Looking forward to Freedom Day?
Fancy celebrating like it’s the party versions of The Purge?
Well, The Piano Works is playing your song.
The ludicrously fun live music venue is going to be putting on a gigantic, blow-out party to simultaneously celebrate both the lifting of restrictions, and its own 6th birthday. It’s all taking place on Sunday 18th of July at their huge Farringdon space, and the house band will be playing energetic versions of any song requested by the crowd.
Woah, woah, woah, we hear you say, isn’t Freedom Day on the 19th of July? Has there been some catastrophic, literally illegal calendar malfunction?? Well, thankfully no. The plan is to have the dance floor cordoned off with ribbon all evening, as people sit at their tables for dinner & drinks. Then, at the stroke of midnight, the ribbon is cut, the band jumps into action, and the dance floor is filled with a throng of revellers. It’s going to be wild. And the best bit? For ‘Freedom Hour’ between 12-1am, all Prosecco is on the house.
Plus, it’s technically a birthday party too, so as a bonus there will be “cake and some fantastic surprises”.
And let’s face it, cake is already a fantastic surprise.
NOTE: The Freedom Day Party at The Piano Works takes place on July 18th, with the celebrations starting at midnight. Tickets cost £10pp, and are available at their website right HERE.
The Piano Works | 113-117 Farringdon Road, EC1R 3BX
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