Fundraising Dinner For Camerata’s Dementia Programme Announced
Posted on December 1, 2015
On Thursday 28 January Manchester Camerata, in association with Albert Square Chop House will be hosting a fundraising dinner for the orchestra’s dementia programme.
The evening will be presented by the bard of Barnsley, Ian MacMillan, and will feature talks by cartoonist Tony Husband and Professor Alistair Burns on the ipact of dementia, and how Camerata’s Music in Mind programme is creating positive social change for people living with dementia.
Join us for an inspiring evening of music laughter and tears.
Tickets: £70 per person
Tables of ten available
Welcome drinks – 6.30pm
Four course meal
- The evening is being hosted by the bard of Barnsley, Ian MacMillan.
- Cartoonist Tony Husband will talk about his book, ‘Take Care, Son’.
- Caricaturist Mike Bryson will be pencilling portraits.
- Prof. Alistair Burns will talk about the impact of Camerata’s work on people with dementia.
- Music from Manchester Camerata.
Silent auction throughout the night
Live auction: lots include VIP tickets to Camerata’s Hacienda Classical
To Make A Reservation
Email: James de le Vingne
or call: 0161 226 8696
Manchester Camerata is a registered charity (charity no. 503675). All proceeds raised on the night will support Camerata’s Dementia programme.
Our thanks go to all our entertainers and Roger Ward of Albert Square Chop House for their support.