaptable to their requirements. Flooded with natural light, its dual-aspect vista takes in the pitch and West London skyline. Direct access to seats ensures a flexible entertaining experience. Guests can choose from an informal lounge or formal private dining with food, drink, and inclusive features that boast excellence – they are able to sip on Champagne throughout the day or enjoy a range of premium spirits and fine wines selected by an on-hand sommelier. Taste buds will be tantalised from the start, with a chef’s welcome of canapés, before sitting down to enjoy a delectable five-course menu.
Located on level five of Twickenham Stadium, with easy access from the main entrance, the British Airways Rose Garden ambience is informal and the atmosphere is electric. Opening pre-match and offering live music, hand-held street food and a range of complimentary drinks, including real ales and draught Guinness. Match seats in the upper tier within the 22s provide a cracking view of all of the sporting action.
The Gate is a premium hospitality offering located on levels one and two of Twickenham’s East Stand. Guests can enter The Gate through a private entrance, into a relaxed rugby atmosphere, where they can enjoy a menu of modern, simple but exquisite chop-house food, complemented by fine wines and real ale with customers, colleagues, friends and family. The four-course Chop house style menu will see wine and food with a comprehensive bar including Champagne, real ales, Guinness and premium lager, with sommelier-selected wines. Another popular inclusion is half-time drinks which will be served from the bar. After the final whistle has blown, and whilst the crowds disperse, guests can enjoy post-match Twickenham tea.
The Lock, a dual-aspect concept allowing views of Twickenham and West London while also enjoying the iconic pitch view, provides the opportunity for a classic English dinner with contemporary twist, where guests can also enjoy Twickenham afternoon tea and Champagne, real ales and premium lagers served throughout the day. Designed to give its guests a quintessentially English experience, it is carefully thought out to radiate all things England Rugby and create a bright and welcoming space for guests, with prices starting from £549.
Don't miss the opportunity to experience the thrill of the games in top-notch atmosphere and book directly through Keith Prowse, the UK’s leading hospitality provider.