For London offices, it can be hard to think of a truly original Christmas party idea; most end up hiring out the same bar they go to every year. If you’re looking for something that will wow your team, provide great memories, and make your company the envy of all your competitors, then look no further.
The Apostles of Anonymity are coming to The Brewery this Christmas and will be transforming our historic venue into a highly luxurious and mysterious setting. The Apostles congregate every year and invite guests to eat, drink and be merry. There’s just one catch –masks must be worn to conceal one’s identity.
If you’re unfamiliar with the idea of masquerade balls, the Apostles describe its events as a gathering to celebrate decadence and indulgence whilst maintaining complete anonymity. However, guests shouldn’t expect just your average masquerade ball; each gathering is themed, with previous events including the Fairytale of New York, Electric Flamingo and Dream Circus.
Rest assured that the look and feel of the room will be decadent to the core. Plush red velvet draping, magnificent chandeliers, and candle-lit tables will all create an atmosphere that’s both relaxing and exciting in equal measure.
Then there are the masks. Why should you and your guests wear them? Well, because everyone will be – right down to the staff and event managers. Masks can vary in style, but anonymity and idiosyncrasy in the Apostle House is greatly encouraged.
This event will give your office party a smart, ‘black-tie’ feel. On top of this, though, is the way it encourages your team to interact – the anonymity of guests ensures that mingling and socialising are the order of the night.
Drinks will be flowing – there will be a cocktail reception and entertainers upon arrival, and when you book an Apostles of Anonymity night at The Brewery you’ll be provided with 5.5 hours of unlimited house wine, beer and soft drinks (canapés and unlimited spirits can be added). Guests will also be given a delicious three-course meal from our award-winning chefs with coffee and petit fours, and entertainment will be provided in the form of a live band and after-dinner DJ.
If you’re interested in booking an Apostles of Anonymity night at The Brewery for your work team, you’re invited to attend our annual tasting event, where you can try the menu, taste the wine and see more images of the potential table layouts.
Hiring our breathtaking rooms costs from just £100 +VAT per guest. So what are you waiting for? For an unusual Christmas party in London this year, join the secret society of the Apostles of Anonymity and give your team a night to remember.