Suns out, guns out
It is going to go OFF this weekend as Hull students prepare themselves for their annual pub crawl.
This year’s UV beach party theme sees students dressing to impress as they dust off their shorts and squeeze into their skimpiest vests, for no other reason than because they can wear their sunglasses indoors.
This boozy pilgrimage through Hull’s old town drags participants round Rift and Co, The William Wilberforce, SOHO, The Mission and finishing the night at The Sugar Mill.
Computer Science fresher Andrew Gittus is attempting his THIRD carnage experience this weekend.
He said: “It’s my birthday on Sunday, so I’m really looking forward to it, this is my third carnage and I’m yet to have a bad one. Can’t wait.”
With Carnage plastered over social media, the turnout is expected to be high.
And with tickets guaranteeing free entry to each event for the mere price of £10, it’s one not to be missed.
Pub crawl virgin and Psychology fourth year Holly Chisholm said:
“It’s my first Carnage so looking forward to seeing what it’s like. I’ve been told to expect a heavy one.”
As well as the challenge of finishing the crawl on both feet, (easier said than done), individuals are encouraged to complete the theme related tasks listed on the back of the free Carnage t-shirt provided.
The timing of this year’s event could not be more perfect, with student loans just in and exams round the corner.
Whether it’s turbo chargers in The Mission, pitchers in Rift or just watching the Wilberforce door staff dance the night away, each venue provides a unique set of drinks and atmosphere.
So glow sticks and marker pens at the ready, Carnage looks like it’s going to be a big one.