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It’s funny that no matter how many parties you go to in the advertising industry, you never seem to enjoy them as much as the ones you throw yourselves.

It’s funny that no matter how many parties you go to in the

advertising industry, you never seem to enjoy them as much as the ones

you throw yourselves.



Many people went along to what was dubbed ’Rainey Kelly’s party’ on

Thursday night at the K Bar, only to discover that it wasn’t the

agency’s bash although it was hosted by two of its creatives, James

Burrows and Sebastian Bishop.



It appears that all you need to entice London’s finest to your party is

fab music, a good venue and cute party-goers.



Despite the drunken haze that seemed to envelop everyone, we did manage

to spot celebrities including Ronnie Wood, Julian Lennon and the Kidd

models.



But was that really Lionel Blair dancing with an All Saint?



Rumours have been rife that he was only escorting his daughter to the

bash, but we think he had as good a time as she did.



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