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Save the date for our ‘Indian Summer Party’ next week (20th Sept) and remember Thursday is the new Friday, so go hard or go home!
It’s almost time! It’s almost time! Summer has been so unkind to us and seems to only just now be making an appearance (better late than never!). What better way to celebrate the final days of the season than to celebrate in true ClickTonight style. Our Indian Summer party is just around the corner and we want to see all of you out to party with us at our favourite venue, Funky Buddha.
Gorgeous female & male members, the ClickTonight Team and our infamous party entertainment will ensure this is one Click Party you won’t want to miss. Loved by the London party scene, Funky Buddha in Mayfair is a celebrity hotspot that has successfully hosted our past parties and it never fails to impress. Elegant, stylish and always impressive, it’s the perfect venue in which to wave bye bye to Summer and throw two fingers up to the cold Winter months ahead.
Want to check out who’s going to the event beforehand? Now you can browse the profiles from our guest list and chat to them before the event. Connect with someone online, get to know them and then meet them at the party.
Our team & the staff at the Funky Buddha will be on hand to look after your every need and table service and bookings are available. Email us at email@example.com to secure guestlist. Tickets are £15 and selling fast so don’t miss out on the party of the season. Never been to a ClickTonight party and don’t know what to expect? Take a look at the video below. Need we say more?!
See you there!
The ClickTonight Team
The other night we hosted our infamous F**k Valentine’s Just Party event at London’s Kanaloa club, at the heart of the city. A change of venue from our usual stomping ground, Kanaloa was a welcome tropical escape from the cold snap. In our heathen homage to St Valentine we drank oversized cocktails and toasted to the unfortunates who had spent the day scrambling for the last bouquet of red roses and were now crammed into busy restaurants with set menus nobody wants to eat. Cheers to V Day!
Tiki torches, lei flower garlands and grass-skirt hula girls made our luau oahu party complete. We kicked things off nice and early by wasting no time after work and heading straight over to Kanaloa, voted the best global tiki bar. Complimentary cocktails meant our party goers were well into the swing of things by 9 p.m.
We were so impressed by your dancing skills last night fellow revellers as you stormed the dancefloor in our best dance off to date! Don’t worry we captured it all on camera. Take a look at last night’s album and you might even see yourself making shapes! If you weren’t with us last night, see what you missed out on. Until next time!
1. It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day at ClickTonight without a party to celebrate the death of Cupid. If the idea of heart-shaped balloons, violins and set menus for two is your idea of hell, come join us as we say F**k Valentines’, let’s party! We’ll be hosting at a brand new venue in the heart of the city and tickets are selling fast so make sure you book asap! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for guestlist and table reservations.
ClickTonight F**k Valentines Party, Kanaloa, EC4, 6.30 pm till late.
2. Romantic option: London Eye
A lovely option for a Valentines’ Date though it might seem quite contrived, the set up at the London Eye is quite impressive. Expect champagne, parmesan hearts and chocolate covered strawberries. Canapes, champagne and a breathtaking view of London at night will score highly on the romance factor.
London Eye, tickets available through website.
3. Semi-romantic option: The Pleasure Garden Ball
Go with a date or take a group of friends to this traditional English pastime hosted by the Museum of London. This experience promises something truly different with lots of dancing, drinking and Georgian nostalgia. Risque poetry, 18th century bands. A trip back in time anyone?
The Pleasure Garden Ball, The Museum of London, 6.45 pm – 9.45 pm, tickets available through website.
4. Uber-romantic option: A Night With The Stars
Remember that episode of Friends from ages ago when Ross famously seduced Rachel at the Planetarium? How romantic and amazing was that?! The Royal Observatory presents A Night With The Stars where you can spend the evening star-gazing and knocking back champagne. Look through the telescope and show off your (newly learned) knowledge of the constellations.
Royal Museums Greenwich, Romney Rd, SE10 9NF, Shows at 5.25pm, 5.30pm, 6.45pm, 6.50pm.
5. Hot date option: Zuma
Love Japanese food? Zuma in Knightsbridge will not disappoint. A seriously sexy restaurant with a stellar menu that includes top dishes like the crispy fried squid with green chilli and salt, you can’t go wrong with this as a hot date option for this Valentine’s Day. With a huge list of celebrity frequenters, you will need to book in advance.
