UNIT Starts the Festive Season With Open House Party

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The event was supported by CentrePoint and End Youth Homelessness
UNIT Starts the Festive Season With Open House Party

UNIT got the silly season run off to a start by hosting an all clients open house yesterday afternoon and evening at their new Berners Mews studios to mark the end of a big year.

It was an opportunity to have a fun but low key pre-Christmas warmer welcoming all friends, clients and wider collaborator partners in to their new home.

We also played host to the industry legend, writer, creative director, director, agency owner and most recently book author (The Power of Purility) Mark Denton from ThomasThomas to do his talk "Bastard Santa", whilst Guillaume Aubert, from Ancestrel Wines (deemed  the godfather of natural wine) also talked to people about “What the ‘f*** natural wine is?”.

The mince pie and sausage roll mountains, mulled wine and hot chocolate by Sejuiced, cheese table by Mons Cheesemongers and natural wines by Ancestrel Wines went down a storm as well as stalls, crafts and music all night by Ninja Tune Sync.

The whole event also supported CentrePoint and End Youth Homelessness with donations collected throughout including non perishable food, clothing and blankets - this will continue throughout December.

UNIT’s Partner Amanda Luckwell comments; ‘Adam and I love Christmas and the whole UNIT team has worked so hard this year we wanted to celebrate an important year in the turning point of our story by opening our doors to all the people that give us the opportunity to make the best work we can and that is our clients. Without all of our many and varied client partners we wouldn’t do what we love and are passionate about. UNIT Studios looks forward to an even more creatively exciting and varied 2020.”

You can check out a gallery of images from the night below: 

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