Christmas parties Liverpool 2011

We Wish You A Mersey Christmas

Liverpool wasn’t crowned the European Capital of Culture for nothing. It is a rich tapestry of the arts inspired in everything it does by an iconic musical legacy kick-started by The Beatles, Gerry & The Pacemakers and The Remo Four. A packed and impressively varied Christmas party programme will be calling on Merseyside across the course of the festive season in 2011 and Eventa are encouraged to be promoting plenty of ‘out-of-the-ordinary’ Christmas party packages. Type Christmas parties Liverpool 2011 into any search engine and upon coming through to our page you’ll find such delights as Christmas parties being held at Knowsley Safari Park, Aintree Racecourse and a hotel fashioned in the shape of a giant ship amongst other wonderfully unique Christmas party locations.

One of our personal favourites when it comes to Christmas nights out in Liverpool this year has to be the event entitled ‘Bonsoir Paris’. As you’d expect, the venue will be gorgeously decorated in the style of 19th Century Paris, with opulent features such as Champagne and Cocktail bars and of course seductive dance performances from West End performers. Dinner time too comes with its own surprises, as guests are encouraged to take part in balloon modelling and a dance competition. Held on the fringes of the famous Knowsley Safari Park, this is one Liverpool Christmas party that could get a little wild!

Elsewhere across Merseyside we are pleased to see a huge range of interestingly-themed yet well-priced Christmas parties, including the popular Midnight In Monte Carlo (think casinos, jazz quartets, dodgems and discos) and increasingly sought-after Christmas party lunch option. When you think about it, it can be rather difficult getting lots of people to agree on an evening when they are free, so what better time to hold a Christmas party than when everyone is together at work, during the day? You’ll get an afternoon out of the office and have the evening free to spend with loved ones as well. A very Mersey Christmas to you indeed!

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