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This Valentine’s Day . . . all the singles ladies, all the single ladies!

You definitely do not want to go out and be surrounded by couples on this night AND you don’t want to stay at home and be a sad sack. Well, do we have the perfect mix of a loungey, fun, quirky and respectable event for you! Something to really brag about!

Events Uncommon is hosting Anti-Valentine’s Day a Girls’ Night Out at Loop Bar in Melbourne!

This event is providing the opportunity for single females of Melbourne to go out, meet up, enjoy a hilarious chick flick and a glass of bubbles of course! We will also have the pleasure of hearing from cancer survivor and resilience coach, Jess Van Zeil! http://jessvanzeil.com/my-story/

Be very aware, this is not a man haters event, however man talk (dating, flings, exes) is strictly forbidden. This is a night of enjoyment and fun! A time and space to enjoy the beauty of life and celebrate our friendships while making some new ones too!

The host has partnered with a variety of female run business start ups in Melbourne to offer an indulgent and delectable array of lucky door pamper prizes for all ticket holders!

Your ticket will include;

– 1 arrival drink (bubbles, house wine or beer) from the Loop Bar!
– Lucky door pamper prize entry! Loads of these to be won!
– Speech from resilience coach, Jess Van Zeil!
– Screening of the 2018 New Release Comedy film The Breaker Upperers!
– Plush modular lounge chair seating!
– Direct access to the bar where food and drinks are available. See Loop Bar menu https://www.looponline.com.au/food
– A free gift from the organiser!

Don’t miss out on this absolutely one of a kind event! Limited seating and tickets!

Movie details!!! THE BREAKER UPPERERS 2018 NZ Directed and written by Madeleine Sami and Jackie van Beek

Two women cynical in love, set up an agency to break couples up as a way to avoid letting go and moving on with their lives.

Watch the trailers on you tube;

Casual – Smart Casual
Wear trackies and sneakers! Or come in your work clothes! No need to go home and get dressed up.
As it is a bar, you will need to wear proper shoes but my advice is relaxed attire. Be comfortable.

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