At Slumbarave -The ultimate pyjama party, we like to break down barriers through an interactive experience which encompasses: Hospitality, dressing up and through participation in the games we host.
We create an environment where the voyeur becomes the show, surrounded by all the ‘Creature Comforts’ of a sumptuous bedroom paradise.
The hospitality and convivial atmosphere conveys our secure comfort zone philosophy, which starts as soon as you reach the secret wardrobe, enter the Slumbarave, and take those shoes off!
An abundance of vintage smoking jackets, pyjamas and frilly nighties will be available for the sleepover/ make-over, obtainable to guests from our changing room of comfort.




Monday, 15 February 2010

slumbarave metropolis hotel build. Glastonbury 2009

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The hotel facade was a 2 week long build, with help from the talented Kasia and Johan, and the Shangri-la build crew.
Lavish, with both art deco and futuristic styling, we created a contemporary take within the 'dystopian' thematic for the Shangri-la area.
Juxtaposing the grandiose feeling of the classic movie Metropolis, and the quirky retro d├ęcor that is Slumbarave, within a 5 x 12metre art deco inspired, rendered frontage, complete with central column, windows, balcony and grand entrance, we welcome festival goers to the only footwear free venue at Glastonbury.

The styling of the interior was a mixture of old fashioned bedroom furniture, from the 1970’s and previous decades. The interior of the tent was draped with silver velvet revealing exotic bird graffiti walls. (frontage Glastonbury 2008 by Xenz).
The grand entrance reveals a raised hotel reception, with large oval reception desk accessible from both sides.
The reception area was for patrons of the hotel to check in and remove their shoes. After checking in, those who choose to hire costume are guided to the boudoir transformation tentonbury.

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