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The Cuckoo Club: new sponsorship partner

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logoThe Jolabokaflod Book Campaign is proud and delighted to announce a new partnership with The Cuckoo Club to have the hip and glamorous London club and bar as an official sponsor.

The Cuckoo Club has organised a complimentary afterparty to follow the Jolabokaflod Gala Party, held at the Hotel Café Royal on 2 February 2017.

Situated in the Mayfair-Soho border, The Cuckoo Club is a chic destination with interiors that are contemporary and lush. Think ‘Slash meets Alice in Wonderland’: an interior of mirrors, rich mahogany and plush velvet with a hot-pink dance floor. This ostentatious rock-chic inspired venue is 5000 square foot of Member’s Club heaven.

Recently refurbished in collaboration with Seventies design and style icon, Barbara Hulanicki of BIBA fame, The Cuckoo Club is one of the hottest nightspots for the people who enjoy the high life. Coated in luxury, The Cuckoo Club is a playground of cool and quirky decor where you’ll find two floors of creative eccentricity and the chance to hang out with celebs relaxed on a classy night out. The venue fuses the barworlds of intimate clubbing and refined cocktail supping: it is a den for bespoke nightlife and stylish partying. Pink, burgundy and purple hues decorate the walls; The hazy colours spell out debauchery and decadence everywhere but that’s precisely what was intended!

Ground Floor is decorated in soft, light, gorgeous velvets and has a glamorous theatrical opulence to it. The Basement has recently been redecorated and is now a stunning Secret Garden, with the most exquisite decor and lighting, this refer is unlike any other in London.

The music is always varied just like the varied clientele that flock to its doors; by 11.00 pm the crowds are lining up. From Hip Hop to Trap; Dance to House; and RnB to Rock ‘n’ Roll, The Cuckoo Club has it all. Different nights and two dance floors means diverse music; there’s certainly room for choice.

neon-signThe Cuckoo Club has been the exclusive host for a range of renowned events; extravagant Halloween parties drawing in the likes of Lindsay Lohan to London Fashion Week nights where Kate Moss was spotted dancing away.

What’s more the 2016 NME Awards After Party was also hosted at The Cuckoo Club with an impressive number of artists attending including Kylie Minogue, Charli XCX, Katy B, Tallia Storm, Vicky McClure and many more. In fact singer and songwriter Charli XCX celebrated her team-up with fragrance brand Impulse exclusively at the club and more recently after parties for the West End revival of Dr Faustus, with Game of Thrones actor Kit Harrington (who plays Jon Snow in the series).

dj-set-2Voted the Best Boutique Club at The London Club and Bar Awards in 2009, The Cuckoo Club buzzes with a fashionable crowd, late night giggles, and a routine gathering of celebrities. Read this interview in Paper magazine (14 October 2013) for some background on winning this award: ‘Catching up with past nighttime awards winners: Cuckoo Club

The Cuckoo Club lends an atmosphere of glamour and class to any brand or company event hosted there. The venue can be hired to accommodate over 400 guests over both floors and is flexible enough to host a variety of small or large events. The venue is also an exclusive private members’ club where people are invited to join by directors, committee members or existing members.

party-1Frederick Szydlowski, Head of Marketing and Communications at The Cuckoo Club, says: ‘The Cuckoo Club is one of the few hotspots for successful young professionals to mingle on the dance floor in equal measures. We have a smart-casual dress code, so be sure to dress head-to-toe in suitable attire. Leave your sneakers for the gym and get ready for a lavish night.’

Christopher Norris, Founder and Curator at the Jolabokaflod Book Campaign says: ‘Jolabokaflod is thrilled to be partnering with The Cuckoo Club. The sumptuous afterparty at this prestigious, luxury venue will round off the Jolabokaflod Gala Party in style for guests who do not want the evening to end. The generosity of gift from The Cuckoo Club showcases how goods and services in-kind can integrate with crowdfunding projects like our Book Bulletin initiative with at CrowdPatch. We look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership with The Cuckoo Club at our Gala Party at Hotel Café Royal and with respect to future Jolabokaflod Book Campaign events.’

For more information about The Cuckoo Club, please visit their website. You want also ‘Like’ The Cuckoo Club on Facebook and follow them on TwitterInstagram, Pinterest and YouTube.

Author: Christopher Norris

Media, publishing and social entrepreneur

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