Press Release: April 13, 2010
A shared Christmas party involves an evening of festivities, including a meal and entertainment, in a venue that houses various unconnected groups of people, usually small to medium-sized companies.
The concept allows groups to celebrate their Christmas party in style rather than having to make do with a half-hearted bash on a low budget, while able to mingle with some strangers, which for anyone that works in a small office is a considerable blessing!
Eventa, who organise Christmas parties for companies, groups and friends throughout the United Kingdom, have already been taking bookings for 2010 shared Christmas parties as offices move quickly to get the best Christmas party venues and the most desirable dates.
Rob Hill, owner of Eventa, said: The idea of shared Christmas parties does not take much selling to our clients. They offer the prospect of a memorable evening at a cost that is affordable as the price is calculated per person, regardless of the number of people booking.
We also offer themed shared Christmas parties, ranging from an exotic Safari Night to an evening of Michael Jacksons, so there really is something for everyone, especially those seeking a break from the overly-used template of parties at this time of the year.
Statistics from 2009 show that Christmas parties in Bristol and Glasgow were the most popular and it is possible that the most sought after events will sell out before we even reach the summer this year.