Propyard are hosting a special Romeo and Juliet Christmas partyPosted on: 25 Nov 2022
Looking for a special way for you and your friends to celebrate the Christmas period? Well, Propyard may well have the perfect event for you.
Propyard’s ‘Romeo + Juliet: a Christmas party extravaganza’ will take place on Friday 16 December.
Inspired by the extravagance of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, the cultural hub will be transformed into the grand House of Capulet for an evening of delicious food, themed décor, and plenty of dancing.
Tickets are categorised under 4-person and 6-person tables, buy yours here.
Baz Luhrmann’s film version of William Shakespeare’s classic play became an instant classic on its release in 1996 with its distinctive and dazzling artistic style sending cultural shockwaves around the world.
Now, it’s Bristol’s turn to immerse themselves in the world of star-crossed lovers and hot-headed friends with Propyard’s Romeo + Juliet Christmas party. Attendees will be able to banquet at the Montague residence before partying the night away at the House of Capulet.
Propyard will feature full themed décor and a dressed stage for the DJ and dance-crew performers, fish tank photo opportunities, sumptuous sofas for relaxing, a great selection of drinks and even the Da Vinci’s Last Supper Exhibition as an optional extra.
The House of Montague menu includes Cicchetti (Italian tapas) followed by a feasting bar with a whole range of options available before Dolce with soft serve tiramisu ice cream and poached fruits with spiced syrup on offer.
The champagne reception and bar opening is at 6 PM and the feast bar runs from 7 PM until 9 PM. This will be followed by DJs at the House of Capulet Ball from 8 PM and live performances from 10 PM before carriages at midnight.
4 person tables are priced at £247.80 (£59 per person) and 6-person tables at £371.70 (£59 per person), with each ticket including welcome drinks, Cicchetti, a feast bar, a dessert bar and a night of music and dance. Tickets can be purchased here.
To find out more about what’s coming up at Propyard, head to the venue website.
Stan is a born and bred Bristolian, recently graduated from studying English Literature in Sheffield. His passions are music and literature and spends the majority of his time in venues all over the city immersing himself in Bristol’s alternative music scene. A lifelong Bristol City fan, Stan’s Saturday’s are spent watching his team both home and away.