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The Book Club

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100–106 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4RH
  • Telephone 020 7684 8618
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  • Website www.wearetbc.com
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Color Me Badd Dates

Diary Days 7-Year Anniversary - Shoreditch

Color Me Bad Dates London Is Back LIVE in 2021 We’ve had a lot of newcomers ask us about whether this is a dating event or not…. The answer is “no”, it is for everybody! Enjoy! Dating in London can seriously suck arse sometimes. From the jaw-droppingly shocking to the absolutely hilarious, let’s be honest – we’ve all been there… BEHOLD the incredibly popular “Color Me Badd Dates”! The event where we hold an open mic night embracing the TERRIBLE, cringe-worthy dating fails that we’ve all experienced whilst navigating through the world of singledom. It is absolutely hilarious, so come and bring your best dating war stories (or just be there for the support and the laughs) set in an awesome location The Book Club, Shoreditch! There’ll be general unpredictable hilarity!

Wed 16 Feb

Diary Days 7 - Shoreditch

Diary Days 7-Year Anniversary - Shoreditch

Diary Days – Shoreditch WE ARE BACK in 2022! A lot of newcomers asking us whether this is a dating event. Ummmmm…. No, it is not – it is for everybody! “I wasn’t allowed to go to Fitch’s party today coz I got grounded. My dad thinks I’m seeing too much of the guys + it’s affecting my schoolwork so I’m not allowed to see them outside school. He also thinks I have been groping them! Dad has got the flu. His temperature is 110. I hope he dies.” ( Taken from “Cringe” by Sarah Brown). Diary Days has become one of London’s funniest cult nights out! After the huge sell-out success of “Diary Days” over the past 7 AMAZING years, we’re super excited to announce that Diary Days is back for the first time in 2021! It’s your chance to laugh at yourself and others as we read out our most cringe-worthy entries from our past whilst having a few drinks. If you can’t find your old diary, bring your old travel diary, love letters, report card, Christmas list, detention note or even an old group email you sent to friends and family before social media took off. It is really starting to become a bit of an “open mic” and release for a lot of people. Either way, it’s a great chance to do something completely unique, so we can’t encourage you enough to get involved. If you feel that reading is too much for your first visit (although it is incredibly addictive) – feel free just to come and watch or be there for moral support if you’d prefer.

Wed 19 Jan

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