Glittering Fundraiser at Art Deco Midland
A chance to own a pirate ship which played a starring role at a Lancaster theatre recently could soon be yours.
The Hispaniola was the centrepiece of the set for Treasure Island which entertained thousands of people at The Dukes over Christmas.
And this unique piece of scenery could soon be sailing its way to a garden or play area near you as it is one of the main attractions of a charity auction which takes place at a major Dukes fundraising event in March.
Other ‘must have’ items in the auction include a fortnight in South Africa in a beautiful holiday home during whaling season and a unique architectural tour of Berlin in the company of the architects who designed the prizewinning London Olympic 2012 shooting arena.
The Dukes Diamond Charity Dinner will be the most stylish, sophisticated event in Lancashire this year.
Taking place at The Midland in Morecambe on March 16, it will be a night of sheer elegance where there’s only one dress code – fabulous.
As well as the charity auction, the evening will feature a three course dinner, wine, live band, entertainment and dancing.
All proceeds will support The Dukes Creative Learning Department which works with 5,000 young people annually.
As a registered charity, the Lancaster theatre is always looking for unique and entertaining ways to ensure its development. The Diamond Dinner will see The Dukes put the fabulous into fundraising with its most chic event to date.
For tickets priced £75, contact The Dukes box office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org
For further information please contact Louise Bryning on 01524 598509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org