Last night we were once again hosted by the good people of Corcoran's Sacré Coeur for ULIP SU's annual Halloween knees-up. We were joined by the lovely Paris College of Art and, together, we revelled in a collection of costumes which were alternatively weird, flattering and downright terrifying (I'm looking at you, Nina Kelaidi). We had a lot of great costumes: Nerissa Williams as a vampire suffragette, Hannah Cartwright as a pumpkin, Joe Thompson as a Lichtenstein painting, Nick Kent as a shirtless centurion (cynical bit of torso displaying there Nicholas -Edit: I misremembered, Nick was actually a Mexican luchador is is now going my 'el Aguila', watch out ladies) then there were a lot of people who just seemed to be dead versions of things. Lots of cats too (including one grumpy cat).
Drinks were cheap and we had the venue for a good long time dancing and drinking to our heart's content beneath Corcoran's spooky decorations and lots of strobe lighting. A heroic effort by all those who had planes/trains/buses to catch today but came out anyway. It was lovely to see you all!
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