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The Carnivale Ball 2014

The Carnivale Ball 2014For the fourth annual Pets at Home Charity Ball in November 2014 our brief was to bring St Mark’s Square, Venice to The Hilton, Deansgate in Manchester. 


The Carnaby Ball

The Carnaby Ball 2014In May 2014, 730 invited guests descended on New Dock Hall in Leeds. Starting out 24 hours earlier as a big empty hall, it was transformed overnight into the biggest contemporary restaurant this side of the Atlantic!


The Snowflake Ball

Snowflake Ball 2013The Pets at Home ‘Snowflake Ball’ took place in Manchester in November 2013 with over 400 party people attending. As guests entered the winter wonderland, gentle snow fell creating a magical feel to the room! The evening's magic continued with the dulcet sounds of The Urban Soul Orchestra and David Robertshaw on piano.


The Ballo in Maschera (Masked Ball)

Ballo in MascheraThe Ballo in Maschera was attended by 750 guests at New Dock Hall in Leeds. The entire look and feel of the hall, by means of dressing and lighting, created the magical feeling of being sat outside on the streets of Venice at night.


The Asda Supply Chain Awards

Asda Supply Chain AwardsThe Asda Supply Chain Awards is an annual event which Metropolis was first asked to organise in 2010 and have continued to manage every year since. The event is held at The Queen's Hotel in Leeds and attracts 350 guests. It is held to recognise those involved in the Supply Chain industry.


The Bugsy Ball

Pets at Home Bugsy BallOne November evening, 350 mobsters and molls descend on the 'Bugsy Club' in the Midland Hotel, (Petsville) Manchester. By bringing the two gangs, 'Nasty Nicks Dirty Dogs' and 'Scally Sally's Alley Cats' together for one night only, the Mayor of Petsville, Peter Pritchiani, hoped to bring some peace back to Petsville and raise lots of dough for the charity Support Adoption for Pets.


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