Held in the venue’s historic Great Hall, the evening will commence with a champagne reception, followed by a fine-dining three-course dinner created by head chef David Bush and his team before the intimate performance takes place.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Lost Chord provides vital interactive musical experiences for people living with dementia in care homes and day centres across the region and nationally. Attracting patrons such as Sir Cliff and Lesley, Lost Chord is one of the country’s leading dementia charities.
Helena Muller, Chief Executive of Lost Chord said: “This is going to be the most special evening in our history. We are so grateful to Lincoln’s Inn for giving us permission to host a celebratory night of fine dining and great music in its spectacular historic setting.
“We’re thrilled that Lesley and Sir Cliff have both agreed to join us for the evening to support our work and entertain guests with a once-in-a-lifetime performance.”
Steeped in almost 600 years of history, Lincoln’s Inn offers an eclectic mix of indoor and outdoor spaces for up to 400 guests. The venue accommodates launches, shows, dinners, conferences and wedding receptions on its own private 11-acre estate in the heart of London. After three years of refurbishments and restoration, the Great Hall and Old Hall are now open and taking bookings for meetings, banquets and receptions.
Limited to 250 guests, tickets cost £180 per person if booked before 1 July (thereafter £200) and all proceeds raised will go towards the charity’s life-changing work. To book tickets or find out more about Lost Chord and its work with dementia, visit www.lost-chord.org.uk.