Event cancelled

BiCHE Bisexual Dance Party

GBP 6.00 - GBP 10.00

Location

Date

Mar 21 2020 19:00 - Mar 22 2020 01:00

Description

BiCHE: a queer as fuck dance party.

BiCHE is back!  


It's a totally fabulous party - just for bisexual+ people. If you're bi, pan, omni, if you don't do labels (even if you don't know what your label is just yet) BiCHE is for you!

Come for the tasty cocktails, the gorgeous vegan-first menu or just to throw yourself around the dancefloor: with this many bisexuals in one room it's sure to go off with a bang! Flirt, dance and knock back a cocktail (or one of the yummy mocktails!) in an environment that loves you just the way you are.

BiCHE is a trans-affirming party. 

Accessability

*ground floor, gender neutral toilets*

*flat, wheelchair accessable side entrance*

*quieter space up a flight of stairs*

*vegan menu*

*non-alcoholic cocktails*

*ground floor reservable stool and chair seating available*

Nearest Tube

Farringdon / Chancery Lane

FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements?

This event is 18+. Please bring ID if you look young for your age

Can I bring my gay/straight friend?

Bisexual people are welcome to bring their friends of all sexualities

Can I pay on the door?

We have a limited number of tickets on the door for £10

Do I need my printed ticket to get in?

No, just give us your name on the door

What's the nearest tube station?

Farringdon or Chancery Lane

Can we eat there?

Yes, The Apple Tree has a primarily vegan menu. View it here

I can't use my ticket, can I get a refund?

Sorry, no. 

I can't use my ticket, can I sell it on?

You are more than welcome to sell or give away any tickets you don't use, but you must contact us and let us know. If you sell your ticket and don't let us know the new holder's name, we won't let them in and they'll probably be annoyed with you.

Is this a Biscuit event?

Nope, but some of the same people are involved

Organiser

Venue

The Apple Tree The Apple Tree, 45 Mount Pleasant, WC1X 0AE London

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