Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Is Mayfair Really In The "Heart Of Theatreland"?

The Dover St restaurant is here. The "Heart Of Theatreland" is here. That means that the Dover St restaurant is - officially - not in Theatreland as it falls to the west of Regent St which, as we all know, is the boundary. And you don't spell "Beddingfield" like that. And the Dover St restaurant might want to check the contact details on their website as the postcode they quote doesn't exist. Other than those small points, it's good work from Top Position PR here. Or, as a reader has it:

Do they not run releases past their clients? Have they ever visited their client? Or are they hoping some local newspaper will not realise that this
perfect place for pre-theatre dining is nowhere near the heart of theatreland?

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"Louise - Top Position"
[louise@topposition.co.uk]
16/07/08 11:31 am
Subject
PR: Dover St: Musical Dining in the Heart of Theatreland
Press Representation: Top
Position
Account Manager: Louise Byrne
Contact: Louise@topposition.co.uk
Tel: 0800 094 9001

For immediate release

Dover St: Musical Dining in the Heart of Theatreland

Dover Street Restaurant and Jazz Bar is nestled in the heart of Mayfair in London's West End and at the centre of the capital's theatreland NO IT ISN'T. Its prime location has opened up the delights of this jazz bar and French restaurant to a whole new audience: theatre audiences. The restaurant that has gained legions of live music fans, leading to its reputation as one of the best jazz venues in London, is becoming known as a great pre theatre restaurant. THIS DOESN'T MAKE SENSE.

Dover Street is the perfect place to have a pre-theatre dinner in an ambient setting. DO YOU KNOW WHAT AMBIENT MEANS? The d├ęcor is stylish and classic without being formal or stuffy. The dinner jazz provides a relaxing backdrop against which to enjoy great Mediterranean food made to such high standards that, quite apart from the music, Dover Street has become renowned for being one of the best French restaurants in London. NO IT HASN'T.

The venue is just as ideal to visit after the theatre for a quick drink at the bar before heading home, or if you want to make a night of it you can eat until late and see a live band. No matter what evening you plan to take a trip to the theatre, you can get to see some of the best live jazz in London after the show with great bands playing a mix of great musical styles (from jazz and latin to soul and funk) at Dover Street all through the week. Dover Street Restaurant and Jazz Bar is a late night venue, so it fits in perfectly in London's theatreland. GET OVER THIS THEATRE THING ALREADY!

With live bands and resident DJs playing through until 3am, and last orders in the kitchen available up until 2am, the opening hours fit perfectly around even the latest show. WHAT? It's live music bill has featured some fantastic, well-known artists, including Delta Goodrem, Nerina Pallot, Earl Thomas, Brenda Edwards, Daniel Beddingfield and Amy Winehouse. It's prestigious address in the heart of the West End makes it a well-loved choice of local Londoners as well as a draw to the many tourists coming to theatreland STOP! NOW! To find out more about this Mayfair restaurant with a difference, go to www.doverst.co.uk.

Editor's Note: Dover Street is represented by the search engine
optimisation (SEO) team at Top Position, the online advertising
consultancy. Please direct all press queries to Louise Byrne. Email:
Louise@topposition.co.uk

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