The date was Thursday 27th of September, the time was 1700 hours, the mood was set and the lights were low.
Yes, I'm talking about the setting of our End Of Summer Party 2012. putitout entertained our finest friends and clients from the digital world. Needless to say, it was a right hoot.
We kicked off on our infamous roof terrace, where all good things begin. Charlie had rustled up a lovingly warm, homemade, batch of mulled wine, (tweet for recipe) which given the somewhat polar conditions, really settled the party in and made haste of the naysayers.
With it being good ol' Blighty and all, the heavens opened, and yes, the rain did fall, and then it fell some more, and then some more, and perhaps a little more after that. However, in true putitout fashion we were not to have our parade 'rained on' (get it?!) [Apologies, Ed] we thatched a plan ([Again, sorry about this, Ed]. A cunning plan that principally consisted of approximately 30 brollies, gritty determination and the addition of brandy to the mulled wine.
The migration began from our Wardour Mews rooftop abode and onto 'The Player' (http://www.thplyr.com/) just down the road, a few Margaritas later and we we're representing, representing hard.
Most would have ended the night there and then, and arguably rightly so…
For the harder worn, the party found itself at Number 1 Mayfair, at the Tribal Fusion party (http://www.tribalfusionevents.co.uk/what.html) where it was agreed not disclose any further information… For those who didn't make it to our final hurdle, there is always next time.
Our next event will be our annual Client Christmas party, an event that grows year on year but is restricted to fee paying clients. You want in? You know what to do.