If you make one New Year’s resolution make it to join us at the next Bad Mums’ Club on Thursday 25th January 8-10pm at Alkrington Community Centre, Middleton.
2018 is the year Mums need to stick together and realise it doesn’t matter if you’re not Wonder Woman, what matters is we are all doing our best and we should give ourselves a bloody good break.
Our Bad Mums’ Club nights are a chance for you to escape the mayhem of the kids for a couple of hours, meet like-minded people, have a laugh and hopefully experience something new.
Our theme for this event is New Year, New You!
Some of the things you will be able to enjoy include…
**Guest speaker – Manchester Evening News Diary Editor, Dianne Bourne. Dianne will be revealing how she copes with being a Mum and covering an array of showbiz events. Her days can be as random as dealing with nappies one minute to Noel Gallagher the next!
**SWISH! Yes ladies we are getting you ‘swishing’, so if you are having a clearout for the New Year bring along a few items of clothing on the night (that are in good condition but you can’t be bothered selling on a certain shopping site) and you can swop them with someone else’s!
**Celebrity stylist Martine Alexander will be on hand giving her expert style advice. Gok Wan has nothing on Martine and she will also be bringing a few special style items she has managed to secure for our ladies if you fancy doing a bit of shopping.
**Some of the talented team from Terence Paul Hairdressing, Manchester will be hosting a hair clinic for our Mums to have a consultation or help with hair woes. There will even be the chance for a couple of lucky Mums to have a mini restyle.
**And leading Weight Watchers coach Clare Benson will be coming along to offer a kick start to becoming a new you in 2018. Clare tells it like it is and believes you can have the odd gin or 3 and still lose weight.
Plus there will be a Prosecco bar on the night for Mums who fancy a bit of fizz!
The first 30 Early Bird tickets recieve a complimentary glass of Prosecco on arrival.
Tickets just £5 (plus the Eventbrite booking fee) book here