PLAY HOLI IN THE CITY 2020: WEDNESDAY 4th – SUNDAY 15th MARCH
Cinnamon Kitchen’s # HouseofHoli is back for the 6th year – bigger, better and brighter than ever!
Leave the dull, grey City at the door, don your protective white suit, and step into the madness at the House of Holi, for thirty minutes of paint-pelting friends, family and colleagues!
Sitting amongst the skyscrapers and the concrete, Cinnamon Kitchen, in association with UK’s No.1 Indian beer Cobra, will bring a vibrant injection of colour to the urban environs of the City with the return of their purpose-built party pod – popping up outside Singh’s modern Indian restaurant in Devonshire Square from Wednesday 4th to Sunday 15th March.
Franklin & Sons, award-winning premium soft drinks, soda’s, tonics and mixers, will be popping up on the terrace throughout the festival. The space will become a tropical garden bar complete with vibrant blooms, an insta-worthy floral hoop and flower-adorned entrance. Cocktails are Holi-inspired with botanical gin-based serves including the Black Forest Blush and Spiced Lotus, whilst a selection of street-food style small plates will be available from the Chaat Counter.
This year Cinnamon Kitchen are giving back; create your own colourful artwork on canvas in the paint pod, from £5. All proceeds from the paintings and £1 from every Holi menu will be donated to Find Your Feet, helping families in Africa and Asia build a life free from poverty.
We are also proud to release tickets to an exclusive and intimate Dinner Supper Club with Vivek Singh on 5th March, where you will enjoy a welcome drink and a fully immersive, delectable and sumptuous Holi Feast made up of the finest and most traditional Holi dishes.
Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to book your slots for private HOLI play session and private events space hires.
The perfect antidote to dull days in the office, teams can kick off their heels, loosen their ties, and experience the spectacular paint throwing festivities that mark the renowned Indian festival of colour. Holi festival itself takes place on 9th March, announcing the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. A welcome burst of fluorescence following London’s bleak and blustery winter, Holi is a time where families traditionally gather together and cover each other in coloured paint.
Holi Sessions – 30 minutes
Monday to Thursday – 3pm, 6pm & 8pm
Friday – 3pm, 4pm, 6pm & 8pm
Saturday – 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm & 8pm
Sunday – 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm
Tickets available on Design My Night
Read our essential Play Holi Guide for our top tips and suggestions to make your Holi safe and fun!
‘Play Holi’ Safety Guide