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4th Jan 2013 1:31pm | By Editor
Get your Beauty or your Geek on with TNT & Topdeck this Valentines!
Join TNT and Topedeck at Belushis, London Bridge on Saturday, February 16 for the Beauty and the Geek Party - it will be one to remember!
Venue: Belushi's London Bridge, 161-165 Borough High Street. Southwark, London, SE1 1HR (see the map below for directions). Belushis - London Bridge
Time: 7.30pm – till late
Date: Saturday, February 16, 2013
Free shot on arrival for all ticket holders before 11pm
Best dressed competition with great Topdeck prizes! ( St Patrick's Day In Dublin with Topdeck see Prize information below)
Drink Specials throughout the night
DJ entertainment Be in with a chance of winning a pair of Bilbao BBK Festival Live tickets, the first 100 people to book tickets will be put in to a prize draw to be in with a chance of winning!! (winner annouced on the night)
Best Dressed Prize for Topdeck:
Terms & conditions apply: This prize is valid for two people departing before 30th April 2014.
only. Can be used towards any Topdeck Festival trip to the value of £199pp. No cash value. Not transferable. Not refundable. Subject to availability.
Prize winner must travel otherwise the prize is invalid. Must be 18-39 years old to travel with Topdeck.
The decision of the promoter (Topdeck) is final.
*TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. TNT reserves the right to cancel a Event at its own discretion.
2. In the case of cancellation of an event by TNT, the full event fee will be refunded to you.
3. In the case of a cancellation on your behalf, we regret that we are unable to offer refunds.
4. TNT and the venue reserve the right to refuse admission.
5.Registration details will be kept on a database and may be used and passed to third parties to enable the processing of tickets/registration. This information may be used by TNT Magazine, the venue, or event sponsors for marketing purpose.
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