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Sink the Pink announces it will come to an end after 13 “incredible” years

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Founded in 2008 by best friends Amy Zing and Glyn Fussell, it started as a way of countering “too many bland and non-inclusive nights out”.

Sink the Pink has reportedly sold more than 150,000 tickets to its events, which have been home to the likes of MNEK, Jodie Harsh and Bimini.

It has come a long way since its first event in a working mens club in East London, which was attended by 37 people. Its upcoming event will serve as a “Farewell Ball” to Sink the Pink, taking place on 15 April at Printworks in London.

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