Location: The Royal Lancaster Hotel, London Lancaster Terrace, Bayswater, London W2 2TY
Date: Friday 24th April 2020
The St George’s Day Luncheon Club is holding its 24th charity lunch in support of CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young), and Parkinson’s UK on Friday, the 24th April at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.
Your host for the afternoon will be the legendary, Bob “The Cat” Bevan, with music from the wonderful The London Banqueting Orchestra, some sensational close-up magic provided by award winning magician Peter Wardell and friends. Finally, we have the superb tenors and divas of Incognito Artists for the stirring “Last Night of the Proms” finale!
The humor will be provided by Paul Mayhew-Archer who is a multi-award-winning writer whose credits include ‘The Vicar of Dibley’, “Mrs Brown’s Boys” and the screen version of “Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot”. Paul was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2011 but this has not stopped him making people laugh and raising awareness of his condition. He has since developed a new career as a stand-up comedian in recent years, which has seen him become one of the stars of this year’s Edinburgh Festival
You will be guaranteed a lunch full of fun, laughter and song and at the same time helping us to raise funds for our charities. To book your individual places or a table, or if you require further information please contact Peter Howell on 07836 246 584 or at firstname.lastname@example.org