Christmas Party Venues In London
It’s May and it was sunny last weekend, so I’m 90% sure the British summer is over already. That means one thing, it’s time to start counting down the days to Christmas. I’m much more Grinch than Elf, but I can appreciate it’s important to be thinking about the office party, that one night of the year where it’s a little more acceptable to go a little more wild…
Here are a few ideas from Mango Pie on how to create an Office Christmas Party which is talked about for all the right reasons…
Transform Your Office
Left it until the last minute? Can’t quite find something that matches your exact requirements? No problem. Transform your office into an amazing event space that no one will predict. A few weeks ago, Mango Pie implemented a design into a dull boardroom and turned it into a summery celebration. It’s amazing what the right glassware and chairs can do.
Holding your Christmas party in your office gives you no restrictions on design but your own. There’s no venue telling you that you can’t bring in a certain supplier, you’ll just have to fight that out with your own internal politics! Best of all, you know everyone will be able to attend and there will be no complaints about travelling too far, as your guests do it every day!
Magic Roundabout Shoreditch
One of the trendiest places of the moment. Magic Roundabout is, surprisingly, on a roundabout just above Old Street tube station (first tick, super easy to get to). If you’re used to getting a table at an event with lots of other companies, maybe this could be something a bit different for you. There are some super affordable packages available, meaning you don’t have to take the entire venue for your office Christmas party. With street food stalls and craft beers available where ever you look, and some amazing DJs playing on into the night, it’s impossible not to have a good time here.
Two Temple Place
I know we go on about Two Temple Place a lot, but it really is because we love it. There’s so much flexibility in this venue despite it’s age and protected status. I have a vision of a Christmas Party here being built to look like someone’s house. You could have tonnes of soft seating for a relaxed lounge type feel before dinner, then head upstairs into the Great Hall to two long tables, styled an themed beautifully. Bring in a wicked caterer, and hey presto, you have yourself an event (sounds so easy…).
Head back downstairs for a wicked party after, and I’m sure your Christmas Party will go down in history.