The ‘Kigu’ Halloween Funeral March & Ghoulish Gala!

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To celebrate Kigu’s 1st Birthday, they threw the greatest Flying Squirrel get-together of all time. Following its success and due to the vast number of people who were unable to get hold of tickets, they’ve decided to organise another, bigger and even better event to celebrate Halloween 2010. Like last time, it’s a two-part party – starting with a torch-lit Funeral March through London’s city streets and ending in an indoor blowout complete with semi-professional DJs and free booze for everyone lucky enough to attend.

So the idea is to take your standard Kigu attire and spook the hell out of it! Get your paints, glues, fake bloods, cobwebs, weird teeth, and get that Kigu looking a bit more…well fucked up! Prizes will be awarded to the ‘spookyest’ Kigu on the night, Expect a night of random and spontanious booze fueled fun and games. The party venue will be decorated for the occasion with Smashable Pumpkin Pinatas and a Kigu Coffin, laden with free drinks. Theres even going to be UV cannons and UV decorations to illuminate the party – Day of the Dead style!

 

The Funeral March will start at 9pm on the dot and only those on the March will be able to get into the Ghoulish Gala. The Funeral March meeting place will be revealed at midnight on 29 October 2010 on the Kigu Crew blog, Facebook Page and Twitter. They’re not giving away Kigus this time so make sure you bring your own. Strictly No Kigu – No Entry. This is set to be mental!

There is only 100 tickets available from the Kigu Website, so head on over RIGHT NOW and get yours….

http://kigu.co.uk/

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