Zuma, 5 Raphael Street SW7 1D.
6. Lonesome option: Valentine’s What?!
Not feeling the love this year but still want a good evening out and some delicious food? A jazzed up take on the classic Spanish tapas bar, Barrafina has a no reservations policy and you won’t be left sitting alone as you are seated alongside your fellow diners. Chefs are chatty and guide you through their best dishes and then you get to watch them work their magic.
Barrafina, 54 Frith Street W1D 4SL.
7. Cosy option: Cuddle Me By The Fire
Spend the evening cosying up with your date in a traditional English pub with a good bottle of red wine. The Spaniard’s Inn on Hampstead Heath is a pub famed for its history with the illustrious Dick Turpin and Charles Dickens. “A country pub in the city”, it has a huge beer garden, great food and was listed by the Telegraph in the Top 100 pubs in the UK.
The Spaniard’s Inn, Spaniards Road, Hampstead, NW3 7JJ.
8. The Spoil Me option: Valentine’s Day Pamper
Score highly on Valentine’s Day points by booking you and your date in for a couples’ massage at a luxury spa in Notting Hill. Get massaged at the same time by two experienced therapists. 55 minutes of bliss at the Savana Urban Spa will be the perfect start to your evening.
Savana Urban Spa, 45 Hereford Road, Notting Hill, W2 5AH.
9. For the lovers option: A View From A Bridge
Whenever we ask what have been your most memorable dates, the same answers keep coming back. That magical evening spent walking around the sights of London and taking in the views etc. etc. On Valentine’s Day, Tower Bridge will be sparkle with lights and be adorned with flowers as you stroll hand in hand through the famous walkways. Last year’s event was successful with a record 15 marriage proposals taking place on that night!
Tower Bridge, London, tickets available through website
10. The let’s get drunk and forget about the whole thing option:
If you’re not coming to our F**k Valentine’s Party (shame on you!), get a few friends together and hit one of London’s trendiest cocktail bars. Callooh Callay is a Narnia-esque bar where you can disappear for a few hours. A quirky and curious playground for the Shoreditch drinking ground, lose yourself this Valentine’s Day.
Callooh Callay, 65 Rivington Street, EC2
The much anticipated party season kicks off at different points for everyone. Maybe it’s the birthday party that’s just close enough to Christmas when everyone wants to get together and blow off steam. It could be the moment the Christmas lights are switched on (earlier and earlier every year!) or even when the Coca Cola advert is first witnessed. For me, it’s the Cocktails & Mistletoe Click Tonight party.
Perfectly timed with the dark evenings, the end of November is the point at which I’m ready for a party. I’ve been mourning Summer since September buried it, now I’m ready to embrace Winter with a sequin dress and armed with a cocktail (complimentary as usual!). I’ve rounded up the girls and I’m hoping to meet a nice boy (or two) to take me out and keep me warm during the cold months!
Doors are opening at 9p.m and I’m joining the other Click Tonight members at our favourite spot, Funky Buddha in Mayfair. Tickets are £15 and there’s still some tables left if you want the true VIP service (book quickly as apparently they are selling quickly). Special entertainment that you’ll love as well as friendly hosts and a great crowd. If it’s anything like the last party, I’ll still be nursing a bad head (full of great memories!) well into the weekend. Enjoy and look out for the mistletoe!
Want to see who’s going? Check out the crowd before you go with our online guestlist. If you want to see last year’s antics, cast your eyes on this…
Is romance overrated? Not if it’s packaged in the right way I think. Sometimes we are so conscious that our efforts may come across contrived or worse, cringeworthy, we shy away from romantic gestures. Tending to openly berate them (flowers delivered to my work, have you lost your mind?!), it so happened that I stopped receiving them and found myself wanting…In the spirit of all things romantic, today we look at the most romantic gestures. EVER.
The Taj Mahal
Once famously declared by the poet Sir Edwin Arnold as “the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones”, the Taj Mahal was built in honour of Shah Jahan’s wife who had passed away whilst giving birth to their 14th child. Devastated by the loss of his beloved, he had over 20,000 workers to complete one of the world’s most famous architectural beauties and it took 22 years to complete.
