Two free parties this week!
posted by Cari Turley on Tue, Nov 30, 2010
in At the theatre , Events
Want to see a play, have a few drinks, and dance with cute strangers? Of course you do! Which is why you should check out the parties we're throwing at Berkeley Rep this week:
- On Wednesday (December 1), there’s night/OUT, a free party for the LGBT community. Grab a ticket to Lemony Snicket’s The Composer is Dead that night (psst: use the code NIGHT online to get 20% off, or 50% if you’re under 30), then stick around and enjoy the party! We’ll have beer from Triple Rock Brewery, wine from Raymond Vineyards, a pre-show tequila tasting with Tres Agaves, and plenty of sweet and savory snacks from our neighbor Amanda's -- and it’s all free! Berkeley Rep's own DJ Pauline will be spinning records (or, you know, queuing up MP3s), and you’re practically guaranteed a good time.
- On Friday (December 3), come back for 30-Below, a free party for the under-30 crowd sponsored by The San Francisco Bay Guardian. Get a ticket (use the code WEB30 and it’s half-price), see the show, and stick around for drinks, dancing, food, and more. We'll have more treats from Amanda's, pre-show margaritas with Tres Agaves, and beer from local favorite Ale Industries. DJ Ome will be playing the hottest music from nine to midnight, and you don't want to miss it!
If you happen to be under 30 and a member of the LGBT community, I am hereby challenging you to come to both events. If you're up for it, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll prepare some kind of prize for you. No, seriously. I will. See you there!