A Reflection of our 'It Was Acceptable in the 80's' Part

After the roaring success of our swinging 60’s party, we thought we would take it up a notch with;

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Hutchesons presents: It Was Acceptable in the 80’s... ‘Cos after all, most things were acceptable in the 80’s and we needed an excuse to get messy on the bank holiday weekend!

We decked out our City Grill in a sea of orange with our usual Veuve Rendezvous items. We gave it a special 80’s twist by adding plenty of disco balls, vinyl records, rubix cubes and shiny gold material that couldn’t be missed on a dancefloor back in the 1980’s!

Our resident DJ Elisha and our host, Mr James Rusk, really ensured this was an ‘all singing, all dancing’ afternoon of fun. Music from the likes of WHAM, Culture Club, Madonna, Whitney Houston and Duran Duran meant the party atmosphere was electric from the very start. Guests were served a delicious 3- course brunch meal and glasses of Veuve were being poured like there was no tomorrow. After all, we’re sure being a little tipsy at brunch was totally acceptable in the 80’s! Our CHAM-bola and other fun competitions gave guests the chance to win some Rusk and Rusk and Veuve Clicquot goodies!



After a great sing-song in the City Grill, we then moved the shenanigans down to our 158 Club Lounge where our resident DJ kept the 80’s vibes going all night long. Our now infamous Chammm-ingo game has fast became one of the main highlights of the day- it’s amazing how competitive guests become when there’s champagne to be won…


On reflection, it is very clear why these parties sell out as soon as they’re announced and why guests are now regulars to these Veuve events. There’s nowhere else in Scotland that knows how to throw a champagne brunch on a Sunday afternoon quite like we do.