Leave your preconceptions at the door, because we’re doing Christmas parties differently this year. Say goodbye to cheesy tradition and hello to handcrafted cocktails, mouth-watering food and more festive magic than the Jingle Bell Rock on repeat. Newcastle Under Lyme, you’re in for one hell of a treat.
There’s nothing better than a good festive knees up, but we all know that party planning is not for the fainthearted. Between sending out invites and managing the guest list, organising a Christmas party in Newcastle Under Lyme can be a stressful experience. This year, you don’t need to worry because our team of Santa’s little helpers are here to take everything off your hands.
For 2016, we’re revving up Christmas parties in Newcastle Under Lyme and you’re going to want to be there. Whether your celebration is big or small, you’re on the naughty or nice list this year, we handle everything from start to finish. You’ll even have time for a festive cocktail or three.
Our venue is given a magical makeover with plenty of glitzy decor, a cheeky bit of mistletoe and a lineup of classic festive tunes that’ll have you smiling all night long. Combined with our choice of three indulgent food packages – moreish nibbles, a sumptuous buffet and three course meal with all the trimmings – Revolution is the place to be this holiday season.
We’re booking up fast though, so reserve your Christmas party in Newcastle Under Lyme today. Just fill out our form or give us a call and we’ll take it from there.
“We hired the whole venue for our company’s Christmas awards ceremony. The team were professional throughout, making sure the evening ran smoothly and that every detail was thought of.”
“For any company, organising the Christmas party can be a nightmare but the Revolution team took care of everything from the initial phone call to making sure we all got home at the end of the night.”
“Champagne reception, canapes and amazing Christmas cocktails, Revolution really got us in the festive spirit. We had our own private party in an area all to ourselves. It almost felt like New Year’s Eve!”