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Oh wait – we can’t. Or can we? I’m not talking a Zoom quiz (who isn’t bored of those already?) but there are some amazing new virtual “Do’s” out there, which will help you celebrate Christmas, virtually and safely, while still being fun.  I’ve rounded up some suggestions below to consider:

Candle making – get a group together and make a scented candle. Everything you need is sent to the individual’s and you follow a host via Zoom to make a candle.  As hot wax is involved you may want to leave the mulled wine till afterwards for this one!  candlebyevents

Evolve Events – Christmas in a box. Does what it says on a tin.  You get everything you need to hold a Christmas party, in a box, with a virtual event space on the day/night.  There are a couple of options to choose from and they can be tailored if you wish.  evolve-events-virtual-christmas-parties

Bespoke Quiz – yes, I know I said we were bored of a quiz but these ones are bespoke and come with snacks! Did I say they come with snacks? dowhatyoucanbespokequizzes

Singing, dancing, comedy, games, or even a cocktail masterclass take your fancy? Check out EventOlogists virtual Christmas events – eventologists

Decent Drop are offering cheese and wine tasting, but virtually.  One for the more discerning group? decent-drop

Makers at the Mill – want to rekindle (pardon the pun) your woodworking or craft talents from long ago school days? Then Sami at Makers at the Mill has the answer.  You get everything you need to make a Christmas tree, sign or memory box sent to your door and then she hosts the party via Zoom to talk you through what to do.  Fancy something different – she’s a designer too so can design something specifically for you.  makersatthemill Oh, and if you use the code XMASPARTY2020 when booking Sami will give you 10% off the booking!

Can your Christmas still save the year? -This activity gets the team to participate in a series of creative and collaborative activities that help with uplifting the mood, feeling energised and bonding with your colleagues, ready for all the festivities. Check out tplexperiences for more information on this and over virtual events hosted by TPL Experiences.

Gingerbread house anyone? Or a virtual escape room? Just 2 of the many events on offer from AVA Experience.  You can view their full range of virtual events here (including how to make a gingerbread house!) avaexperiencechristmas

Who Dun It? If you fancy a murder mystery party, look no further than It’s Murder.  Work out the clues from the comfort of your own home to solve the murder  itsmurder.co.uk

So now you are inspired to get the team or family together for a virtual Christmas do, that involved a bit of fun and festivity.  But remember, if you are struggling to fit something in before Christmas, or the company you want to work with are fully booked, you can always have a belated Christmas do in January, when there is more time and most people will appreciate something to look forward to.  Either way, I would love to hear if you tried any out.

Happy Christmas!