This is probably the only time you'll be asked to wash your feet before you get into a pub. Venom is conducting a Grape Crush event for ladies on 10th September with DJ Malcom. The event will begin at 7pm.
Grape Crush promises to be a fun event for the ladies to unwind. Two barrels full of grapes will be arranged at the pub, in which you can crush the grapes barefoot.
For centuries, grapes were picked by hand, and grape stomping was how their juice was extracted, in order to be used to make wine. The practice was first legislated out of existence by the end of the 20th century in the US, after concern for public health outweighed the grape stomping tradition. However, vineyards around the world do feature grape stomping events as part of their harvest festivals.
And now, at Venom, as if things weren't lively enough, guest DJ Malcolm (from UK) will spin house music for the ladies. Malc has been using the name Malcolm Paul since 1998, before whivh he was known as Tom Sawyer and, for a short time, Malcolm Saul.
Malcolm Paul started composing music with computers when he was 13, and this led to an interest in DJing. By the summer of 1995, he received his first residency, having learnt to mix a year earlier. Apart from nightclubs in Sheffield and Gainsborough, Malcolm has played at venues as diverse as a barn in the village of Metheringham, and a country club in Ashby De La Launde. He used a Tom Sawyer alias until 1997.
He was then a resident at a Lincoln bar, which he left after nearly 3 years. StoneFinger helped organise Malc's 2002-2003 tour of North America, as part of which he he played at 8 events (5 clubs, 2 radio shows and a TV show) - in 10 nights in the US and Canada - and which which he was invited to talk about on BBC Radio Lincolnshire in spring 2003.
Malc obtained half-a-dozen residencies in Lincoln between 1995 and 2002. He has also deejayed at several international events.
Women will be offered complimentary drinks at the event. Cover charges for couples and singles (ladies) will be Rs. 1,000.
Please contact 99895-33338 for further details.