Woolworthless night at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
CRAFTY kids will be reminiscing about the loss of Woolworths while making things out of washing-up bottles, sticky-back plastic and pipe-cleaners in a party-cum-Blue Peter episode at Bethnal Green Working Men s Club tomorrow (Sunday) night. Hunga Munga s
CRAFTY kids will be reminiscing about the loss of Woolworths while making things out of washing-up bottles, sticky-back plastic and pipe-cleaners in a party-cum-Blue Peter episode at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club tomorrow (Sunday) night.
Hunga Munga's club night with a difference will see live bands entertaining crowds of revellers engrossed in creating weird and wonderful things from free art and craft materials provided.
The Hungamungarians will be on hand during Sunday's do, called Woolworthless in honour of the former department store, to help punters with their drawing, painting, knitting, sewing, papier mache and collage.
In true Woolies' tradition there will be pick 'n' mix and Toblerones for a pound as well as live bands and drinks at the club in Bethnal Green's Pollards Row.
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The party starts at 7pm and goes on until midnight and entry costs �6.
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