Après ski or flap your way into Christmas

Shared events are becoming increasingly popular and could be the perfect arrangement for your office party. When the top Christmas events in London sell out by September, this is a great opportunity for small and medium sized businesses who can’t fill a private venue or those that are booking late. See our previous blog post on how to reap the rewards of a shared party here.


Après Ski Party in Finsbury Square

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Image Credit: The Smart Group

Be transported to frosty alpine France at this Après ski party in the heart of the city. No holds barred with the theme- a glass of frosted fizz in hand, wander through a backdrop of snowflakes, fir trees, twinkly fairy lights and log cabins – graciously accepting canapes along the way. Recline round a log fire before tucking into a tasty three-course meal. End the night on the dancefloor, looking in awe at the acrobatic prowess of the specialist dancers and entertainers!

Visit The Smart Group for bookings and more information.


 Midnight in Manhattan

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Image credit: Awesome Events

This Awesome event really is awesome. Based at the Royal Horticultural Society in the heart of Westminster, this quintessentially British venue is transformed into suave Manhattan. The New York Skyline provides the backdrop to your evening festivities. Enjoy a glass of Prosecco to the sound of Frank Sinatra as the gates of Central Park open to reveal the dramatic dining hall.  Dance the night away on the Times Square dance floor in the city that never sleeps.




Speakeasy Shared Party

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Throw prohibition to one side for an evening of glamour and hedonism. Of course the drinks are served in tea cups to divert the prying eyes of the authorities…The more tassel clad the better; enjoy a night of 1920’s swing music, Charleston dancers and cabaret entertainment in the grand Porchester Hall. See here.


Header Image Credit: The Smart Group


To see some Christmas party tips on how and what to organise this year, see our Linkedin article.