According to the group, because these landmark ages are traditionally associated with big celebrations, its bars in England, Scotland and Wales have had a busy start to the year taking numerous party bookings. Thankfully, Revolution's dedicated Party Princess helps people to choose from the many different options available at its many venues.
"Our experts are on hand to help with every aspect of a birthday party," Revolution's spokesperson said. "Each of our bars has different facilities and therefore options for party organisers. For instance, some have vodka lounges that can comfortably host 20-30 people, while others have mezzanine bars that have their own bar, seating and dancefloor. Whatever the requirements of the party, we are perfectly placed to meet them."
Each of Revolution's 60+ bars also offer cocktail masterclasses, where groups of friends can enjoy a bubbly reception, sample vodka shots, watch the expert cocktail makers in action and then have a go at making their own delicious drink. Many birthday party groups decide to kick the night off with a cocktail masterclass before heading to an exclusive part of the venue to continue their celebrations.
While 18, 21, 40 and 65 were once considered the landmark birthdays, Revolution's party teams are seeing a growing trend for 30th birthday parties and believe this age is now among the most significant in people's lives.
"Our bars are perfect for all birthday parties, both the landmark ages and the ones in between," the vodka bar specialist's spokesperson said. "Our fantastic facilities, welcoming and fun atmospheres and wide range of food and drink have made us the first choice birthday party venue in the UK."
For more information about birthday parties at Revolution, visit http://www.revolution-