EVENT TONIGHT: Westminster black-tie boat party


EVENT TONIGHT: Westminster black-tie boat party

Leading Westminster think-tank, Parliament Street, invites you to join them this evening for a ‘night on the Thames’ as they celebrate their fifth anniversary. 

What: Parliament Street’s 5th Anniversary Boat Party: ‘A Night on the Thames’

Where: Tower Millennium Pier, Lower Thames Street, London, EC3N 4DT

When: Thursday, July 13, 2017 | 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM BST

Click here to get your ticket.

Founded by a group of young up and coming political activists in 2012, the organisation has subsequently grown to be one of Westminster’s most prominent think-tanks. Its pioneering policy research has received coverage in almost every national newspaper, as well as on TV and radio. The think-tanks regular series of events frequently see contributions and speeches from a host of high profile speakers from every major political party.

Parliament Street would now like to invite you to celebrate its success over the past five years as it looks ahead to the future. The organisation has hired the Dutch Master, one of London’s most famous party boats, for an exclusive black-tie ball on the river Thames.

Joining them on the boat will be a host of high-profile guests from the world’s of politics, business and the media, as well as a string of A-List speakers. The event presents itself as an excellent opportunity to network with fellow guests and speakers.

In addition, there will be a DJ, music, and the promise of all night dancing. Tickets are available for purchase now, and discounts are available for couples and groups.

Don’t miss this exclusive event, which promises to be a night to remember.

Tickets are available via Eventbrite (click here).

For further questions, please contact Patrick Sullivan, CEO of Parliament Street at: Patrick.sullivan@parliamentstreet.org

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