Pot Kettle Black is launching a bottomless ‘Sunday Service’ next month at its newest city centre location in Angel Gardens.
The popular cafe and eatery – which is known for its Antipodean coffee culture served with a northern accent – first opened doors in Manchester city centre back in 2014 from its Barton Arcade home, but has recently opened up in a new location at one of the city’s most exciting and sought-after communities this past July.
And it’s at PKB’s new Angel Gardens branch that it’ll be bringing the first instalment of its bottomless ‘Sunday Service’ on Sunday 3 October at 11:30am, hosted by Lady Bushra with some special guests.
A description for the highly-anticipated event reads: “This October we’re bringing our first instalment of Pot Kettle Black’s Sunday Service hosted by Lady Bushra.
“Let us tantalise your taste buds and tickle your pickle with four hours of comedy and drag from the creme of Manchester’s camp crop – Lady Bushra, Liquorice Black, Donna Trump, Yshee Black & Christian Gay, with Rebecca Never Becky on the decks.”
As well as being treated to performances from five of Manchester’s premier queens, you can choose from slow roasted chicken leg, pan roasted chicken breast, or mushroom wellington, accompanied by roast potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, and even a Yorkshire pudding platter for the table.
If the Sunday roast wasn’t tempting enough as it is, you can also have 90-minutes of free-flowing prosecco / beer / Bloody Mary’s.
And all of this will set you back just £35 per person.
You can grab tickets to Pot Kettle Black’s ‘Sunday Service’ here.
Featured Image – PKB