Architectural Dessert Trolley visits Royal London Hospital

By NatalieU Last edited 113 months ago
Architectural Dessert Trolley visits Royal London Hospital
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A dessert trolly complete with a giant-sized gingerbread Gherkin, that is, 30 St Mary Axe and a massive tower of jellies, dare we say it, wobbled into The Royal London Hospital to bring some early Christmas cheer to the patients. There were huge smiles in the children's ward as the full white-tie waiters entered with the dessert trolly while a harpist played some merry tunes in the background. The children were encouraged to get involved in the making of their dessert with decorating gingerbread and making instant ice-cream with dry ice which proved to be a hit.

The event was organised by Vital Arts in collaboration with architectural foodsmiths and jelly mongers, Bompas and Parr.

Last Updated 16 December 2008