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Love Island stars including Molly Mae and Curtis are heading to city nightclubs – Worcester News

Love Island stars including Molly Mae and Curtis are heading to city nightclubs – Worcester News

19 September 2019 NEWS



SHOW: Runner up Molly Mae will be appearing in Worcester. Picture: ITV

SHOW: Runner up Molly Mae will be appearing in Worcester. Picture: ITV

LOVE Island stars are heading to Worcester nightclubs.

Stars of the popular ITV2 dating show will be appearing at Sin in New Street andBushwackersin Trinity Street this month, and in October as part of the lovefreshers event.

For the University Of Worcester Freshers Parties stars from the popular fifth series will be the hosts at the two venues.

Tonight will see Sam Thompson from Made in Chelsea hosting a UV Rave Party and Love Islander Jordan Hames is scheduled to appear tomorrow.

Runner up Mollie Mae Hague will be appearing at the venues on September 26, while on October 3 it will be the turn of finalist Anton Danyluk.

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On October 10, fellow finalist Curtis Pritchard was be at city centre nightclubs.

Parties include UV lighting, shows, full decor, face painting, confetti cannons, stilt walkers, fire acts, CO2 Cannons and dancers.

A special fresher party wristband has been organised for students. Tickets cost up to £30, and include free entry to the nightclubs on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays until October 30.

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The wristband also offers queue jumping, and special photo opportunities with the Love Islanders.

Tickets for the wristbands can be purchased at eventbrite.co.uk by searching forUniversity of WorcesterFreshers Party, or at lovefreshers.co.uk.

The show has grown in popularity since its first series in 2015. Love Island’s 2019 finale attracted an average audience of 3.63 million, and during this year’s run it broke the channel’s all-time ratings record.

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