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'Disco Through the Decades' Christmas Parties at Church House

Published: 24 Jul 2022

Church House Westminster has unveiled its Christmas party theme for 2022. This year the Westminster venue predicts Disco Fever as it hosts an unforgettable party season that celebrates ‘Disco Through the Decades’.


Dance the night away at the stunning Church House, Westminster, ideally situated in Central London. Enjoy a sparkling reception in the Hoare Memorial Hall or the Bishop Partridge Hall, before making your way to the Assembly Hall for a festive three-course seated meal, or choose a roving bowl food reception. Soon it will be time for the lights to go down and the volume to go up as you head to the dance floor to boogie to the greatest hits of all time from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and noughties.

Christmas party package:

What is included?

Room hire of Assembly Hall and Hoare Memorial Hall from 19.30 to midnight
Complimentary cloakroom
Starcloth stage backdrop
Atmospheric lighting
Dedicated Event Manager
Sparkling wine reception
Three-course seated dinner OR Circulating food options
Four-hour unlimited house wine, bottled beer & soft drinks
Still and sparkling water
Theming and centre pieces
Entertainment performance from a four-piece band (2 x 60 minutes) (and or DJ)
DJ and disco
£135 per person exclusive of VAT (minimum 250 guests)

Optional entertainment ideas:

Enhance your Christmas party experience with these options.

Magician from £700
Caricaturist from £700
Theme dancers from £250 each
Floor-based hoop from £900
LED hula hoop act from £850
Glitter from £650
Stilt walkers from £550
Photobooth from £650
360 camera from £750
Pick’n’mix sweet cart from £450
Popcorn from £350
Candyfloss from £350
Chocolate Fountain from £650
Vodka luge from £650
Snow globe from £750
Retro Arcade games from £650
Rodeo reindeer from £750
Logo pop maker from £2,000
Alcoholic orbs from £2,000
Terms and Conditions

Minimum 250 guests. Dates are subject to availability.



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