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In episode three of Party Wright Around The World, Mark is off to some stately surroundings as he takes residence at Maunsel House in Somerset, an ancestral home full of elocution and etiquette.
Maunsel House is home to Sir Benjamin Slade, who recruits Mark’s services to organise a posh party for his godson Arthur, who is on the look-out for love.
Mark quickly loses the Essex lingo and trades in the flash designer wear for tweed jackets and jodhpurs, as he sets about mastering country pursuits such as horse riding and croquet.
There’s also the small matter of the house being haunted, which leaves Mark a little unnerved in his new upper class environment.
Can he conquer his fears and put on the social event of the season?
Party Wright Around The World sees king of the Essex party scene Mark Wright travel the globe in search of new surroundings and social groups, before throwing them the party of a lifetime.
On home turf he’s the life and soul of the party, but out of his comfort zone, how will Mark cope when confronted with an entirely different social soiree?
Each week, Mark will be challenged to take on some of the weirdest and wildest parties on the planet, throwing himself into a new 'tribe', learning about the people he is planning a party for, and ultimately, throwing them an event to remember.