The company will be transforming the former press room into a winter wonderland pop-up. It comes months after Seventa created a pop-up restaurant on the sands of Bournemouth Beach, called On The Beach, which ran throughout August and welcomed cider brand Rekorderlig as part of the experience.
The Christmas Playground space will be decorated throughout with a traditional Christmas theme. From Wednesday to Friday, The Print Room will be available during the day and evenings for shared Christmas Parties, catered specifically for smaller groups to enjoy a large-scale party including three-course meals, Christmas drinks and live entertainment.
On the weekends, Seventa will be transforming the space into a Christmas food market and bar. On Saturday evenings there will be live bands and entertainment, and Sundays will include festive film screenings.
The company will also be converting the Ink Bar Bournemouth into a winter wonderland-themed bar, serving a range of specialist cocktails, Christmas drinks, festive-themed tapas dishes, platters and hot sandwiches.
Simon Brooks, managing director of Seventa, said: "Following the success of our summer pop-up restaurant, we were keen to produce another, even more spectacular pop-up event - and of course, it doesn't get any more spectacular than at Christmas time.
"As such, we've taken the opportunity to take over The Print Room and Ink Bar and will be spreading Christmas magic across Bournemouth this December."Comment below to let us know what you think.
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