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A Christmas party you won’t forget

We can offer a brilliant festive party for you and your friends which can include food, drinks packages and an after party!

We have a professional team of people who specialise in making your party one to remember for great value. As well as Christmas events we can cater to hens, stags, birthdays, leaving do’s and even big bespoke celebrations.

Here at Walkabout we excel in providing a premium VIP service and party planning.

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Festive food feasts

From 3 course meals to easygoing buffets, our food options an easily be tailored to suit your Christmas party.

For information on any dietary requirements, just speak to a member of the team in the venue.

Don’t forget the Christmas cheer(s)

Choose from our great drinks packages:

Buy 5 get 6th free

on bottles of Jacob Creek wine or Gancia Prosecco

Buy 5 get 6th free

on buckets of Budweiser, Corona, Peroni, Beck’s or Kopparberg

Spirit sharer

Choose from Smirnoff Red Label Vodka, Jack Daniel’s, Gordons Gin, Bacardi Carta Blanca, Southern Comfort, Malibu, Archers or Captain Morgan spiced Rum.

All come with your choice of 2PT pitcher of Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, or Schweppes Lemonade, 5 bottles of tonic or 6 cans of Red Bull.

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Walkabout Formula One

2018 Monaco Grand Prix Preview


Key Facts

First Grand Prix – 1990

Number of Laps – 78

Circuit Length – 3.337 KM

Lap Record – 1:14.820 (Sergio Perez 2017)

Pole Time (2017) – 1:44:44 (Sebastian Vettel)  

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What can we expect?

The Monaco Grand Prix is the most anticipated race in the Formula One calendar as every driver looks to fulfil their dream of winning the Monaco Grand Prix. A combination of precision driving, technical excellence and bravery is needed to put your name in history. This race in particular highlights the difference between the good and the great.

Lewis Hamilton is looking for his third win in a row after back to back victories in Spain and Azerbaijan. A win this weekend could catapult Hamilton further clear at the top of the leader board as he currently stands 17 points ahead of his rival Sebastian Vettel.

Vettel’s performances have dipped since the first two races of the season where he finished in pole position. Since the Chinese Grand Prix, he hasn’t achieved a podium finish once with his highest finish coming in 4th.

Red Bull will be hoping to get their season back on track at Monaco following two double DNFs in the past four races. However, Monaco has been kind to them in the past couple of years with Daniel Ricciardo placing 2nd and 3rd in 2016 and 2017. It is well known that it is one of his favourite tracks. Max Verstappen will look to continue his rise through the Formula One ranks after securing third in the Spanish Grand Prix.


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When is the Monaco Grand Prix?

Practice one and two take place on Thursday with practice one starting at 11am and finishing at 12:30pm and practice two beginning at 3pm and finishing at 4:30pm. Saturday afternoon hosts the final practice from 12pm to 1pm and qualifying starting shortly after from 3-4pm. The action begins at 3:10pm on Sunday with all the action live from your local Walkabout!