HOUSE Of Mask is a secret party where you can expect interactive puzzles, immersive theatre, street food and live art. You just won't have a clue where you are going because they take place at hidden locations, like what raves used to.
They are organised to promote Cubanisto, a beer that tastes of rum, and students partygoers have to look out for a neon lit skull which is the clue to where it's at. Presumably the next day one's own skull will feel, if not look, exactly the same - or else you haven't done it properly.
“After launching in London in April, these exciting and highly original parties embarked on a UK summer tour,” it says here. Bristol, Glasgow and Manchester have gone, now House of Mask comes to Liverpool this Friday.
With previous DJ performances from Groove Armada, B Traits & Zed Bias, there will be equally electrifying performers at Liverpool's event.
Confidential likes to take the guesswork out of these things, and can exclusively reveal that this secret party is taking place at Constellations in the Baltic Zone.
How come we're so clued up on this social scoop? Er, we looked at their website.
*House of Mask, Constellations, 35-39 Greenland St, Liverpool L1 0BS, Friday September 19, 9:30pm -1:30am. Free but you must register for tickets here.
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