Corporate Events Organiser Releases Luxury Festive Packages In Bristol

Corporate events organisers Eventa, specialists in Christmas and summer events across the UK, have released a series of luxury Christmas party packages in the city of Bristol, set to take place throughout December this year.

The events A Fantasy Christmas, The Great Gatsby and A Hogwart's Christmas are aimed at large groups and companies in the region and are to include lavish theming, entertainment and haute cuisine. Head of corporate events Lara Behrens points to the city's rich cultural heritage as being a key factor in the success of events such as these.

"It's hard to imagine any other place, maybe apart from London, that would welcome stilted creatures, face painting and oxygen bars to a festive bash. We wanted to show the market that for the highest quality Christmas parties Bristol was hard to beat."

The Great Gatsby will serve as a reflection of the Roaring Twenties, a time when America's upper classes wined and dined in absolute luxury. Included on the menu is the 'Chicago Triple Chocolate Brownie' and alongside a luxury cocktail bar will be casino tables and a full program of themed entertainment. Guests are being encouraged to dress in their best in line with the fashion of the time.

"We are thinking tailored suits, cocktail dresses and smart hats," explains Behrens. "We want these events to be a statement to the events world that bigger is most certainly better!"

A Hogwarts Christmas includes elements such as characters from the Harry Potter books and films to meet and greet guests, an area dedicated to shoulder massages and a themed photo booth and is set to run on selected nights throughout December.

Eventa's full Christmas parties 2012 roster can be found on their website. The company operates in nearly 80 towns and cities across the UK and specialise in both shared and private functions.


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