Bourgeois & Maurice: That’s Snowbiz! at HOME

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Bourgeois & Maurice: That’s Snowbiz! at HOME
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Bourgeois & Maurice: That’s Snowbiz! at HOME Manchester, Manchester 17 — 18 December 2021 Tickets from £20.00 — Book now

HOME favourites Bourgeois & Maurice return to Manchester to present a Christmas show like no other.

The duo will be joined by different special guests every night. Handpicked by Bourgeois & Maurice from their little black book of showbiz contacts, That’s Snowbiz is guaranteed to be a night of freaky, festive joy.

Kick back, relax and give in to the social pressure of rampant consumerism this Christmas. That’s Snowbiz.

Bourgeois & Maurice: That’s Snowbiz! at HOME Manchester, Manchester 17 — 18 December 2021 Tickets from £20.00 Book now


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17 December 2021
18 December 2021

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