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Roaring Twenties: How did the 1920s roar?

The Roaring Twenties is a term you hear a lot. For anybody planning an event such as a wedding, corporate event or any sort of party, the Roaring Twenties at the very least pops up on the ‘Possible Themes’ list. The term conjures up images of glitz, glamour – even decadence. But what exactly was […]

Jazz Legends of the 1920s

For many people, the defining era of jazz has to be the 1920s. We often hear the decade described as ‘the roaring twenties’ and it certainly did roar with incredible talent. Some of the most gifted jazz musicians that have ever walked the Earth rose to prominence during this golden era. The term ‘legend’ is […]

Great Gatsby – your brand in the Roaring Twenties

Great Gatsby themed events to promote your brand! Good afternoon Dames and Gents, and welcome to the 1920s New York of the Great Gatsby; where the broads are dancing the Charleston, the gents are sipping whisky out of a teacup and the band is churning out some of the best jazz ever recorded. When we’ve […]

Great Gatsby – plan the perfect 1920s themed party

Great Gatsby is, in our opinion, the very best theme for a 1920s party. The classic novel turned film epitomises everything that made the Roaring Twenties the best decade to be alive. Having performed at our fair share of Gatsby shindigs, we’ve picked up a few top tips on how to make the event the […]

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