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Oasis Events team up with Hype Agency to host spectacular corporate parties

PUBLISHED: 10:17 17 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:18 17 February 2016

Themed Corporate Party - Cheltenham

Themed Corporate Party - Cheltenham


Corporate businesses have become ever more demanding and are prepared to invest their company party or event to stand out.

Oasis Events has completed its marathon of events at the end of last year for private and corporate clients including a massive number of Christmas party nights which began back in November and culminated with a party for 400 in the Centaur room at Cheltenham Racecourse in the last week of January. For Oasis Events the Christmas period was a long 2 ½ months!

Requested party themes and styles ranged from the quintessential winter wonderland to a hot, colourful carnival in Bristol for a 5 week run up to Christmas. The Oasis contribution to these unique events is an eye for detail and creative touches, with particular focus on draping and fabrics.

Hype Agency, operating out of Bristol, engages Oasis to dress its show-stopper parties all over the South West

The Oasis team worked with Hype on many large events, in particular for Christmas at Bristol’s famous Passenger Shed, the old railway station designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Together, these Christmas party gurus specialise in large parties for up to 700 revellers a night with a seated dinner, entertainment and dancing on a grand scale.

Oasis contributes bespoke and creative innovation every year, developing an element that isn’t already “on the shelf” to suit the new project. Specialities have included bespoke fabric “wallpaper” complete with dado rail for a Victorian themed Christmas, a giant fabric circus tent, an icy Narnia with hundreds of metres of white drapes, giant 1920s motifs and Alice in Wonderland digitally printed fabric playing cards…and table centres for up to 70 tables: a battalion of nutcrackers, and a veritable aviary of ostrich feathers.

There’s always a high end and immaculately delivered theme, and food is supplied by their sister company Fosters Catering. Entertainment includes dodgems, aerialists, live bands and djs to feast the eyes and ears.

Three years ago the Christmas events started coming to Cheltenham Town Hall. So if you didn’t catch carnival 2015 in Bristol last year… put in your diary for Cheltenham 2016 today.

Turning ordinary places into extraordinary spaces. Inside. Outside. All year round.

To enquire about corporate and business events with a difference contact the Oasis team:

Tel: 01608 651100



We are delighted to be opening our warehouse again on the 11th March (for Industry Guests) and the 12th March (for Private Clients)

Meet the team and catch up on our latest looks and ideas…keep an eye on the website for more details.


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