Rainy City Tender Hooligans vs Hellfire Harlots + Coached Skater Debut
2pm - Doors on Sat 2nd Nov - At the Thunderdome
“Uh, the Tender Hooligans are really good.” The Apex
Watch all the action live as Rainy City’s mighty B team the Tender Hooligans face Nottingham’s Hellfire Harlots at the Thunderdome. Both teams have excelled this year, consistently rising in the rankings, and they’re now 11th and 13th in Europe. It’s going to be a great game.
Coached Skater Debut
We’re also inviting new skaters to take part in our Cats vs Dogs themed coached Skater Debut that will run before the main Hoolies game. If you’ve recently passed your WFTDA Minimum Skills Test and would like to test your skills in a fully officiated game, this one’s for you. At our last Debut, Rookie skaters were coached by experienced Rainy skaters on track. New skaters found the extra support and feedback super useful, so we’re doing it again. You’ll be part of a team with a dedicated bench crew and your on track coaches are All Stars Lauren Swaffield, Avron, Penny Block and Fairy Quake.
Join us for an afternoon of some thrilling roller derby and the freshest roller derby talent! The cafe and bar will be open all day selling hot and cold drinks and delicious snacks.
Saturday 2nd November
☔️ 2pm – Doors open
☔️ 3pm – Skater Debut
☔️ 5pm – Rainy City Tender Hooligans vs Hellfire Harlots
Venue: The Thunderdome, 51-53 King Street, Oldham, OL8 1EU
Tickets: £7 advance / £9 OTD. Under 14s free with a paying adult | Skater debut tickets £10
Dogs are welcome
Photo by Roller Derby on Film
Cats vs Dogs Skater Debut Info
- WFTDA Minimum Skills passed
- This debut is for all post mins skaters 18+, adhering to the WFTDA gender policy
- 0-5 games experience
- Please bring your own white and black tops with your name and number clearly printed on them
- You will receive an email from our Skater Debut team about assigning you to a team: Cats or Dogs!
@ the Thunderdome
Our home venue is entirely run and managed by Rainy City Roller Derby and all ticket sales go directly to supporting the league. It’s easy to get to by public transport or car, just next to the Oldham tram stop, or off junction 20 of the M60.GET DIRECTIONS