Sir Cliff Richard Celebrates Lost Chords 20th Anniversary

29th May 2019

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy dinner with Sir Cliff Richard and Lesley Garrett to celebrate Lost Chord's 20th Anniversary with a performance by both musical icons, while raising money to help make the world a better place for people with dementia.

A once in a lifetime opportunity not to be missed! Tickets are available on line at www.lost-chord/shop or ring the Lost Chord Office 01709 811160. Priced at £180 until 14th June - thereafter £200. Book early for a bargain - we anticipate tickets will sell out very quickly. They include a drinks reception accompanied by a Harpist throughout, a sumptuous 3 course meal with wine in this iconic hall, followed by coffee and Petit Fours, entertainment throughout by Lost Chord musicians, culminating in an intimate performance by both Sir Cliff Richard and Lesley Garrett. The event will be held in the fantastic Lincoln's Inn Great Hall, London. Opened by Queen Victoria in 1845, the Great Hall is the largest hall of any of the Inns and is considered to be one of the most distinguished buildings designed by Philip Hardwick working in the Tudor Revival style. On the North Wall is a huge and magnificent fresco executed by G.F. Watts, the Pre-Raphaelite painter, showing the world's law givers' from Moses to Edward I. The Bench Rooms are hired in conjunction with the hall and are used as reception areas.  

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