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Sat, Dec 02 - Sun, Dec 03 2023

Rage Against - Rage Room Weekend,

London, England, United Kingdom London, England, United Kingdom

  • About the event

    Rage Against is London's first rage room project, offering a safe and controlled space for individuals to release their repressed emotions by smashing and destroying recyclable items. Our mission is to improve participants' mental wellbeing, promote sustainable waste management and offer an active, fun and sober alternative to the London entertainment scene. The goal of the events is fundraising for a permanent venue.

    The events will take place at a Hackney-based venue. 

    All participants are asked to read and sign liability waiver and Terms & Conditions to ensure they understand the risks of using a rage room. They are asked to wear safety coveralls, helmet, face shield, gloves and hearing protection. The items for smashing range from glass and pottery to flat screens and printers.

    Why should you sponsor?

    We are not just another rage room venture. Recognising the lack of sober entertainment venues in London, we want to re-define the concept of going out by offering a unique form of sober entertainment that promotes both mental and physical wellbeing. Through research and liaison with mental health professionals, we believe that releasing pent-up emotions, ultimately contributes to improved mental health. We have witnessed a growing demand for such an outlet in the city, especially following Covid lockdowns and growing concerns over mental health. We are collaborating with mental health services and professionals to raise awareness of mental health, particularly the impact of anger, stress and anxiety.

    We are also on a mission to promote sustainable waste management by partnering with responsible recycling companies and joining street and park clean up actions to source items for smashing. The majority of the inventory is sourced from community waste and gifted items to charity shops unsuitable for sale. By ensuring that the remains of those items are taken to our recycling partner, we will prevent unwanted items from ending up on a landfill.

    The ultimate goal is to secure a spacious venue for a rage room but also exhibit street art and utilising the venue to host other events promoting mental wellbeing and sobriety, such as art therapy sessions and ball pit games.


    Zofia Durkiewicz

    ABOUT US 

    Rage Against is London's first rage room project, offering a safe and controlled space for individuals to release their repressed emotions by smashing and destroying recyclable items. Our mission is to improve participants' mental wellbeing, promote sustainable waste management and offer an active, fun and sober alternative to the London entertainment scene. The goal of the events is to fundraise for a permanent venue.

    ABOUT THE FOUNDER 

    Rage Against is a female founded business started by Zofia. She has an experience of working in law enforcement and has seen the impact of bottling up emotions on people far too many times. More importantly, Zofia has the first hand experience of managing risk and public safety. Zofia is also an amateur boxer. She is supported by a wonderful team of volunteers with a wide range of experiences in working at events. 

    OUR MISSION

    We are not just another rage room venture. Recognising the lack of sober entertainment venues in London, we want to re-define the concept of going out by offering a unique form of sober entertainment that promotes both mental and physical wellbeing. Through research and liaison with mental health professionals, we believe that releasing pent-up emotions, ultimately contributes to improved mental health. We have witnessed a growing demand for such an outlet in the city, especially following Covid lockdowns and growing concerns over mental health. We are collaborating with mental health services and professionals to raise awareness of mental health, particularly the impact of anger, stress and anxiety.

    We are also on a mission to promote sustainable waste management by partnering with responsible recycling companies and joining street and park clean up actions to source items for smashing. The majority of the inventory is sourced from community waste and gifted items to charity shops unsuitable for sale. By ensuring that the remains of those items are taken to our recycling partner, we will prevent unwanted items from ending up on a landfill.

    The ultimate goal is to secure a spacious venue for a rage room but also exhibit street art and utilising the venue to host other events promoting mental wellbeing and sobriety, such as art therapy sessions and ball pit games.

    SAFETY 

    All participants are asked to read and sign liability waiver and Terms & Conditions to ensure they understand the risks of using a rage room. They are asked to wear safety coveralls, helmet, face shield, gloves and hearing protection. The items for smashing range from glass and pottery to flat screens and printers.

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  • 101-250 attendees expected


    37% Male Attendees


    63% Female Attendees

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2 available packages from £200 to £2000

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Want to support a female founded business?

By becoming a sponsor for Rage Against, you will not only support a female-founded initiative but also be recognised as a champion for mental health and sobriety in the community. Rage Against is more than just an event—it's a movement. We are creating a space where individuals can experience the therapeutic benefits of sober entertainment while promoting mental well-being. Your support will play a crucial role in making this vision a reality.

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