Rubik’s Cube Pub Crawl

This Thursday is the first pub crawl of the year!
It’s £2 per person (£3 if you don’t turned up dressed like a multi-coloured nutjob) and all money will go to Mourne Mountain rescue.So not only is it an excuse to get drunk, you are getting drunk for charity! Your hangover will save lives!

Crawl Rules

  • Wear 6 different coloured pieces of clothes that you don’t care about losing. Red, White, Blue, Orange, Green and Yellow.
  • Accessories like a pair of gloves or ear muffs count.
  • Each person can make 1 swap of clothing per pub with the aim being to get 6 pieces of the one colour by the end of the night. Like a solved rubiks cube.
  • Drink vouchers will be handed out to anyone in the last pub who presents themselves correctly to the most sober committee member present.
  • If a soberish committee member is not available a high functioning alcoholic committee member should be slapped in the face a few times to revive them.
  • Public nudity is officially not permitted (Unofficially it is only frowned upon in the mildest possible fashion)

Chances are you will never see the items of clothing again so don’t wear anything expensive! We recommend heading to charity shops, Primark or pound shops to pick stuff up on the cheap!

Pub Schedule

  1. Meet from 18.00 In Madison’s – catch the cocktail deal. This is a warm up pub for hardcore, Rubix swapping is not permitted yet to give people a chance to get out of uni and get sorted.
  2. 19:00-19:45 The Empire
  3. 19:15 Explain the Rules, collect money and commence swapping.
  4. 20:00-20:30 Lavery’s Downstairs
  5. 20:45-21:30 The Parlour
  6. 21:45-22-15 Ryan’s
  7. 22.25-23:10 Cuckoo
  8. 23.25-23.55 The Eglantine Inn
  9. 00.00-Kickout The Bot, Final swap chance and presentation of solved colours at 00:15

Hope you guys have recovered from the freshers trip!

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