Laurent-Perrier x Sea Containers Surrealistic Summer Terrace

Immerse yourself in our curious Summer Terrace in partnership with Laurent-Perrier, which brings to live Surrealism-inspired artwork in the hears of the Southbank.

May 25
Sep 18
  • 12PM - 11PM


Laurent-Perrier x Sea Containers Summer Terrace

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Soak up the South Bank on our Laurent-Perrier x Sea Containers Surrealism-inspired Terrace this summer.

This year’s summer terrace will bring to life Surrealism-inspired artwork in the heart of the Southbank.
Coinciding with the landmark ‘Surrealism Beyond Borders’ exhibition at the Tate Modern, the installation takes inspiration from surrealist art, a 20th-century avant-garde movement in art which sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind, by creating dream-like juxtaposition of images 

Surrounded by a variety of statement pieces which have been created to reflect the Surrealist movement, mirroring the work of famous surrealist artists such as Salvador and René Magritte, guests will be able to enjoy the curious terrace whilst sipping on Laurent-Perrier champagne by the glass or bottle and taking in the terrace’s unrivalled views across to St Paul’s and the City of London. 

*Our terrace is open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Please note the terrace is not bookable, tables will be allocated on first come first serve basis depending on availability. 


About Laurent-Perrier

Originally founded in 1812, the House of Laurent-Perrier has been defined by its pioneering role in innovating champagne throughout its history. Internationally recognised as one of the foremost names in champagne, its success can be attributed to a deliberate policy of challenging conventional techniques, whilst honouring traditional values: a respect for nature and the terroir above all, a passion for quality, and strong, lasting relationships. Laurent-Perrier’s success must also be attributed to the energy of the de Nonancourt family, headed by the late Bernard de Nonancourt, who assumed control in 1948. Working in a demanding business environment, Bernard preserved the independence of his champagne house and its related values, taking the house from one of hundreds to its current position as one of the region’s leading houses. These same principles guide the current management team led by his two daughters, Stéphanie Meneux de Nonancourt and Alexandra Pereyre de Nonancourt. As growers and producers of fine Champagne wines, Laurent-Perrier is committed to ceasing all practices or actions which may irremediably damage the environment. This pledge is translated and put into action in all our activities, showing a continual respect for the environment and natural resources. Our long-term policy in grape growing and wine elaboration is based on sustainable methods Laurent-Perrier places care for the environment as part of its winemaking process from grape to glass, through practices such as minimising production waste, reducing pollution, and promoting the regeneration of soil nutrients through sowing floral fallow plants. We at Laurent-Perrier strive to ensure that all our actions show a continual respect for the environment and natural resources.

Taking its sustainability efforts further than just the vineyards in France, Laurent-Perrier has also partnered with likeminded UK wild plant conservation charity, Plantlife, becoming a Corporate Patron. The brand will be working on further activations later this year to support Plantlife’s efforts.

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