Punky Prom Ticket
Punkies do Birmingham!
Dress up and dance! Or not, this Punky prom is whatever you want it to be. There will be no king or queens or popularity contests happening here, just a bunch of Punkies getting together to have the best time ever.
We have created this Punky Prom event to coincide with our latest instalment of the PMUK's Mega Night Out, which has now become a Mega Weekender for the sheer amount of activities and people that come in to attend them.
More details will be coming in the few weeks but what you need to know now is that we will be partying it up, Saturday, July 13th at The Eagle & Ball in Birmingham UK.
Party will run from 7pm - 12:30am
Your ticket price will include your first drink, some light bites and kickass goodie bag among other Punky surprises.
Tickets are limited to 120 Punkies and it will sell out.
£15 Presale tickets will run until Monday 15th April and then go up to £18 until June 30th or when we sell out. Payment plan will also be available then for a small surcharge.
Nervous about showing up alone? Pick our Punky buddy pass option and you will be paired up with a buddy 2 weeks before the event.
The Eagle & Ball opened to the public as a backstreet public house, sometime in the 1850’s. The now infamous Peaky Blinders were notorious in much of the surrounding areas, so may have kept a very close eye on the goings-on there. Now a Grade II listed building, it has been lovingly restored and incorporated into the new Birmingham City University buildings. There are They have full steep free access at street level and spacious lifts to the upper floor.
Luisa, our Birmingham chapter president is hard at work creating a Birmingham accessibility city guide for us all. It will include directions to and from the venue, hotel, brunch cafe and all train stations and coach station sorted. We will send this out as a downloadable link to all ticket holders when it is completed.
No refunds on tickets. It will be your responsibility to sell yours on if you cannot attend anymore.
Beautiful poster design by the powerhouse feminist artist Taynee Tinsley