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Busy time for the Sisters

Busy time for the Sisters

The Manchester Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have been very busy this last month, with appearances at BarPop, The Goose, Mother's Ruin, ChaCha Boudoir and The Rem.

They've been spreading the good word around town, raising money for various charities and giving out safer sex packs all over the place!

This Thursday (Dec 1st) will see them working extra hard. From 2pm they will be selling World AIDS Day red ribbons on Market Street, the heart of the shopping area - and they're hoping our Lord Mayor, Carl Austin-Behan, will join them at some point too! Then they're off to Richmond Tea Rooms to have a cuppa and a warm up before heading out to Sackville Park for the World AIDS Day vigil, around 6pm. The Sisters will be mincing down Canal Street for the Candlelit Procession after the vigil, then ending up at The Eagle for their inclusive night of cabaret and fund-raising from 8pm.

See if you can catch them out and about as they are a real fun organisation, always raising money for charity and having a laugh too.

Read more about them on their website via the link below.

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Published: 1-Dec-2016

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