This Bewitching House Party Celebrates The Full Moon In Style

Luna's Townhouse

At Luna’s Townhouse, the party only stops when the sun rises.

Partying from dusk ’til dawn – it’s not just hyperbole, it’s the reality at Luna’s Townhouse. An immersive soiree taking place on May 17th, Luna and friends welcome you to a world of music, dancing, and magic that carries on until 5am. It’s an event quite unlike any other, held in celebration of the arrival of the Flower Moon (as May’s full moon is known) – and tickets are available here.

Luna's Townhouse

What better way to celebrate the full moon than with an all-night festival, am I right? Strange forces, brought to life by the lunar event, brings contortionists, burlesque performers, and BAFTA-winning magician Fergus Flanagan out to play, each dazzling you with their trickery. Once you’ve stepped inside Luna’s Townhouse and are greeted by sassy and seductive host Luna, the world of London is left far behind, and ethereal forces hold sway until the dawn.

Luna's Townhouse

Each room is filled with intrigue – for instance, the apothecary is home to carefully-tailored cocktails, which should fuel you through the night. Meanwhile, the party will be soundtracked by Hazel Marimba and Sian Bennett, spinning party tunes that’ll bewitch your body into a boogie. Come dressed outlandishly, and ready to party until sunrise – honestly, you’d have to be a lunatic to miss it!

Find your tickets to Luna’s Townhouse here.

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