Introducing BASH, the new way for people to discover and book experiences for group events like team days, hen parties, and other group occasions.

From trendy restaurants and bars to the latest new craze, you’ll find a wide selection of fun and unique options for your event on BASH. With experiences like axe throwing, calligraphy and graffiti masterclasses,  every business has been handpicked and the guys work to ensure that you have the best experience possible. They’re known for being a little “particular” here, so you know that you’re in good hands.

Try some of them for yourself!

BASH has a creative series running this month to showcase some of the amazing businesses they are working with. They have a meringue kisses masterclass led by expert Derval from Delish Melish, a cool modern calligraphy workshop with the talented Sarah from Three Bullet Gate, and finally in this series, a fun ring carving workshop with Grace from Carve Workshops.

Meringue Kisses Masterclass with Delish Melish
15th November

These aren’t just any meringues! You’ll learn how to infuse your creations with gorgeous flavours and colours to make the perfect meringue kisses. Whether you’re looking to learn some new skills, an alternative team night or a way to meet new people, this class has something for everyone.

Calligraphy Workshop with Three Bullet Gate
22nd November (SOLD OUT)

BASH Calligraphy
Learn the basic techniques of modern calligraphy in this fun workshop. Taking place in Cavern Wine Bar on Baggot Street where you’ll enjoy a delicious spread of sharing boards with prosecco. Note this event is now sold out but please sign up to the BASH mailing list or follow them on Instagram or Facebook for new dates.

Ring Carving with Carve Workshops
29th November

Tired of having the same things as everyone else? Well now you don’t have to. Carve is a fun and creative workshop where you will design and sculpt your own unique ring out of jewelers’ wax. You’ll be taught by carving master, Grace and enjoy a delicious spread from Cavern with prosecco.

Full details on the workshops can be found on the BASH website.

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All images courtesy The BASH Co

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