Fundraising Dinner For Manchester Camerata

Posted on November 15, 2016

LEARNING Health landing Dementia

Join us for an evening of music, laughter and tears as we host a fundraising dinner to support Camerata’s pioneering dementia programme, in association with Albert Square Chop House.

Thursday 26 January 2017, The Albert Square Chop House, Manchester, M2 5PF

Tickets £70 per person / £700 for a table of 10

— Welcome drinks at 6.30pm with music from Manchester Camerata’s Youth Forum

— 3 course meal followed by coffee and chocolates

— Acclaimed playwright and performer Louise Wallwein will perform her monologue – “Ta Da Ta Da Ta Da Ta Da Ta Da Ta Da Taa Da Daa” – with music written & performed by Jaydev Mistry with Andrea Vogler & Heather Bills from Camerata. The piece is based on Louise’s experience of visiting Camerata’s Young Onset Dementia programme: ‘What will happen if this happens to me?’

— Cartoonist and author Tony Husband will be drawing cartoons

— Live auction hosted by fine art auctioneer and TV personality Rob Stones

— Carriages at 10pm

Thanks in advance for the generous support provided by all our entertainers & by Roger Ward of Albert Square Chop House

To make a reservation

Or call: 07866 522720

Manchester Camerata is a Registered Charity [Charity No. 503675]. All proceeds raised on the night will support Manchester Camerata.