Why do people always have parties late at night? The journey home is dark, potentially dangerous, and difficult when it comes to public transport. Once home, you've probably got a couple of hours in bed before it is time to get up again, leaving you exhausted and unable to function during the day. Not to mention a mega hangover.
Wouldn't it be a much better idea to have a party in the morning? Something that will leave your feeling refreshed, full of energy, and ready to face the day?
That is the concept behind Daybreaker. Devised by Matt and Rhada over a late-night falafel in New York, the idea is to say good morning to the break of day with a smile of enthusiasm rather than a 'get stuffed' frown.
Daybreaker has now travelled overseas to bring Londoners the same feel good experience that New Yorkers can get. It is a networking social party for entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, techies, city workers, and anyone up for some fun. There will be dancing, DJs, saxophonists, coffee, smoothies and glowing jellyfish.
The next Daybreaker party will be on the 27th June at The Book Club on Leonard Street, and costs £17.50 to book.
The party is 7.30am - 9.30am, but if you want to get a bit of a workout before hand, Voga will start at 7am. Voga is a combination of yoga and vogueing. Vogueing is an eighties New York dance style that is supposed to bring a sense of empowerment through Egyptian style poses. Combining the two forms will create a good cardio workout and release stress.