FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WHEN: Saturday 19th November, 2016. Starting 7.30pm
WHERE: At a number of private homes in Zone 1.
Ever wanted to end up at a random house party with an amazing crowd and have a great night? Want to re-live those great fancy dress parties of your uni days?
Well, on Saturday 19th November you can! 3 Degrees House Parties, in honour of Universal Children’s Day (20th November), is throwing pop up ‘What Did You Want to Be When You Grew Up?’ themed house parties all over London.
Expect a house party full of hilarity: You’ll be bumping into Blue Peter presenters, astronauts, policeman – as everyone will be coming as their childhood wannabe. Sweets & sherbet will be on tap all night, and party bags will be handed out at the finish:)
And the crowd at the party? Tailored to you. When you book a 3 Degrees party, we ask a couple of fun questions to get to know you, and then we invite you to the party with the crowd you’ll have the most fun partying with. You may also find some 2nd and 3rd degree connections there too!
So fun party, great crowd = an evening to remember!
ABOUT 3 DEGREES: We’re a startup, founded in 2016, on a mission to bring more fun to a Saturday night. We bring people together for great 'pop up' house parties with a crowd we know they’ll love.
HOW MUCH: £16.99 (single) or £14.99 each (group of 3), no need to BYOB as we’ll be providing the drinks for the evening. £1 will be donated to UNICEF for every ticket sold.
TO BOOK: Go to http://children.3degreeshouseparties.com, tell us about you, and look out for your personalised invite via email and a link to book tickets.
We’re a startup, founded in 2016, which solves the problem many 20 and 30 somethings have of getting in a rut of seeing the same old friends (which is a little boring and also bad if you want to date or make new friends). And also of wanting an alternative to overpriced/overcrowded bars and clubs.
3 Degrees throws house parties with a great mix of people (within 3 degrees of separation from each other and similar interests). Then we find a host & throw the party in their house, also handling logistics, supplies, cleaning and paying them.
Guests pay to go to the party, and alcohol is included.
At scale, we aim to move the bar and nightclub business into homes in the same way Airbnb did to hotels.
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