Here's How To Get Free Prosecco On International Women's Day
International Women's Day is bringing a heap of exciting events into our lives on 8th March. Between all the incredible festivals and talks, we're not ashamed to say that we'll be on a trail of a few complimentary bubbles too.
Hey, when you're fixing the damage done by centuries of patriarchy, you deserve a cold glass of prosecco or two.
Read on for Tyla's guide to finding free fizz on IWD. Cheers!
Free yoga and prosecco at New Cross House
At New Cross House, Siân Louise Spicer of BIND will be leading a totally free yoga class to celebrate IWD. Plus, yogis will get a glass of prosecco on the house afterwards to celebrate. How great is that? All levels welcome, and mats are provided. Hurry, because spaces are limited! 12-1pm on Sunday 8th March 2020. 316 New Cross Rd, New Cross, London SE14 6AF.
Talks and Fizz at The Holly Bush
Settle in for a night of inspiring free talks (and free prosecco!) with The Athena Network - the leading networking, training and development network for women in the UK - at The Holly Bush in Hampstead. Regional director Sophie Fleming and several other members of the team will be talking about how they got where they are today. 7.30pm, 8th March 2020. 22 Holly Mount, London NW3 6SG.
Bubbles and British classics at Old Compton Brasserie
Rally your best gal pals and head to Old Compton Brasserie, who will be plating up all their traditional Sunday fare (delicious!) and serving a glass of free bubbly to every woman. Choose from a laidback brunch, share-style platters and British classics. All day, 8th March 2020. 36, 38 Old Compton St, Soho, London W1D 4TT.
Ping pong and bevvies at Bounce
Bounce - the home of ping pong - is offering a free drink to all women at its venues in Old Street for IWD. Choose from wine, beer and mixers. OK, it's not quite prosecco, but this sounded too fun not to include. Grab a bat and ball and prepare to get competitive! All day, 8th March 2020. Bounce Old St, 241 Old St, Old Street, London EC1V 9EY. Bounce Holborn, 121 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD.
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Bubbly and belly laughs at Komedia
Enjoy a stellar trio of female comedians at Krater Comedy Club International Women's Day Special at Komedia, Brighton. A free glass of prosecco will be served to the first 30 customers through the door, and £1 from each ticket goes to domestic abuse charity Rise UK. Headlined Luisa Omielan and featuring Esther Manito, the night will be MC'd by Laura Lexx. Tickets £6 - £13. 8pm, Sunday 8th March. 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN.
Free glass of Prosecco for first 30 customers in + £1 from each ticket goes to @riseuk at our Krater #Comedy Club #InternationalWomensDay Special on Sun 8 Mar!
Headlined by @luisaomielan ft. @esther_manito @DarcieSilver & MC @lauralexx.https://t.co/sBvYpJ8H2p#iwd #iwd2020 pic.twitter.com/2vGEKFVVsU
- Komedia Brighton (@KomediaBrighton) March 3, 2020
Raise a glass to Coppafeel
Head to this free IWD event to raise awareness for breast cancer charity Coppafeel. Free prosecco will be served on arrival between 6pm-7pm followed by an awareness talk on how to check for signs of breast cancer. Expect drink deals, themed cocktails and much more. 7pm Sunday 8th March 2020. John Gandys, 23 Gandy Street, Exeter, EX4 3LS.
A chilled one at The Pied Horse pub
The Pied Horse in Bristol will be serving a chilled glass of prosecco to every woman who comes into the pub this International Women's Day. This friendly family pub has a juke box, a well-stocked bar and is dog friendly. Cheers to that! All day, Sunday 8th March 2020. 94 Summerhill Road, Bristol, BS5 8JS.
Whet your appetite at The Chateau
Ladies dining at The Chateau restaurant in Croydon can enjoy a glass of the bubbly stuff on the house. The A La Carte menu includes delicious British classics and generous share-style platters. All day, Sunday 8th March 2020. The Chateau Restaurant, Coombe Lane, Croydon, CR0 5RE.
Find out more about International Women's Day 2020 here.
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