The iconic O2 was most definitely big enough. It was well-situated, and it offered us plenty of space to get creative. Working with “Building Six”, a club within the dome, as well as the undeveloped space next to it, we erected a large marquee. This marquee was big enough to be separated into sections for all 3,000 people; cloakrooms, kitchens, food service areas, multiple bars. You name it. We dressed the marquee with lighting, snowflakes, disco balls and immense flower arrangements on plinths. The venue looked absolutely stunning.
But that wasn’t all. On the other side of the marquee, we put together a full-sized classic fairground — complete with a Big Wheel, Waltzers and Bumper Cars. It was truly, truly amazing.
If you were looking to dance, you simply needed to turn to the three-storey club. Featuring live bands, DJs and a wide range of other stage and floor entertainment, blowing off steam at the end of the year was never so much fun.