Best Parties Ever announces new Birmingham Venue

Best Parties Ever, part of the Eventist Group, has announced that it will be taking its large themed Christmas extravaganzas to Birmingham as it adds warehouse venue, CRANE, to its books.

Responding to demand from customers in the Birmingham region, Best Parties Ever will open its 23rd venue in the UK’s second city on 30 November 2017.

Offering shared and exclusive packages, the company’s first round of Birmingham events will take place this December and will take on the theme ‘Roaring Twenties’. The offering has already grown in popularity, with four nights having already sold out.

CRANE, curated by The Rainbow Venues, boasts a 3,500-person capacity warehouse space, and has raw industrial aesthetics and features a working crane. The multi-purpose venue also has a 700 capacity terrace overlooking the canal.

As the UK’s largest provider of Christmas parties, Best Parties Ever already runs month-long festivities in 22 other regions including London, Manchester, Kent, Leeds and Reading, with themes ranging from Winter Secret Garden to Dream Circus.

Tim Stevens, managing director of Eventist Group, stated: “The Best Parties Ever team is incredibly excited to be opening its first Birmingham venue and we have already sold out four nights, as well as a lot more interest from locals Having had a successful Christmas season last year, with a grand total of 237 parties, we cannot wait to expand our offering even more”.

Amber Smart, head of events at CRANE, said: “This Christmas is going to be a lot of fun at CRANE now that we’ve booked Best Parties Ever and their Twenties themed festivities. As a new venue, Christmas is a key time to show off our new ample space we have to offer. We are looking forward to working with Best Parties Ever and creating some great experiences.”

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Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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