Fever Fridays: Young Thread Sessions at The Cuckoo Club

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Music, free drinks, free food, fashion. This party at The Cuckoo Club is one of those that just sounds pretty much perfect. Hosted by up-and-coming fashion retailer, Young Thread, it seems to have it all. So what’s the catch? Well actually, there isn’t really one. We’re just feeling nice, and it’s Friday, so we wanted to find something fun for you guys to say thanks for reading. And whilst we’re in that Friday mood, we’ve decided to team up with events app Fever and get you free entry to the event, which usually costs £5. Just download the app and enter the reward code FEVERFRIDAY1.

Back up. Did he say FREE food? And free drinks? Sure did. Oh yeahhh, for the first hour, from 9pm, Popdogs will be serving up their delicious gourmet hot dogs for a grand total of £0. There’ll be free cocktails too. Only for the first hour though, remember: the early bird catches the hot dog. Joining the free food and free drinks will be a line-up of talented young DJs and live singers, including Michaela Costi, George Pelham, Sheik & Beik, Intro Groove and Kid Flo. An 18+ event, Young Thread’s Sessions will take place at the swanky Cuckoo Club, just off Piccadilly Circus on Swallow Street.

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So what about Young Thread? They’re an online menswear platform that brings together some of the hottest brands around, with garms from Paris, Sweden, New York, Columbia and beyond. They aim to showcase menswear that plays with the traditional British conventions of fashion, bringing in Scandinavian and Australian influences. Oh, and they know how to throw a damn good party, it would seem.

So guys, TFIF. Yep, thank Fever it’s Friday! We’re really excited that this is the start of a regular series of Friday goodies that the app are going to send our way to share with you guys. Stick with us for more great events, and remember to use your FEVERFRIDAY1 code to go to Young Thread’s party for free.

 

 

Tom Livingstone

Tom Livingstone

Tom's favourite activities are talking about himself in the third person, and starting things which he'll never

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