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Bastille Day Dinner

The '60s rock the Bastille Day Ball

By Etienne Bennequin

The long awaited Bastille Day Ball took place on Wednesday 16th July at the prestigious Hurlingham Club in a sea of beautifully engineered racing and jaw dropping classic cars. Participants could happily enjoy a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne offered to them on arrival whilst exhibitors offered them top quality products. Those who succeeded to get bored by the wide selection of French wines or typical Breton crepes could still relish the world renowned Ladurée macaroons or try one of the handmade frozen cocktails prepared using liquid nitrogen.

The ‘60s-themed ball started slowly with about ten dancers welcoming the partygoers on the dance floor who were demonstrating some of the many dances related to the amazing phenomenon that were the ‘60s. The ballroom was quickly full of tuxedos and gowns enjoying mythical songs that made the best years of music. Dancers of every ages fell into the rhythm of their youth or their parents’, thanks to the band, High Time, and DJ Sacha Dieu’s performance.

Don’t miss the Bastille Day Ball next year.


03/08/2014 - daisy.hnue said :

Hurlingham Club and the exciting experience that can be brought to us, everything is perceived and evaluated in a realistic way. quality was confirmed and shown in a comprehensive manner.


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