Date: 28th February 2020
Place: Sandfield Primary School Guildford
Dress Code: Bingo
Our event is an adults (PTA) evening event from approx 7:30pm to 10:30pm.
Our current plan: (all timings are approx)
7:30 - arrival - drink
First round of comedy Bingo
8:30 - Food (chilli will be served)
9:00 - Games (!!!)
Second round of comedy Bingo
10:30 - approx finish ....
It would be great for the evening if each member of the audience brings a wrapped prize.
But what should I bring?
Well anything you can wrap. It could be:
- That unwanted Christmas present from this year or from the big pile of them at the back of your pants draw. Or all of them!
- A cake, food, sweets, chocolate or drink
- Something to wear that no longer fits
- Something from the shed
- The keys to that Porsche that's been costing you money to garage but is too small for the family
- Something a bit edgey. You draw the line.
- If you're feeling flush, perhaps a chocolate orange.
My imagination is running wild, can I bring more than one prize?
Yes, as many as you like.
Is it like a jumble sale where I can dump my junk but everything is free?
No, please wrap each item.
Can I use christmas wrapping paper?
You can use anything you like, even newspaper. Or a Louis Vitton bag (my wife likes that one for £1939). You can just bung it in an Aldi (or Waitrose, I dont know the school social group!) bag if you are in a rush.
Will it be funny?
Funny is in the eye of the beholder. Jes will certainly find it funny.
Jes sounds like an amazing star comedian, will most of the money go to him?
You're right he is. But Jes is giving up his time for free, although he might get his meal gratis (if he forgets to pay - awkward).
Is Jes one of those that picks on people near the front?
No, Jes picks on everyone, especially those cowering at the back.
Will I be cooler because I can say I went to Sandfield Primary School Comedy Bingo Night?
Will this improve my child's future prospects?
In an indirect way, yes.
Any questions please email Jes at email@example.com