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The Last Tuesday Society: 'The New Years Eve Eve Masked Ball' at The Bridge

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Time 19:30
Date 30/12/10
Price £30

Slip into your finest attire & enter a New Year with a new life. Frolic in the Bath House, enjoy the Velveted Jazz Lounge & dance the night away to the sound of a full orchestra.

Leave your normal self behind, don your finest attire, your crimsonest suit, your reddest shoes, your most glorious ball gown and descend to the New Years Eve Eve Masked Ball where a full orchestra awaits. Paddle in the chocolate fountain - two and half meters high with an unending cascade of 60 kilograms of the finest molten Belgium chocolate. , play with giant balloons in the painter bedroom of delight, feast at the table of Midnight Joy, cuddle on the Cockpit of Desire, and dance the night away with beautiful strangers whose faces you will never see - to the music of The London Gay symphony Orchestra, The Congo Faith Healers, The TransSibierian Marching Band, Top Shelf Jazz, The Alan Weekes Quartet, Mariachi Jalisco and DJs David Piper, Matthew Stone, Troylus Earle, Dickon Edwards, David Tg, Tallulah and enjoy a special performance from Marisa Carnesky. Be tied up in the best traditions of Japanese Rope Bondage by Santiago Gonochi and gorge Yourselves at Suzette Field’s Famous Cheeseboard. So come on, leave 2010 behind and be prepared to enter a New Year with a New Face and a New Life.

 

Early bird tickets available for a limited time only at £20 each or a special framily deal of five tickets for £80.

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COMPETITION: 1x Pair of tickets to attend The Last Tuesday Society: 'The New Years Eve Eve Masked Ball' at The Bridge at 19:30 on Thursday, 30th December.

To claim your tickets, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ box. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: In the folk rhyme 'Monday's Child', 'Tuesday's child is full of…" what?.

A: 1) Woe .2) Face .3) Grace .4) Zest