Why do they call it Boxing Day?

Well according to history there are a number of reasons why it’s called Boxing Day but we think what really matters, is that it’s a bank holiday and it’s still considered a part of the festive period! Which will do for us! With many people making the most of the ‘day of rest’ following a hectic previous day filled with copious amounts of wrapping paper to discard of, leftover wasted food you have to feed to the dog and the in laws you have to entertain under sufferance, there’s the rest of us who can’t wait to escape the kids and get our glad rags on for a night of boozy antics! I mean it is Boxing Day after all!
Dive consistently throw an annual Boxing Day party, but this year we’re going big! With DJ’s scheduled until 5am playing a mixture of RnB, House, Indie and Hip Hop, we can guarantee the only time you’ll be leaving the dance floor is to head to the bar! Which brings me to our newest addition to our Boxing Day celebrations!
If you haven’t heard yet, we’ve launched a brand new promotion called PRINKS which runs every Saturday night between 7pm and 1am. Boxing Day is on a Wednesday we hear you say! What’s the relevance? Well for one night only, we’re making an exception and bringing your Saturday night forward….. with eats and treats available including mini magnums and spiced lamb sliders, 4 cocktails for £20 plus bottles of Ciroc for just £80, you can bet you’ve never experienced pre-drinks quite like it before!
Don’t believe us! There’s only one way to find out….. for booth bookings up to 8 guests, head to the booking page on the website and guarantee your area now!
For group sizes of 8 or more, contact the office directly on 0161 826 3080 or drop an enquiry to emailus@divenq.co.uk
Full T&C’s apply. Please note, booths / tables are subject to availability. Deposits are required to confirm any bookings. Managers reserve all rights t withdraw all offers at any time without prior notice. Deposits are non refundable but are fully redeemable on the night against food or drinks.

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