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5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer, The Manc

5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer

What’s better than a bottomless brunch? A themed bottomless brunch of course.

Summer is well and truly here, and Manchester is a city that knows how to make the most of it before 2021 is over.

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With the government having confirmed that the country’s so-called ‘Freedom Day’ will in fact be happening on 19 July – with rules on the wearing of face masks, social distancing, mass gatherings, and more all set to ease – it’s understandable that many of us have now decided to properly start making our summer plans.

And a bottomless brunch is sure to be on the hit list for plenty of people.

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What’s better than a bottomless brunch though? A themed bottomless brunch of course – and luckily, there’s a whole host of them happening in Manchester city centre over the next couple of months.

Each of the immersive brunch events are being hosted by The Brunch Club, who has been working closely with Revolution Parsonage Gardens in Manchester to make each them happen, and those who book will be kept continuously updated with any changes.

There will be an inclusive menu of grilled brunches, avocado toast and pancakes – with options available for vegetarians, vegans and those following a gluten-free diet – all on offer, and of course with these being bottomless brunches, you can also sip on a tipple or two, with everything from Aperol Spritz and Prosecco, to Bloody Marys, a range of beers and so much more to choose from.

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Alternatively, you can skip the booze and just stick to the brunch by itself if you’d prefer.

From events inspired by singing superstars, to cult-classic films and musicals, we’ve rounded up five of the best themed bottomless brunches taking place in Manchester this summer.

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1. Beyonce Karaoke Brunch

Revolution Parsonage Gardens

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Sunday 26 September

5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer, The Manc

Calling all the single ladies, girls who run the world, or anyone who’s crazy in love – this one’s for you.

An immersive Beyonce-themed karaoke bottomless brunch experience is arriving at Revolution Parsonage Gardens this September, and it’s perfect for a proud member of the ‘BeyHive’, or anyone who fancies belting out Queen B’s greatest hits, all while sipping on a cocktail.

Each 90-minute event is set to be full of “fun and madness”.

While the “singing sessions” are sure to be the main event, you’re also encouraged to come dressed for the part to be in with a chance of bagging some exciting prizes in the costume competition.

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Tickets are available from £35 per head – and you can grab yours here.

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2. Pirates of the Caribbean Brunch

Revolution Parsonage Gardens

Sunday 22 August

5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer, The Manc
Credit: Disney Pictures

A 90-minute bottomless brunch event based on the iconic 00s film franchise Pirates of the Caribbean is sailing into Revolution Parsonage Gardens this August.

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A description for the highly-anticipated event from The Brunch Club website reads: “Calling all pirates, wenches, mermaids and scallywags, if you’ve been waiting for the opportune moment, then this is it.

“Will you be made to walk the plank? Will you be cut in two during our live pirate sword fight? Will you be enchanted away by one of our mermaids? Will you find the hidden treasure?”

The brunch may be the main event, but there’ll also be “a quiz to test your pirate knowledge”, plenty of games, competitions and special prizes up for grabs to keep you on your toes, and while fancy dress is not compulsory, there will also be prizes for the best dressed attendees.

Tickets are available from £35 per head – and you can grab yours here.

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3. Spice Girls Karaoke Brunch

Revolution Parsonage Gardens

Sunday 26 September

5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer, The Manc
Credit: Spiceworld: The Movie

Ready to spice up your life?

A Spice Girls-themed karaoke bottomless brunch is arriving at Revolution Parsonage Gardens this September, and it’s perfect for any 90s pop fan who fancies singing along to the iconic girl band’s greatest hits while sipping on a cocktail.

Each 90-minute event is set to be full of “fun and madness”.

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Once again, while the “singing sessions” are sure to be the main event, you’re also encouraged to come dressed for the part to be in with a chance of bagging some exciting prizes in the costume competition.

Tickets are available from £35 per head – and you can grab yours here.

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4. Dancing Queen! Brunch

Revolution Parsonage Gardens

Sunday 22 August

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5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer, The Manc
Credit: Universal Pictures

The laid-back Greek island lifestyle and Mediterranean sunshine is coming right here to Manchester city centre this August.

This Mamma Mia-themed immersive brunch experience will have you singing, dancing and testing your movie trivia knowledge with a bunch of themed quizzes in the aim of trying to win some of the exciting prizes up for grabs.

There’ll also be a costume competition, all of the greatest Mamma Mia tunes blasting out, and a few sing-alongs accompanied by “a great band” thrown in there too for good measure.

Tickets are available from £35 per head – and you can grab yours here.

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5. Musicals Bingo Manchester! Grease

Revolution Parsonage Gardens

Sunday 8 August

5 of Manchester’s best themed bottomless brunches to grab tickets for this summer, The Manc
Credit: Paramount Pictures

Grease is always near the top of the list when reeling off the most beloved musicals.

First released as a musical 1971 before going on to become a critical and commercial success in the form of a smash-hit film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John in 1978, Grease depicts the lives of greaser Danny Zuko and Australian transfer student Sandy Olsson who develop an attraction for each other.

It developed a cult following of fans in the process – but how well do you reckon you know the story and the songs?

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Now’s your chance to put your knowledge to the test at this ‘musicals bingo’ bottomless brunch.

Tickets are available from £35 per head – and you can grab yours here.

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