Students are pulling out all the stops to celebrate the women of Liverpool in an all singing, all dancing charity night.
Pink and Powerful is an annual celebration hosted at the Academy to showcase the inspiring achievements of women across the Liverpool region, whilst inspiring attendees to follow in their footsteps. This community event brings together mothers, daughters, sisters, friends and neighbours to enjoy an evening of aspiration for a great cause.
This year North Liverpool Academy is inviting Liverpool’s women to join them on Wednesday 25th November to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, who have recently opened a specialist care unit at the new Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Hosted by BBC Radio Merseyside presenter Gnunan Adamu, the evening will feature a fashion show sponsored by Liverpool John Moores University (including garments designed by ex-pupils) and REX Liverpool. There will also be a Q&A with fashionista Justine Mills, the owner of legendary fashion boutique Cricket and Liverpool’s next big girl band, ‘Girl Talk’ who will also take to the stage to perform for the crowd.
Attendees will be able to explore a series of pop-up pamper stalls, including a nail bar, hair salon, make-up studio and more, with the first 100 attendees receiving a pamper package goody bag sponsored by Unilever and Lush Cosmetics.
Pink and Powerful is on Wednesday 25th November from 6-8pm, at North Liverpool Academy.
Tickets are available on the door for £2, with all proceeds being donated to Teenage Cancer Trust to support the incredible work they do for young people fighting cancer. Call 0151 260 4044 for more details.
We look forward to seeing you there!