Nutcracker Ballet @ Royal Lancaster London Hotel

December 20, 2018

With many events that we do, we don't get any photos and every so often we only get a couple. Alas, this isn't really enough to use in a blog post but we often put them up on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for people to enjoy. Sometimes though, we make an exception to that rule when the photos are as lovely and unique as this.

Last week we had a festive booking that was a little different to most Christmas events. Many like to theme their annual Christmas party and they do so by going for some classic Christmas entertainment including Father Christmas, some festive stilt walkers and perhaps even Bjorn the Polar Bear.

 Very few though go down another traditional route - The Nutcracker. The famous ballet, which is performed each and every year by the two most famous ballet companies in London, is a story ripe for Christmas parties and events and we were only too happy to assist by booking a ballerinas and costumes to create a wonderfully festive piece of entertainment at the Royal Lancaster London.

The photos do most of the talking and although there's no video, we think you can get an idea of this lovely event from what we can see here. If you have already had your Christmas party this year, why not consider The Nutcracker for next year? 



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By Henry Fosdike