You officially end Summer early. You’ll find any excuse to usher Summer on and have Winter take its place. As soon as the weather takes a turn for the worst you’re elated, “Oh what’s that? Rain?! May as well start planning Christmas then eh guys?!” No Susan, it’s the 1st of June…
Three words: Red. Cup. Day: You know the feeling you wake up early, not a wink of sleep from excitement, but the day is finally here! No, not Christmas Day. The day that Starbucks launches their red cups. As soon as those crimson charmers are out you know that it’s 54 days till the big day (but who’s counting…).
Your playlists know no seasonality. You wish it could be Christmas every day and thanks to Wizzard (and Spotify) it can be. You have Christmas bangers on all-year-round and Netflix only recommends festive flicks. ‘The Holiday’ counts as a summer holiday staple, right?!
You’re writing a list and you’re checking it more than twice. You update your ‘Christmas card recipient’ list throughout the year in a fashion not too dissimilar from the way you used to manage your ‘Myspace Top Friends’. Karen from accounts forgot you from the coffee round? See ya later hater, off the list for you.
Happy Hoarding! Want to know when your Christmas begins? On Boxing Day. As soon as those sales start you’re stockpiling giftwrap, cards, presents and even food for next year’s big day. With all your hoarding of festive treats; if the apocalypse were to hit, you could survive the next three years on a steady diet of Christmas pudding and Advocaat.
You book early. Like really early. Like if there was a competition for the most organised festive planner you’d win hands down. Your Christmas obsession may have the office talking about how you’re a little bit bonkers, but you know what they also won’t stop talking about…? Your Christmas office parties. That’s right. Lap(land) it up everyone, it pays off to be ‘Kooky for Christmas’.
All our venues will re-open on 17th May. Bookings are now open. The sacred rule of six is in effect until 21st June. *Excluding Cardiff.