The Purge is coming to Canterbury

A one night only halloween event where you can act out all your darkest desires.

A Canterbury nightclub will be hosting a halloween event based on the movie ‘The Purge’.

Tokyo Tea Rooms, a night club well known for its student friendly environment will be turning things upside down on October 31.

The event page encourages all party-goers to dress up and fulfil their deepest desires.

‘We have just one rule; make sure you wear a mask or dress up to hide your identity’

We wanted to do something that was a little more classy than the usual zombie, clown, Halloween party. Something that hasn’t been done before in Canterbury and isn’t ridiculously over priced.

Three, Two, One… Purge!

A spokesperson for the club said: “We want our Purgers to feel that they are part of something so we will be playing the Purge siren at random times during the night, every time it goes off there will be a Halloween Bombs at the bar for £1.30 for a time period of 10 minutes, this will add a little chaos to the party.

“We are are also giving away some cash and item prizes to the best dressed individual, Purge partners and Purge Squad!

One more rule, DON’T be late to the party.”

The event boasts a few other extras treats:

  • Cash & item prizes for best dressed
  • Fully decorated venue
  • Blood Beer Pong
  • Trick or Treat shots
  • Face Painters (just in case we there are some stragglers who end up at the club and aren’t dressed for the occasion)

How much are tickets?

Tickets are £3, which you can book online here. This price also includes a queue jump.

Where is it?

It’s right next to Christ Church Students’ Union.

Address: Tokyo Tea Rooms, St George’s Place, Canterbury CT1 1UT.

What even is The Purge?

Essentially, it’s a movie about where humanity can commit any crime for one night. ‘Purging’ out all the darkest desires.

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Claisse Opulencia

Editor-in-Chief of Unified. Claisse is a third year multimedia journalism student at CCCU. Amnesty Media Award Finalist 2018, IRN Awards Runner-up 2018 and nominated for two SPA Awards 2018.

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