City Connect proudly announces the latest charity event organised by ACT – the registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals, which includes Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital.
A pre-festival launch of the Cambridge Summer Music Festival, An Evening of Latin American Music and Dance on Sunday 10 July celebrating the health link between Addenbrooke’s Abroad and El Salvador, will be a unique charity event held under cover in the gardens of the Old Vicarage, Grantchester, by kind permission of Lord and Lady Archer.
This special event in an iconic Cambridge location will be an unforgettable evening with entertainment from The Festival Chorus, world-music performers Kosmos Ensemble and accordian virtuoso Milos Milivojevic who will perform music with a tango flavour by composer Astor Piazzolla, and more including Latin American guitar music and dance demonstrations.
In cabaret style – ticket price includes a hamper with a variety of food for all tastes and dietary requirements and wine. Click here for hamper contents. There will be a paying bar with sangria, South American beer and wine and soft drinks, and a raffle – first prize a Nintendo Wii!
The event will raise funds for Addenbrooke’s Abroad, part of ACT, which supports hospital staff in sharing their skills and knowledge with hospitals abroad, particularly those in developing countries, and in doing so using these experiences to improve the care of patients at Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals.
Date: Sunday 10 July 2011
Time: 7.30pm – 10pm (Gates open at 6.30pm.)
Tickets: £45 each including entertainment and hamper
You can buy tickets by clicking here.
ACT is the registered charity for Cambridge University Hospitals, which includes Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Rosie Hospital. ACT raises additional funds to help make a difference for patients at the hospitals and help save lives.
Charitable donations have bought extra high-tech equipment, paid for additional specialist staff, contributed to environmental enhancements and funded research to improve the understanding of conditions and find possible cures for patients in Cambridge and around the world.
There are many ways to support ACT and help make a difference for patients. For more information go to: www.actcharity.org.uk
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