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    Hi,
    Have accepted LSE as my firm choice and ABB permitting I will be there next October. Does anyone know if they have a decent Freshers' Week lined up for us? I want a Freshers' Ball and stuff, does anyone know if they do one?
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    (Original post by claire1985)
    Hi,
    Have accepted LSE as my firm choice and ABB permitting I will be there next October. Does anyone know if they have a decent Freshers' Week lined up for us? I want a Freshers' Ball and stuff, does anyone know if they do one?
    Thanks,
    Claire
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    dont expect alot of responses many people are still waiting on offers from lse. congratulations on your offer.
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    Fresher's Ball? You'll be lucky.

    The Fresher's month of madness last year wasn't too bad though. You get 1 week totally off and 1 week with just lectures (no classes ). Generally, events are evening orientated though- e.g. parties in some pretty good clubs etc. There's also loads of unofficial stuff run by halls, such as pub crawls etc.
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    Fresher's Ball? You'll be lucky.

    The Fresher's month of madness last year wasn't too bad though. You get 1 week totally off and 1 week with just lectures (no classes ). Generally, events are evening orientated though- e.g. parties in some pretty good clubs etc. There's also loads of unofficial stuff run by halls, such as pub crawls etc.
    Owwwww :-( no ball!?! Oh well, do they go to clubs that play decent music (i.e. not R and B and trance and all the other rubbish music) because crap music gives me a headache.
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    The clubs are places like Yacht Club, Ministry of Sound and No 3. Most of those are RnB, house or trance, so probably not your type of music. There's other stuff organised as well, such as Chuckles in the Quad etc, although it is biased towards clubs and stuff like that.
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    (Original post by MuvverRussia)
    The clubs are places like Yacht Club, Ministry of Sound and No 3. Most of those are RnB, house or trance, so probably not your type of music. There's other stuff organised as well, such as Chuckles in the Quad etc, although it is biased towards clubs and stuff like that.
    Owww.... I take it people do actually like 'alternative'music (it's not really alternative, i mean bands like Incubus, Weezer, Blink 182, No Doubt and The Wannadies)? Because there is no way i'm setting foot into a proper clubbers club! Chuckles, that is the comedy club right? That looks cool, I'd want to go there and I think cheesy discos are much more fun than serious clubbing, people don't take themselves so seriously!
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    The problem is that your music is too mainstream for the alt music soc and most of the alt clubs in London, so I think you'll have problems finding clubs etc.

    For general cheese, Crush isn't too bad. At least it's the cheapest Friday night out in London (door charge £3 and drinks are around £3 each, so pretty reasonable).

    Chuckle club in on Saturdays in the Tuns. Personally, it isn't that good- it's around £10 for entry, which for the Tuns is extortion . Go to comedy clubs if that's what you want.
 
 
 
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