A POPULAR Christmas Eve party is to be held for the eighth year – at a new venue.
The Square welcomed families for years on the night before Christmas to enjoy a festive sing-song and celebrations.
Despite the venue’s closure, the party will continue this year, at Club Foot, a new community venue based at Burnt Mill Academy, in Harlow.
The popular house band, made up of workers from the Square, has always been a feature of the event and will return this year, as well as local singers performing festive favourites.
Adam Smith, former promoter at the Square, is keen for the regular crowd from the Square to go along, as well as families and groups of friends yet to experience the event.
He said: “Following a seven-year tradition, we are pleased to be able to provide a home for the Square’s now legendary Christmas Eve party band.
“We want to make this year’s party even more family friendly. There will be tables and chairs set out, with mince pies and sweets. We are also hoping to get a choir together as a support act.”
Tickets, priced £5 for under 18s and £8 for over 18s, are available from
The party starts at 7.30pm on Sunday December 24.
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