By Rach Griffiths
If you are out and about around the streets of Nantwich this coming November and you see Zombies and Mummies then don’t panic, you won’t be seeing things because the Monster Mash Ball is back for 2013!
The team at the popular Warble Entertainment have announced they will be holding another fantastic Monster Mash event in Nantwich this year in aid of two local charities.
If you did not go to the last ball back in October 2012, then you missed out on a real treat.
Warble are well known for going all out to put on some great themed events and the last monster mash ball held at the civic hall was no exception.
The two charities that are to be supported at this amazing evening are St Lukes (Cheshire) Hospice and Macmillan.
Warble are hoping to raise a lovely amount to be split between the two charities and give everyone a brilliant night to remember.
All that fun for two local causes so what more can you ask for?
I went to the last Ball myself in 2012 and I was amazed at the work that had been put into the night.
We were greeted by a magician and fabulous showgirls as we went into the hall.
The tables were superbly decorated and really set off the atmosphere of the night as soon as you walked in.
Everybody in there were wearing fancy monster dress.
The room was awash with Mummies, Zombies and even the predator made an appearance which I must say went down a storm, that costume was brilliant!.
There will be a cash prize on the night for the best dressed person so why not let your imagination run away with you?
The fantastic Indie Killers will be back on stage and will be once again rocking the large dance floor along with Friends of the bride and a brilliant Lady Gaga tribute.
The evening starts at 7.30pm until late on Saturday 2nd November at the Civic Hall, Nantwich
Tickets are £20 each and are avaliable directly from Warble Entertainment please telephone:
You can find out more about Warble Entertainment and their fantastic themed events on the link below.
Warble are also on Twitter @Warble_Ents
If you wish to read more about the charities supported please click the logos below to be taken to their websites for support and information
Story ©Rach Griffiths 2013
Photos and logo by kind permission of Warble Entertainment