A new date has been added to the hugely-popular Mamma Mia musical bottomless brunch event that’s finally happening in Manchester this summer.
It comes after tickets for the initial July date sold-out in just a few days.
It was revealed earlier this month that the laid-back Greek island lifestyle and Mediterranean sunshine would be coming right here to Revolution Parsonage Gardens in Manchester, after being sadly postponed on a number of occasions last year due to ongoing restrictions amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
And in reaction to the popularity of the announcement, a second event will now take place on Sunday 22nd August 2021.
Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s unveiling of the government’s “irreversible” roadmap for lifting England’s current national lockdown, this immersive brunch experience – hosted by The Brunch Club in partnership with Revolution – 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 of course a few sing-alongs accompanied by “a great band” thrown in there too for good measure.
Along with an inclusive menu of grilled brunches, avocado toast and pancakes – with options available for vegetarians, vegans and those following a gluten-free diet – this is also a bottomless brunch, meaning you can sip on a tipple or two, from Aperol Spritz and Prosecco, to Bloody Marys, a range of beers and and so much more, all while you sing-along to your heart’s content.
Alternatively, you can skip the booze and just stick to the brunch by itself if you wish.
This sounds like it’s bound to be the perfect post-COVID Sunday in the city that you won’t go forgetting any time soon.
The Mamma Mia-themed Dancing Queen! Brunch is landing in Manchester on Sunday 22nd August 2021.
The Brunch Club has worked closely with Revolution to make this event happen, and those who book will be kept continuously updated with any changes over the coming months.
Tickets are available from £35 per head, and you can grab yours here.