Our Favourite Events of 2012 (Part 1)

December 20, 2012


As we hurtle towards what may or may not turn out to be the end of the world but will almost certainly turn out to be the end of 2012 – it’s as good a time as any to look back on some of our favourite corporate events from the year and give ourselves one of those big slaps to the back that we feel like we’ve earned. We did it last year.

We’ve selected our Top 10 events from the last year, split them into two parts and displayed them in list form. The list starts now. Below.

 Morris Dancing and Body Painted Models at the Chop House

Spring may seem a long way away right now but just knowing that back in March we were welcoming in the season with Morris Dancers and flower themed body painted models makes it seem a little bit closer. This event at the Chop House was a brilliant celebration of British Springtime.

 The Next Big Thing Final at Confex 2012

We’re already in the initial stages of judging this year’s Next Big Thing so now’s a great time to look at some of the brilliant acts that last year’s Event Industry talent show turned up. The wonderful Iona Thomas came out top in a closely fought final at Excel London that had everything from ninjas to basketball spinning breakdancers.

 Dancers and Contortion at the London Transport Museum

There are some amazing pictures of our Strictly Come Dancing themed dance troupe as they perform at one of London’s most unique venues, London Transport Museum. Contortionist Sally also makes an appearance leading to all manner of transport based contortion/dancing puns.

 African Entertainment at Kensington Palace

This event at Kensington Palace celebrates African music in all its forms with African Jazz guitarist and harmonica player Muntu Valdo joined by vocalist Gena West at an event that took inspiration from the African heritage of a high profile banking client.

 Costumed Characters at Belgrave Square Gardens

A summer party in Belgrave Square Gardens gave us a chance to dress up some of our meet and greet actors as historical figures who liked in the area at some point or other. Mozart rubbed shoulders with Noel Coward and Sean Connery made ‘kissy faces’ at Vivien Leigh – take a look!

We’ll have more of our favourite events of the last year in Part 2 tomorrow. In the meantime, if you’re interested in booking any of the acts featured in today’s post – head over to our contact page and get in touch.