Following the success of our Club Noir Valentine’s competition, we’ve teamed up again to offer you the chance to win one of ten pairs of tickets to Club Noir: The Blitz, at Glasgow’s O2 Academy on Saturday 25th May.
Commemorating VE Day, you can expect 1940s tunes, World War II burlesque and cabaret acts such as Beauty is Your Duty and Jitterbuggers. There’s even a hybrid of Hitler and Frank Sinatra – Frank Sanazi!
“With our never-ending quadrupleduple dip recession it seems wise to count our blessings, and to reflect on more troubled times,” says Club Noir owner Tina Warren. “We’ve been overwhelmed with the response to this. Even very young people have announced their excitement at this theme.”
As always, dressing up and getting fully immersed in the theme is positively encouraged, and it needn’t cost a lot to get involved.
“We’re particularly inspired by the wartime slogan ‘Make Do and Mend’,” says Tina. “We want to spark people’s resourcefulness: up-cycling their old clothes. Tanning their legs with Bisto. Making an outfit for just a few pounds.”
Tickets cost £15, with £1 from every ticket going to Poppy Scotland, the charity which supports ex-Servicemen and women and their families. You can visit ticketweb.co.uk to buy online or, of course, you could enter our competition and win some instead!
To enter answer the following question:
Which public holiday is Club Noir: The Blitz commemorating?
A: May Day
B: Valentine’s Day
C: VE Day
To enter send your answer, name and mobile number to [email protected] by Friday 22nd March. Over 18s only.
For more information on Club Noir see Clubnoir.co.uk