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It makes a difference to the general community and to the way that other people think they can market things to students. Promotional posters and flyers, as well as student club marketing on Facebook pages and social media, are covered by the ASA and material must adhere to its harm and offence code, which requires that adverts are not harmful, offensive or misleading. This covers sexualised imagery in an inappropriate context. We wanted to make it look do-able, and have a good fucking time too. What have you done in the past and what are you aiming for in the future?

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As for the future, there is Club night slut lot to come. That is a really hard question! I think it might have to be one from last year. The music and vibe that night was pure fire from start to finish. What would you say to newcomers to your event? Slut Drop is all about bringing the best in experimental, boundary-pushing electronic. Expect genres to be mixed up and messed around, be ready for some big sounds and come with an open mind. Remember where you are; we are not a main stream venue or night so to treat the space with respect, make friends if you want — everyone is super friendly and the cheap drinks will keep flowing!

What is your next event? Our musical tastes are super compatible and their DIY attitude makes us a great match. All the details can be found on our Facebook page.