Anti Valentines Day London Vampire Party
16th February 2008
Penderels Oak Cellar Bar, High Holborn
Arise, creatures of the night, for a very spooky evening at the anti Valentines Day London vampire party. If you’d rather hang out at cemeteries than go speed dating, leave the flowers and chocolate for the rest and head out to an unromantic evening that’s guaranteed to be filled with ghouls, ghosts and plenty of goths.
Anti Valentines Day
Tired of rummaging around at the last minute for an appropriate Valentines Day evening? Scrap it all and make for the anti Valentines Day party, hosted by the London Vampyre Group. With music, dancing and loads of Elvira-esque babes and dashing Draculas, you might even put a crack in your heart of stone and make a romantic connection or two.
Even vampires don’t spend all their time listening to creepy organ music, and the anti Valentines Day London vampire party will feature some absolutely wicked rock and dance music. Party the night away courtesy of the sounds of Andy Ravensable, Madderz, Tribal and Sandee. Spooky.
Gothic dress code
Of course, all good little vampires and vampiresses should dress appropriately for the event, so break out your corsets and black lipstick and eyeliner – that goes for the girls and the boys. The London Vampire Group says you should come dressed for your own fangtastic funeral, so use your imagination and you’ll be the hottest dressed goth at the ball.
London Vampyre Group
As hosts of the anti Valentines Day London vampire party, the London Vampyre group knows what constitutes a truly spooky evening. They regularly host meetings where Londoners interested in vampire-themed books, movies and lifestyle can get together and have a chat and take part in vampire style games, quizzes and activities.
The anti Valentines Day London vampire party takes place from 8pm – 12:30pm on Saturday 16th February 2008 at Penderels Oak Cellar Bar, High Holborn. Nearest tube: Holborn. Admission is £5.00 on the door or £4.00 in advance (£3.00 for members). For venue information, please follow the link below.
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