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The Masquerade Club Christmas Party in the West End

The Masquerade Club Christmas party, nestled in London’s lively West End, presents a Grade II listed venue sure to impress with its grand scale and setting. Engage in the mystique and glamour of a masquerade party, based in the iconic art-deco Freemasons’ Hall, right in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. This exceptional venue brings to life the decadence, drama, and delight of the Venetian carnival, further enhancing the magic of your sensational Christmas party.

Key Features

  • Location: Conveniently located in London’s West End, within close proximity to Covent Garden, Leicester Square, and Holborn.
  • Venue spaces: A grand, Grade II listed venue offering a large capacity for both seated and standing events.
  • Christmas party package: Offers a variety of inclusions and upgrade options to ensure a customised and memorable festive celebration.

Experience the Grandeur of the Masquerade Club

With a capacity for 220 seated or 400 for a reception, The Masquerade Club Christmas party offers an awe-inspiring setting for your Christmas celebration. Upon arrival, guests are treated to a sparkling drink, setting the tone for an enchanting evening ahead. The grand dining space, adorned with stunning Venetian theming, is where guests can indulge in a lavish three-course dinner or a selection from a delicious bowl food menu catered by the in-house caterer, Moving Venue.

As the evening unfolds, guests can dance the night away on the state-of-the-art dance floor, illuminated by an intelligent sound and lighting package. A professional DJ, and additional entertainment acts, available as upgrade options, ensure a festive atmosphere all through the evening.

Christmas Party Package Inclusions

The Masquerade Club Christmas party encompasses a range of inclusions tailored to enhance your festive celebration:

  • Exclusive venue hire from either 11:00-16:30 OR 18:30 – 01:00, with an option to extend until 2am.
  • Stunning Venetian theming throughout the venue.
  • Sparkling drinks reception on arrival.
  • Bowl food menu or three-course seated dinner by Moving Venue.
  • Unlimited house wine, house beer, and soft drinks all evening, or half a bottle of house wine and water per person.
  • Large specification of AV – including stage, dance floor, and intelligent sound and lighting package.
  • Exclusive pre-event menu tasting.
  • Professional DJ and state-of-the-art dance floor.
  • Event Security, Event First Aider, and Dedicated Event Manager.
  • Cloakroom facilities.

Feast on Sensational Cuisine by Moving Venue

At The Masquerade Club, your dining experience is in the capable hands of the in-house caterer, Moving Venue. Driven by a focus on provenance and freshness, they prioritise local suppliers, ensuring everything is freshly made on-site. The result is a sensational three-course dinner or a selection of scrumptious bowl food options guaranteed to impress your guests on the night of your event.

The Masquerade Club promises an unforgettable Christmas celebration filled with decadence, drama, and delight. From the lavish interiors to the high-quality catering, every aspect of the venue is designed to provide a remarkable festive experience. Celebrate Christmas in 2023 with an event that meets your expectations and far surpasses them at The Masquerade Club.




Google Reviews

1,644 reviews
  • Angélica Laussín

    Simply magnificent! Whether you are initiated or not, this museum is worth visiting. A life is not enough to understand each symbolism and enjoy so much information, except for a few hours that one would like to never end, but it is nice to have the opportunity to live this unique and incomparable experience. The paintings have the Mona Lisa technique, it is very interesting and fun at the same time. I loved the aprons section, it really fascinated me, seeing each apron from different nations and the symbols, the history and the teaching and learning that they are impregnated with, it is amazing to be able to stand in front of them and imagine everything that those aprons represent and they have listened. They're silent witnesses, imbued with invaluable knowledge I wish they could add something from the American continent, such as Mexico and Benito Juárez, he became the last among the Brothers. Only as a reference and general culture that in America, specifically Mexico, where we also do good and honor the Masonic Order. If you don't mind, I hope I'm not offending you with my suggestion. I was very happy to have been able to be there and have access to so much old and valuable information. England has a lot of teaching if you know how to look carefully and humbly. Thank you. ' .

  • Rob
    3 months ago

    Freemasons Hall in London is a captivating destination that seamlessly blends history, culture, and architectural grandeur. This iconic building houses a fascinating museum, a charming café, and boasts a rich heritage that will leave you in awe. Step inside the museum, and you'll find yourself immersed in the captivating world of Freemasonry. From ancient artifacts to intriguing displays, the museum offers a glimpse into the rituals, symbols, and traditions of this enigmatic fraternity. It's a truly enriching experience that unveils the secrets of Freemasonry's past... recommended.

  • Becky T
    Becky T
    4 months ago

    We came for the free museum, and found it to cover a lot of facets of the Freemasons history, rituals, and beliefs without being too overtly propagandizing (which is what I had thought it might do). We spent about an hour - 30-35 minutes in the museum then another 25-30 in the library and south gallery. There is a lot of information information about the rituals, objects, how quickly it expanded worldwide, key figures and members, etc. Signage is quite clear, and you can either take a quick look at the big signs, or learn a little more in-depth details by reading about the specific objects (as those commonly contained interesting factoids vs. just saying what the object was). It did occasionally feel like name dropping - Ben Franklin, Voltaire, royalty, etc. - and when heading to the second library/south gallery side it mentioned people that dissented but then didn’t really elaborate, which was a little disappointing. It is free to enter, though there is an audio guide available for £5. They also have a gift shop, and clean toilets.

  • B J Goldzinski
    B J Goldzinski
    4 months ago

    A beautiful place of incredible design. The architecture and work put in it are simply incredible. I don't think anyone will build a place like this again. It is worth seeing and I would recommend it as a tourist attraction as this place is one of a kind in a league of its own. Simply breathtaking.

  • Thomas Larsen
    Thomas Larsen
    a month ago

    I've been a Freemason for over 10yrs and have seen nothing like this. Makes you feel small, yet inspired to be the best you, that you can be. If that was the point well done Brothers!!