Summer Festival Party

We’re on the countdown until festival season. We always wish for sunny days, but honestly a festival isn’t really a festival without wellies and rain coats, now is it? Traditionally the likes of Glasto and Woodstock were filled with free spirits, a whole load of boho style, and a few thousand bongos. Now with Festival … Continued

Great Gatsby Party

7 amazing themed dinner party ideas for the spring season

Corporate dinner parties are a great way to bring team members, partners, and prospective clients together for a night of fun, food and opportunities for ice-breaking and deal making. As spring is on the horizon, plenty of firms are on the lookout for fresh, exciting and out-of-the-box dinner party themes with which to impress, and … Continued

Cooking class at The Grove

Seven Easy-to-Implement Corporate Team Building Ideas

In today’s working environment, building morale is key to a company’s success. A happy team is one which enjoys greater job satisfaction – and unique, effective corporate team building activities never fail to result in higher levels of efficiency, greater productivity, and better communication between team members.Thankfully, the days of patronising activities (think sack races … Continued

Why you need to book your summer party now

What could be more of a reason to book your summer party than this terrible weather? Let’s be honest, the snow is picturesque for all of five minutes, and then it becomes a grade A nuisance and we all mutter as another train is cancelled. It’s officially supposed to be spring, right? We’re not so … Continued

Cutting the red ribbon - product launch party

7 Launch Party Ideas for Your New Business

There’s no doubt about it: first impressions count for a lot in this world, and this is true in our personal lives as much as in the realm of business. Coming up with innovative, exciting and dynamic launch party ideas is arguably the very best way to make a lasting first impression on your target … Continued

Summer Party

Hot town, summer in the city! We wish. Seems a little far off right now, but we survived January so anything’s possible. Summer parties are a great way to celebrate, motivate and just to enjoy longer days, better weather and barbecues. Whatever your reasons, if you’re planning a summer party, don’t think that a lowly … Continued

19 Greek Street

In the midst of Soho sits a townhouse you’ve probably walked past a hundred times and never noticed. So what? Ok, you’ve probably been inside it more than you realise too. Now are you Interested?   19 Greek Street is an unassuming six-floored building, but it’s a firm favourite for pop ups – the multi-storey … Continued

Dior Couture:
Paris Fashion Week SS18

Paris Fashion Week kicked off last week with the men’s collection, but this week saw the haute couture range hit the catwalks and we were very impressed with the Dior Spring Summer Show by Maria Grazia Chiuri.   The venue, Musée Rodin was transformed into a surrealist monochrome dream, with a checker board floor, black … Continued

Es Devlin:
Stage Designer Extraordinaire

Just before Christmas, Es Devlin popped up on our radars again when she created the Singing Tree at the V&A. We’ve always been a fan of her kinetic stage designs and obviously we’re not the only ones.   Es Devlin first started out creating stage designs for small theatres above pubs across London in 1997, … Continued