CALLING all Regina, Gretchen, Karen and Cady wannabes – a Mean Girls festival is coming to the UK.
The event, which is being held in London to celebrate the film’s 15th anniversary, will see fans able to immerse themselves in the world of North Shore High School.
Visitors will be invited to attend their very own Spring Fling and enjoy food and drink inspired by the film as well as themed photo opportunities and – of course – the chance to watch the film on a giant high-definition screen.
The Mean Girls: The Movie and More event is being held at the Seymour Leisure Centre from 12th to 16th June.
Tickets are listed as costing £25, plus a £2.50 booking fee.
Announcing the event, the organisers call “all Freshmen, ROTC Guys, Preps, JV Jocks, Asian Nerds, Cool Asians, Varsity Jocks, Unfriendly Black Hotties, Girls Who Eat Their Feelings, Girls Who Don’t Eat Anything, Desperate Wannabes, Burnouts and Sexually Active Band Geeks!”
They add: “Round up your clique and get ready to celebrate the ultimate 00s movie in style.”
The experience will include “food and drink inspired by the film”, “exclusive Mean Girls-themed photo ops”, “a screening of the movie on a giant high definition screen” and “the chance to attend your very own Spring Fling”.
Mean Girls was released in June 2004, and stars Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Tina Fey among others.
The event’s announcement comes after it was revealed that FriendsFest would be returning to the UK to celebrate the show’s 25th anniversary.
It will be based in four locations across Britain, including London, Bristol, Manchester and Milton Keynes.
Fans will be able to walk around the famous sets, including Monica’s apartment and the Central Perk coffee shop.
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