Christmas Jumper Party
The Christmas Jumper Party is here, meaning it's officially acceptable to use tinsel and fairylights to cover up the hideousness of your student house. What's more, you can ditch your freezing cold tops and trade them for your cosiest, most embarrassing christmas jumper. Why not take it a step further and add a tinsel tie? We'll be playing the best festive tunes throughout the night, because who said Christmas was for staying inside and watching Love Actually?
Here's what to expect:
1. All I Want For Christmas
All we want for Christmas is free jager bombs and a queue jump... and we've got them! Gift yourself with an advance ticket and we'll throw in the rest. Now who's in the Christmas spirit?
2. Santa Tell Me
Christmas jumpers are in and dresses are out - or pull an Ariana Grande and wear your jumper as a dress! There's no excuse now, so go raid your wardrobe because everyone has one, whether you'll admit it or not.
3. Jingle Bell Rock
Why not get a 2-in-1 and listen to Mean Girls whilst at the club - what could be better? We can't promise you'll pull off the dance moves whilst wearing a jumper you've had since you were 13, though...
4. Baby, It's Cold Outside
There's nothing more familiar than the push-and-pull of, "should I stay in the club and ditch my 9am or go home and make it on time?" Of course, you'll inevitably get roped in by your mate promising to buy tequila shots if you stay.
5. Fairytale of New York
Everybody loves an excuse to swear at their relatives and blame it on the Christmas spirit - making this song from 1988 bang every single year. Its back for its 30th anniversary, don't miss it!
So celebrate the start of the festive season with your mates, before being forced to spend every waking hour with your relatives.
Luckily for you, the Christmas Jumper Party is happening at The Haunt this Thursday and Coalition this Friday! And, if you really love it, we won't tell if you come to both.
Remember to receive a free j-bomb and queue jump from your Secret Santa (it's us, don't tell).