Week in Pictures: Best Parties Ever, Carols in the Courtyard, Norwegian Embassy drinks

Industry events this week include a Victorian Fantasy Party at Tobacco Dock, Carols in the Courtyard with Triggerfish, and Drinks at the Norwegian Embassy with VisitNorway.

Victorian Fantasy party at Tobacco Dock
Victorian Fantasy party at Tobacco Dock
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On Tuesday (13 December), Best Parties Ever hosted one of its themed extravaganzas at Tobacco Dock. The Neo-Victorian fantasy-themed evening opened with a drinks reception, while performers played with fire. This was followed by a three course dinner during which a band played and acrobats performed. A DJ playing party favourites finished off the evening as guests danced off all the festive calories.

The same evening saw the annual christmas drinks hosted by the Norwegain Embassy and VisitNorway. Guests gathered at the Norwegian ambassador’s residence to catch up and be merry over drinks and canapes. 

Wednesday (14 November) saw Carols in the Courtyard take place at PR company Triggerfish's Pimlico office. Attendees were treated to a festive evening of drinks, canapés and Christmas cheer. Lanterns and a huge tree covered in decorations and lights adorned the courtyard as the carollers treated onlookers to festive classics in the courtyard.

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