Evening Team Building

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Evening Team Building 

At Team Tactics we have a dedicated selection of evening team building events designed as light hearted entertainment and to promote group interaction. These are perfect to complement a dinner, provide a fun team building activity alongside delicious food and drinks or simply to have lots of fun out of office hours. Events range from our virtual GPS Treasure Hunt before a dinner, to the Antiques Curio Experience designed to work alongside a dinner. All of our evening dinner events offer an enthusiastic interaction between guests and create a memorable edge to any dinner event.

Our evening team building events provide the opportunity for a more light hearted approach to team building such as our Disco Trivia nights which involve teams competing in quizzes, dance-offs, music rounds and karaoke, in an event which guarantees involvement and enjoyment from all. Team Tactics corporate cooking events also offer a unique way to interact with colleagues or clients in the evening. By combining a fun and highly engaging team building activity with dinner itself, our corporate cooking events allow participants to prepare and cook delicious dishes which they then try themselves. Our corporate cooking events are extremely engaging and provide the perfect opportunity to team build in the evening. To browse more Team Building ideas return to our Team Building page. 

 

 

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