Bar Varia in association with Panoptic events bring you the Bar Varia December party nights!
Guaranteed nights of ‘Great Food, Great Music and Great Bier’
Celebrate with your nearest and dearest at Bar Varia overlooking Snow Factor’s real snow slope. Perfect for celebrations large or small, with live entertainment every night, your Christmas party will be a night to remember.
The bar is open to anyone but to get the full experience with food and drinks, book your party package at – https://www.snowfactor.com/events/christmas-party-nights-bar-varia/
Enjoy your choice of traditional and Bavarian Christmas cuisine plus entertainment all for only £19.95pp.
Glass of House Wine on arrival
Winter Vegetable Soup
Turkey with all the trimmings
Venison medallions with creamed mash served in a red wine sauce
Black Forest Gateau
Tea & Coffee
To complete your party night we have secured two of the coolest bands in the scene to provide the soundtrack to your evening.
6th and 13th – The Shiverin’ Sheiks
20th – The Basement Boogie Men
The Shiverin’ Sheiks
Bombastic 50’s pop, Country Gospel, Dancefloor Rock n’ Roll and Doo Wop from this Glaswegian 4 piece. Unlike the current wave of bands playing rootsy sounding music The Sheiks focus on the pop song element of rocking and rolling dancing music, the renaissance men of popular song. They are very much established as the go-to guys for visiting artists playing in Scotland and have opened and played with a myriad of well known names including: JD McPherson, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, Wanda Jackson, Billy Childish, Andre Williams, The Yardbirds and numerous others.
“Superb” – The Glasgow Herald.
“A bombastic jaunt through B-movie Saturday morning sci-fi soundtracks” – Americana UK
“A tight grasp of boss grooves, characterful harmonies and downright tunefuleness of the era celebrated with the vibrant spirit of their playing” – The Scotsman
“Let’s hear it for the Sheiks and their mad 50’s psychedelia” – The Skinny
“The Shiverin’ Sheiks have got the gospel-like swing with the choir like singing to go with it” – Blues Magazine, Holland
The Basement Boogie Men
The Basement Boogie Men’s mission is simple. “We wanted to move away from the holiday-camp vibe that boogie-woogie music has right now, and go right back to the roots of it,” says frontman Daniel Meade. “It’s music about going out and having a party. It’s music that should make you want to do everything they’re singing about.”
Given that the Basement Boogie Men’s primary concerns are drinking, dancing, dangerous women and horse tranqilizer, their debut album ‘Demented Dynamite’ should probably come with some sort of health warning. Like all the best things in life, their foot-stompin’, jump-jivin’ boogie-woogie racket is just a little bit bad for you. “Sex, booze and chicken,” is drummer David Stone’s more succinct summation.