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We confirm our first Christmas bookings for 2017

  • Tue Jan 31 2017
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  • News

Exciting news - we have already taken our first bookings for the 2017 festive season. Exclusive events for corporates have already been confirmed at Tobacco Dock, London and EventCity, Manchester with provisional enquiries 50% higher year on year.

Following 2016's lively and successful conclusion, during which we saw almost 190,000 guests across our 22 locations, the team here at Best Parties Ever is again gearing up for this year's festive finales.

New themes, menus and venues are shortly to be announced on our newly devised website. The site not only has a fresh design but also provides users with exciting blog content including party tips, competitions, event announcements and much more.

Mandy Mallinson, who attended the Masquerade party in Manchester, said, “What a superb night our group had at EventCity. I had never attended a Best Parties Ever event before but I will be going every year from now on. I was in awe of the standard of entertainment, wonderful atmosphere high quality food and fun for all personalities”.

Our Managing Director, Tim Stevens, commented, “The team at Best Parties Ever should be congratulated on their latest Christmas party season which was bigger, bolder and better than ever. For us, Christmas is a year-round business and, with our first bookings for 2017 already contracted, we are eager to throw ourselves into the planning of the next instalment of party spectaculars and can't wait to share more with the UK’s party animals throughout the year”.