Win a table for 10 at this year's Best Christmas Party at Aldenham Country Park, Watford (worth £500)

Aldenham Country Park, Watford, will be hosting the region’s most sought after Christmas party this year. Best Parties Ever has organised a lavish masquerade ball in the country-side setting and it is set to be a night of indulgence, illusion and intrigue which runs from Thursday 1st December til Thursday 22nd December.

From behind a glamorous mask, guests will be welcomed into the elegant venue complete with living statues and Venetian street theatre. The first stop will of course be one of the event’s intricately carved stone feature bars where visitors can relax with a drink in hand and watch the unique talents of live entertainers.

The sumptuous four course dinner will take place amidst the palatial splendour of Venetian masks and classical candelabras. Whilst enjoying the delicious food, guests will continue to be entertained by fabulous vocals, dance and costumes is interwoven with thrilling displays of acrobatics.

Finally, with a full stomach, party goers can head to the party’s casino or slip back behind your mask and dance the night away!

Be sure to enter this competition so that that you and nine friends will be in with a chance of winning a table at this unforgettable evening!


We have one table of ten to give away on any night of your choice (subject to availability).   To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below….


What date is the first masquerade ball in Watford?


Email your answer along with your name and a contact phone number to

Closing date for entries noon on Friday 11th November 2016

For more details of to book your table




Legend of a Band featuring the music of the Moody Blues performed by six legendary musicians, singers and songwriters comes to Watford Colosseum on Sunday 27 November and we have one pair of tickets to give away in our free-to-enter competition. Simply answer the question below and you could be in with a chance of winning.

Drummer Gordy Marshall and keyboard player Paul Bliss come direct from performing on the Moody Blues’ 2015 nationwide tour. 

They are joined by 10CC lead singer Mick Wilson, Leona Lewis and Westlife guitarist Tim Maple plus James Blunt and Joss Stone bass player Malcolm Moore. 

It’s a chance to experience impeccable performances of classic Moody Blues hits including Nights in White Satin, Go Now, Tuesday Afternoon, Legend of a Mind (Timothy Leary’s Dead), I Know You’re Out There Somewhere, Question, Isn’t Life Strange – plus Justin Hayward’s Forever Autumn and a show-stealing rendition of Eve of the War from Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds.

The evening is an intriguing insight into the kings of the concept album – the Moody Blues. Relive classic, million-selling albums Days of Future Passed, In Search of the Lost Chord, On the Threshold of a Dream, To Our Children’s Children and more.  

Both Gordy and Paul have performed with the Moody Blues for more than 20 years – playing the world’s most prestigious venues, including Madison Square Garden, Wembley Arena, The O2 Arena and Royal Albert Hall. 

Mick’s incredible vocals have also featured with likes of Lionel Richie, Kylie Minogue and Smokey Robinson. Tim’s credits include a long list of hit singles, including composer for Celine Dion’s Think Twice. And, as well as recording hits with the likes of One Direction and Alison Moyet, Malcolm is a mainstay of West End musicals. 

Prepare for an intimate evening of sensational musicianship and iconic songs that define a generation. 

To be in with the chance of winning a pair of tickets, answer this simple question:

The Moody Blues are best known for their hit single: a) Nights in White Satin, b) Nights in White Polyester c) Nights in Black Latex


Send your answer along with your name and contact details by email to by noon on Wednesday 23rd November

The winner will be drawn at random. Editor’s decision is final and there is no cash alternative.


To buy tickets contact the box office: 01923 571 102


Legend Of A Band – a tribute to The Moody Blues

Sunday 27 November  – 7.30pm

Watford Colosseum

Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 3JN. Tickets £23.50, concs £21.50

01923 571 102