18th Birthday Party Venues?

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Lissa
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Posted: Sunday the 27th May 2007 at 18:58


18th Birthday Party Venues?


Hi everyone,

A friend and I are in the midst of planning our 18th birthday party on Monday 2nd July.

However... we have a problem. We need a place that will let 5-10 people there be under 18 (including myself, since my actual birthday isn't until 3rd August).

We have looked at soooooo many places, but can't find one appropriate. We're looking for a nightclub ideally and had a perfect one called The Soho Lounge, but it has now unfortunately closed down due to "unforeseen circumstances". So now we are essentially up the creek without a paddle. Argh!

Our budget is £2000 (perhaps for a minimum spend behind the bar?) and we need a place that will let us bring our own snack food and there will be about 180-200 people...

Any ideas??

Thanks fellow Londoners





TheMog
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Posted: Tuesday the 29th May 2007 at 14:02


Hmmmm, that won't be easy, I think the age issue is going to mean it's pretty much impossible.


Lived in London since 2003, it's alright I suppose.

amelia104
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Posted: Monday the 20th December 2010 at 11:01


Hi, i would like to warm up this thread couse i have same problem as Lissa did.
I am going to have my 30 birthday party in january and am looking for a sophisticated place for my party, where i could invite 50-60ppl from work and of course my family.

I'd like the place to have the WOW factor.
I found online this http://www.squaremeal.co.uk/venues/uk/view/24180/Hendon_Hall_Hotel

I don't know how to make a url work, can anyone help me do that?Happy
Any of you have some experience with this place?
What do you with about it?
Tak care and have a great christmas!


hookzara
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Posted: Monday the 20th December 2010 at 11:55


Hi

Why don't you try some of the hotel venues which offer various halls for hire. On the other hand you can even try some livery halls listed on the website called The City Collection.


Sooz
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Posted: Monday the 20th December 2010 at 14:00


You may be better off hiring a hall/room rather than going for a bar/private room in a bar. This will mean the age won't be an issue and also keeps costs down. A place called the Amadeus Centre in Maida Vale is great - quite basic, but if you can get good lighting would be amazing. It's not too expensive to hire, and there's no corkage of any sort so would work out pretty good value overall. Obviously you'd have to sort out a DJ, but with your budget you could probably afford that..worth a shot?


amelia104
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Posted: Wednesday the 29th December 2010 at 09:39


Hi,
i've decided just to book a restaurant called Amuse Bouche in Soho.
Hendon is "quite" expensive. I can't afford to spend that much.
I hope it will be nice.









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