When the time to arrange your work’s Christmas party comes around there are ways to make it unique if you happen to be in London.
The people you work with are the ones you spend a significant percentage of your life with so when planning a Christmas party it is important to get it right. Often work does not present the opportunity for in-depth social interaction so here are some great ideas for unique parties this Christmas in London.
Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum
Wrap up warm and have some fun with some historical sights. There is a Christmas fair to look around and afterwards you can take the chance to sample some mulled wine.
The London Eye
Why not head down to this London hotspot for mince pies and wine while enjoying the view over the capital?
You name it they will have it when it comes to games, pool tables, ultraviolet bowling lanes and even Europe’s fastest bumper cars.
City Golf & Health Clubs
Here you can either take part in cocktail making, racing driving or a spot of golf training, so bring your competitive side.
West London Shooting School
A spot of clay pigeon shooting does not hurt anyone, as long as you face your gun the right way, so consider a daytime activity at this country house on the outskirts.
Christmas on the river
Come aboard one of the most stylish cruisers on the River Thames and enjoy a three course meal, unlimited drinks and a mince pie, followed by a disco to dance the night away.
Be transported back in time to the sin-filled 19th century and indulge in the artistic side of partying with a live show in a Bohemian style.
James Bond casino party night
If you do not have a James Bond lookalike working with you here is the next best thing – a themed night filled with food, Martinis and stacks of entertainment.
Memories of Motown
Travel back to the good times and boogie on down to Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
Join in with this Russian-themed extravaganza complete with seated dining, dodgems and waltzers, music, and a show to remember.
There are so many weird and wonderful ideas, venues with function bands, themed events and even time travel, all varied in prices with a budget to suit everyone. Whatever you do make sure to have fun and to pace yourself, after all no one wants to tell the boss what they really think or to be the first one home.
Article written by Kirsten Crainey, an event planner with over a decade of experience in creating, organising and overseeing a range of different occasions, to function band london.