The British Throne
”I have found it impossible to carry the heavy burden of responsibility, and to discharge my duties as King as I would wish to do, without the help and support of the woman I love.” Edward VIII famously gave up the British throne for the love of his life, American divorcee Wallis Simpson. At breaking point when Simpson was about to leave the future king, he signed the Instrument of Abdication and leaving his kingly duties for his younger brother to take up. (Everyone saw The King’s Speech, right?)
Joe DiMaggio famously sent half a dozen red roses three times a week for 20 years to Marilyn Monroe’s grave. He never talked about her publicly and endeavoured to protect her well being in the final years of her life.
Best Friend’s Girl
Once upon a time when Eric Clapton and famous Beatles’ star George Harrison were best friends, Clapton fell in love with Harrison’s beautiful model wife, Pattie Boyd. He secretly begged Boyd to leave his best friend but she stayed true to her husband. Inspired by the Persian love poem, The Story of Layla and Majnun, Clapton wrote the song “Layla” for her. “Please don’t say, we’ll never find a way, and tell me all my love’s in vain” – it certainly worked and she left Harrison shortly after and married Clapton. If music be the food of love…
Inspired by the most famous of romantic gestures? Me too. Let’s go on a date this week!
So last Thursday we partied like it was 1999, only it was 2011 and Prince wasn’t there. I think he would have liked to have been though. We celebrated our 4th birthday with our beloved members and toasted to another great year of People, Parties and Places.
Throwing parties, soirees and bashes over the years has been extremely fun work indeed but we can safely say that this was one party we won’t be forgetting in a hurry. It was truly stand-out. In fact, this blog is only being written now as it’s taken a weekend of rest and a few Bloody Mary’s just to get me through the aftermath.
It all began with cocktails…then we had shots at the bar. Then the Belvedere. Next came the dancing and there was lot’s of it. We even threw in a few comedy moves for good measure. The entertainment was great as always. I adored the body-painted beauties who were taking Polaroid snaps of us and guests (I have three of them on my mirror) and the music was a great mix of classic floor-fillers and new favourites.
Cinderellas stayed at home as midnight passed us by and we were still going into the small hours. A limbo pole made a debut Click Party appearance. But why am I telling you when I can show you?? Have a look at our video slideshow and see for yourself! Thanks to all who came and for those who missed out (and you really did), make sure you come along next time.
You might not know the answer yet, but we do. We think you should be coming to celebrate our birthday with us as that’s where we’ll be. Champagne, cocktails, gorgeous Click members – some new faces and some familiar – what more could you want from a Thursday night in Mayfair? A date with Pippa Middleton or Prince Harry at Boujis?? Well that’s unlikely so get yourselves down to Funky Buddha next week.
We promise to entertain you into the silly hours of Friday morning and welcome in the weekend in true ClickTonight style. Entertainment on hand and our resident DJ will keep you dancing with the best dancefloor fillers. Make sure you bring those moves like Jagger and we’ll party like it’s 1999. Only a bit cooler.
Tickets are flying so don’t miss out and make sure you book asap! Big spenders and VIPs, those tables are waiting for you (email@example.com). Our guestlist is now live so you can check out who’s going. Ladies if you need a wingwoman, we’ve got you covered. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll hook you up with a party partner. And for those of you who are newbies, have a look at the photos below of our last party. It was awesome and this one will be bigger and better. Happy Birthday to us!
And we’re gonna party like it’s our birthday! Well we deserve it and so do you. We are four years young and after another year of parties, places and not forgetting the lovely people, our members. It has come and gone so quickly and it’s been an absolute scream every step of the way.
There’s only one way to properly celebrate 4 years of existence. We are throwing the bash of the year and it promises to be bigger and better than last year’s revels. You are cordially invited thank you very much.
Funky Buddha will throw open it’s doors to us once again on Thursday 28th July and we will be setting up camp from 9 p.m. Everyone will be there and the guestlist promises to be one of our biggest yet so don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet members.
Complimentary cocktails will be available early doors and expect plenty of tricks and entertainment throughout the night whilst the Click team are there to make sure we all have a great time. Come blow out the candles with us, drink lot’s of champagne and toast to another year of ClickTonight.
Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment (and we will be upset if you can’t make it!). For guestlist and tables email email@example.com.