Festive bash

Kay, Sarah; Behrens, Lara
September 2012
Event;Sep2012, p47
The article presents ideas from two events experts for a Christmas party appropriate for the venue, a historic Victorian mansion near Oxford, England. Sarah Kay, managing director at Mask Event Design & Production, recommends a party based on the Cluedo: Victorian Mystery Mansion board game. Eventa corporate events head Lara Behrens considers a twist to William Shakespeare's play "A Midsummer Night's Dream."


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