Fresh from a stint in the boxing ring raising funds for the James Bulger Memorial Trust, charity Ambassador Kirsty Lucas shows no signs of stopping as she puts the finishing touches to a Mother’s Day fashion extravaganza.
Kingdom nightclub, Harrington Street, will play host to ‘It’s a Liverpool Thing’, a jam packed evening of home-grown talent to raise much needed funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Kirsty, who recently lost her Nan to cancer decided to organise the event as a tribute.
She said:” I thought it was a good idea to turn a negative into a positive.
“The Mother’s Day event will be a lovely evening out for all those glam mum’s in the city as well as helping to raise money for Macmillan, who were so supportive to me and my family.
“Cancer touches everyone and we’d like to give something back.”
The entertainment line-up is full to the brim with fashion shows from Liverpool designers such as Jake Nuttall and Erica Wildflower spring collections and live music from The Ambition, Red and Merseyrail Sound Station winner, Lewis Maxwell.
A pop-up store from Harvey Nicholls will be offering free mini treatments on the night alongside prize-draw raffles and a delicious buffet courtesy of Munchies catering.
Kirsty, of Liverpool based cake sculpters, Ps, Don’t Forget the Cake, is determined to stage yet another successful fundraising event following on from a night of amateur boxing at Fusion, Fleet Street, last Friday.
She said:” Cancer touches everyone, not only families but also friends and the wider community and this fundraiser is our way of giving something back.”
Why not treat your mum to something different this Mother’s Day, indulge in a little glamour and help raise funds for Macmillan, tickets are available on the door at Kingdom, priced at £5.
The event starts at 5pm and is strictly over 18’s only.