2-for-1 Forum Hertfordshire ticket offer for club nights

Hatfield Forum Hertfordshire Flirt night July 5

Hatfield Forum Hertfordshire Flirt night July 5

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Buy this week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times for an exclusive 2-for-1 ticket offer for club nights at The Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield.

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Hertfordshire’s hottest nightspot is open to the public throughout the summer months on Friday and Saturday nights.

The Forum Hertfordshire, on the University of Hertfordshire’s College Lane Campus, hosts Flirt! on Fridays and Smirnoff Saturday the following evening.

Doors to both club nights open at 10pm.

Advance tickets cost £5 per person, £7 on the door (£6 students), rising to £10 after midnight.

Hatfield Forum Hertfordshire Flirt night July 5Hatfield Forum Hertfordshire Flirt night July 5

However, the Welwyn Hatfield Times has teamed up with The Forum for an exclusive summer promotion for party-loving clubbers from Welwyn Hatfield.

In this week’s paper are 2-for-1 ticket vouchers for both Flirt! and Smirnoff Saturday – saving revellers admission prices to both weekend club nights.

To take advantage of this offer, simply cut out the coupons and take along to The Forum on the night, making sure you stick to the terms and conditions.

The vouchers are valid only on the specified date. One voucher is valid for two people. Photo ID must be shown by all entering. Over 18s only.

The management reserve the right to refuse entry and offers may be withdrawn without notice.

For full terms and conditions and more details of future events, visit www.forumhertfordshire.co.uk

As well as the WHT/The Forum Hertfordshire Summer Promotion, we will also be running a series of special competitions over the coming weeks to win exclusive signed memorabilia from gigs and club nights held at The Forum.

Among the prizes up for grabs are two signed Pendulum set lists, a giant ‘Breakout’ sign signed by The Blackout and Don Broco, and a University of Hertfordshire hoodie signed by 911, Stooshe and Professor Green.

So pick up a copy of next week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times for the chance to win the signed hoodie.

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