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Top Five Things to Do

The top five things to do this week, from October 10th-16th.

With a week to go until a well-deserved Reading Week, there’s plenty going on in town to allow for a good dose of deadline procrastination.

 

Cooked, Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th October at 8pm

 

Head to the Byre Theatre for this student-produced dark comedy.  Featuring romantic turmoil and attempted assassination, this is not one to miss! For more information: rb.gy/fnccbb

 

Blind Mirth: American Mirth, Monday 10th October at 8pm

 

Join Blind Mirth’s weekly show as it moves to its new venue of the Buchanan Lecture Theatre. With new additions to the improv comedy group this week, there are sure to be more opportunities than ever for laughter! For more information: rb.gy/emvhty

 

BPM: OHANA, Tuesday 11th October at 10pm

 

BPM is back after a series of successful semester one events, offering the perfect opportunity to relieve Week Five stress. The collective is taking over the Vic once again, promising its signature mixture of hip hop, afrobeats, grime and RnB. For more information: rb.gy/t3vdvw

 

España en Vivo, Wednesday 12th October at 8:30pm

 

To celebrate Spain’s national holiday, Spanish Society is hosting a drinks reception and dinner, followed by a reggaeton party, at Lupo’s. Offering Spanish festivities and copious amounts of sangria, join them for a taste of Spanish culture. For more information: rb.gy/pumppp

 

Raisin the Roof, Sunday 16th October at 10pm

 

After their event at The Rule last year, the Fellowship are back to give academic families post-Raisin scavenger hunt plans. Make a beeline for the Vic to dance the night away and raise money for local charity Families First. For more information: rb.gy/un7paq

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