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There’s an immersive Mean Girls brunch coming to Revolution in Manchester, The Manc

There’s an immersive Mean Girls brunch coming to Revolution in Manchester

The Brunch Club is bringing “food, drink and a b*tchy comments” to Revolution Parsonage Gardens in November.
There’s an immersive Mean Girls brunch coming to Revolution in Manchester, The Manc
The Brunch Club

If you’ve ever felt personally victimised by Regina George, then there’s a Mean Girls themed brunch arriving at Revolution Parsonage Gardens in early November that you’ll want to get on your radar.

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There’s been a lot of doom and gloom this year, but this sounds like one of the best things to happen to 2020.

This 90-minute immersive experience, hosted by The Brunch Club in partnership with Revolution – the team behind the now sold-out Musical Mamma Mia Brunch that we gave you a heads up on last week – is bringing “food, drink and b*tchy comments” to Manchester city centre.

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An inclusive menu of grilled brunches, avocado toast and pancakes – with options available for vegetarians, vegans and those following a gluten-free diet – is on offer and you can also sip on a tipple or two as well, from Aperol Spritz and Prosecco, to a range of Revolution-exclusive spirits, cocktails and so much more.

There’s also bottomless soft drinks available too and the event has no age limit, so everyone is welcome to pop along to the “fetchest brunch” in Manchester.

There’s an immersive Mean Girls brunch coming to Revolution in Manchester, The Manc
Mean Girls

Along with a screening of the ever-popular film, there’ll also be quizzes and costume competitions where everyone is encouraged to take part to win a range of exclusive prizes.

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It’s not one to be missed.

The Mean Girls Brunch is landing in Manchester on Sunday 1st November 2020, with multiple 90-minute events happening throughout the day.

The Brunch Club is currently working closely with Revolution to make this event as COVID-safe as possible and is necessary, and those who book onto any event 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.

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