Dry Disco

Date

May 2023

Company

Sober Girls Society

Location

Ministry of Sound

Category

Public

Dry Disco

In May, Sober Girl Society approached Ministry Venues with plans to host their inaugural sober festival and rave. Given the venue’s association with dance music and good times, it seemed like the perfect location for the organisers to hold the event.

The festival took place from 10 am to 7 pm and featured various activities, including an empowering dance workshop in The Box, a breathwork workshop, and two panel talks on sobriety and self-confidence. Additionally, there was a ‘zen den’ and ‘pamper lounge’ in The Lounge, where festival guests could enjoy a selection of alcohol-free cocktails while networking.

The courtyard was opened and filled with chairs and bean bags, providing a relaxing space between sessions or an opportunity to participate in beauty and spa treatments in The Loft.

Towards the end of the event, The Box took centre stage with DJs Ashley James playing throwback and girl power songs, followed by Zoe spinning club classics, while guests  showcased their dance moves from the workshop.

Dry Disco
Dry Disco


“We want to express a HUGE thank you for all your assistance before and on the day. We understand that there was a lot of back and forth leading up to Saturday, and we are truly grateful for your support in making our first event a tremendous success.”

Wild at heart

Date

March 2019

Company

Wild at Heart

Location

The White Space

Category

Charity

Wild at heart

In March 2019, Wild at Heart Foundation invited guests to join them for an exclusive evening of fine art and fundraising, titled ‘One Night Only’. The unique event offered attendees the chance to purchase pieces by celebrated artists, to raise funds for their dog charity – ‘to compassionately reduce the world’s 600 million stray dog problems through a spaying and neutering initiative, global education programmes and re-homing.

The White Space at The Ministry provided the perfect space for the artwork to be displayed. Art exhibition rails were installed into the space and insurance and transportation of the artwork was organised by the in-house events team to maximise the donations for the charity. The space was adorned with floral arrangements that suited the style of the artwork, including a dog constructed of flowers.

Moving through to the reception, guests were guided into The Bar & Garden where exclusive cocktails were served. Well-behaved dogs were welcomed into the venue, enjoying the treats and water bowls provided.

Wild at heart
Wild at heart


“I would like to thank you all for the fantastic effort you all put into the event on Friday. Your professionalism and expertise throughout the entire process was outstanding.”