• 4 reasons to party prohibition style this Christmas at BMA House

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    As summer draws to a close, we start to look towards that next big calendar event, the Christmas do. This year, party prohibition style at BMA House with their new Roaring 20s Christmas package. The central London venue tells us why the 20s is the perfect theme for your office Christmas party.

    Decadent decor

    The 20s was a thrilling time of hidden venues and speakeasy bars and whilst BMA House may not be London’s best kept secret, behind the grand Courtyard gates you will find the venue transformed. With a sparkling dance floor, grand chandelier, feather centre pieces and a glistening backdrop, our events team will help you create a party to rival one of Gatsby’s.

    Creative cocktails

    During prohibition, party seekers had to get creative with their drink choices meaning the 20s was the true era of the cocktail. At BMA House, as well as a range of non-alcoholic drinks, your guests can enjoy a delicious bubbly prosecco drink, quirky ‘Bees Knees’ gin cocktail, or our signature fizzy Elderflower drink, sure to keep the flappers and dappers moving.

    Marvellous music

    A magical time for music, the 20s and its iconic jazz sounds are the perfect soundtrack for your prohibition party. The authentic BMA House Jazz Trio will give your guests the chance to try their hand at the Charleston, and after dinner our DJ will play the latest top hits so you can dance the night away.

    Fabulous food

    Every detail of your party should reflect the opulence and indulgence of the 20s, right down to the menu. Our talented in-house caterers have created a marvellous menu full of Christmas favourites with a luxury twist. Choose from a range of tasty choices including butter poached turkey breast with chestnut and apricot stuffing or slow cooked blade of beef with ox cheek croquette.

    All that’s left is to dress to impress and enjoy your unforgettable evening!

    To find out more contact the events team now at events@bma.org.uk or call 020 7874 7020