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Charity Event at The Tabernacle this Wednesday, 22nd September 2010

This Wednesday sees a charity evening held at The Tabernacle on Powis Square to raise money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer, with guests treated to a 3-course dinner and entertainment including film, live acts, comedy and cabaret!

Top billing on the night is an auction of the Union Jack flag created by the up and coming Gene Bible. The stunning 6′ x 5′ flag incorporates the names of 450 beautiful, controversial, loved, reviled, talented, misunderstood and terrifying British women through the ages. Auction of the flag is a fundraising effort by Too Many Women, who aim to raise £1 million for the Breakthrough Breast Cancer Research Centre. The charity evening has also been organised in conjunction with Medium Rare.
Telephone bids may be made for the flag by prior arrangement with the organiser, Kate Percival on 07785 395995 as no tickets will be sold on the night.

Tickets for the charity evening cost £75, which includes a drink on arrival, three course dinner and the show, with a big donation to Too Many Women. There are still also one or two tables left at £750 for 10 people and a number of spaces on communal tables to allow you to join in the fun of the evening.

You can purchase a ticket direct from

Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a pioneering charity dedicated to the prevention, treatment and ultimate eradication of breast cancer. They fight on three fronts: research, campaigning and education. They fund ground-breaking research, campaign for better services and treatments and raise awareness of breast cancer. Through this work the charity believes passionately that breast cancer can be beaten and the fear of the disease removed for good. Find more information at

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