Bring Black & White Masked Ball

Bring Black and White Masked BallIt’s Bring Stuff’s first anniversary and to celebrate we are having a party at Ruby Blue’s in Leicester Square. More then that, it’s a triple birthday celebration for Katy, Lis and Vee!

The theme is Black & White Masked Ball, so if you have a dinner jacket, posh black frock and a homemade mask then this is the perfect opportunity to wear it. Come as French mime artist, a black and white clown, Jack Black, Snow White, Cruella Devil or Charlie Chaplin. But don’t forget to wear a mask until the midnight unmasking ceremony!

As Katy is now back from her sabbatical we have arranged a few games. When you arrive, try and work out who is Giacomo and Katy to put your names down for them. As usual, there’s a prize for ‘Best Home-Made Mask’ so break out that macaroni and paper mache and get doodling!

Entrance is free before 10:00pm and Ruby Blue charge £10:00 after. To ensure Guestlist no-queuing on arrival at the door, be dressed in the theme and if questioned for the guestlist name, use; ‘katy’, ‘lis’ or ‘vanessa’.

The lovely people at Ruby Blue ask us to remind you that you are aware of the following door policies; the music is Pop, Chart & Party and I.D. will be required if requested, otherwise admission may be refused. Over 21′s only too, sorry young uns.

The Venue:
Leicester Place, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7BP
T: 020 7287 8050

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Ruby Blue is on the north side of Leicester Square, the entrance is on Leicester Place. Nearest tube Leicester Square, nearest mainline train Charing Cross.

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Bring Stuff :
Bring Black & White Masked Ball
Saturday, May 31, 2008
7:00pm - 21+
Leicester Place
London, UK WC2H 7BP

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This is Giacomo. He likes to party hard and doesn't relax too much. When not making costumes, often he can be found test-driving them on a dance floor. A little preoccupied with mustaches, often his build favours hot glue guns and duct tape.

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