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Matchmaker Monday V: Salty Broads Go Overboard!
May 27 @ 7:00 PM - May 28 @ 10:00 PM
Has Tinder lost it’s spark? Bumble become a fumble? Well never fear because Matchmaker Monday is here, and this time we’re making a splash!
“Come on down!” to the VEC on Monday, May 27th for Matchmaker Monday V: Salty Broads Go Overboard!
A retro nautical themed event and live game show night, complete with games, live performances, costume contest, karaoke, prizes, and more!
Back by popular demand, Matchmaker Monday is part mingling/dating event, part immersive retro variety hour and part live game show!
A place to mingle and meet new folks, start up a convo, and possibly take part in a round of our very own live dating game show: The Newlymet Game!
19+ Doors 7PM with an 8PM Start
$15 Advanced Tickets / $20 At the Door
*LGBTQIA+ inclusive event.
Whether you are looking to meet new friends or are searching for possibly more, this will be a safe space to mingle, make new connections and have fun!
Break out your best nautical themed attire and set sail for some campy good fun! Costumes are encouraged but not required.
What is “The Newlymet Game” you ask?
In the spirit of retro dating game shows (minus the heternormativity and misogyny), “The Newlymet Game” features one “Cutie” who will then choose between 3 different “Patooties” as their secrets are revealed on stage. We encourage people to sign up before hand in order for us to put them with the most appropriate and/or hilarious matches. To sign up as a contestant, or to learn more, please email us at email@example.com!
Features of Matchmaker Monday:
–Live performances by: The Saltines, Florence Fatale, Chaz Avery, Jimbo, Vivian Vanderpuss, and more!
-Board games and icebreakers at all tables.
-Live game show segments.
*Prizes for game show and costume contest winners!
– 19+ Event with alcohol served at the bar.
More info about the Victoria Event Centre:
Washrooms are gender inclusive.
This event takes place within the unceded territory of the Lekwungen speaking peoples (as represented today by the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations). Let’s continue to dismantle the colonial structures that surround this city.
The Victoria Event Centre is on the second storey of a building up a rather steep flight of 27 stairs. There is a continuous handrail up the stairwell and our workers/organizers are available to provide assistance as directed.
Accessibility Information: NEWEST INFO HERE: https://victoriaeventcentre.ca/attendees/accessibility/
Accessibility Update at the VEC here: https://victoriaeventcentre.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Accessibility-Update-1-Aug-15.pdf