The Scissor Sisters will shine the spotlight on type 1 diabetes research when they make an appearance at the ART ANTIQUES LONDON Party in the Park dinner event.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is proud to have been chosen as the sole charity beneficiary for the June 12 event, which will also see an acoustic set from Jake Shears and Babydaddy.

A private performance by global music stars Florence + the Machine will add to the auction items on offer on the night.

Other prize highlights will include backstage passes to a Jonathan Ross show, a once in a lifetime, personalised week at The Masters 2013 for two people, and a sensational weeks stay for two people on the Serengeti National Park with a three night privately guided safari with all proceeds helping to support JDRF and their vital research into type 1 diabetes.

There will be a drinks reception from 6pm, followed by a private dinner at 8.15pm. Tickets are still available for this exclusive event. Click here to reserve yours!

Jennifer Hughes, Senior Fundraiser for JDRF said: “The evening event on Tuesday 12 June is a fantastic chance to combine a glamorous and fun filled evening with a unique opportunity for viewing the many fine art and antiques on offer. We feel honoured to have been chosen to be involved in this year’s ART ANTIQUES LONDON Party in the Park, which is set to be a glittering success, and thanks to Scissor Sisters and the phenomenal auction prize of Florence + the Machine there will be showbiz sparkle to the event as well. I would like to thank ART ANTIQUES LONDON for choosing JDRF as their beneficiary this year and for helping us to raise more money to support vital research to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes.”

ART ANTIQUES LONDON is a glamorous art and antiques fair which will be held from June 14-20 this year in a purpose built pavilion opposite the Royal Albert Hall. This provides a dazzling backdrop to one of the most exciting and glamorous art and antiques fairs ever held in London. In a marriage of quality and style, ART ANTIQUES LONDON will bring together 70 leading exhibitors offering a range of the finest works of art from traditional through to modern and contemporary.

ART ANTIQUES LONDON was launched in June 2010 to wide acclaim, winning praise, in particular, for its central location, light and airy atmosphere and stylish presentation. It has become a vital yearly meeting place for international dealers, collectors, museum curators and academics. Creating lecture programmes as an integral part of their fairs was an innovation made by the Haughtons and is key to the continuing success of ART ANTIQUES LONDON.

ART ANTIQUES LONDON is delighted to be working in 2012 to raise funds for JDRF.

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