Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, Honorary Patron of the Scottish Spina Bifida Association, will host his 4th Charity Gala Dinner on the 21st October 2010 at the Glasgow Science Centre and once again, the evening is promising to be a spectacular evening of gastronomic delights and amazing entertainment.
In the magnificent and iconic setting of the 5 star Glasgow Science Centre, guests will enjoy a mouth-watering gastronomic feast cooked by 4 of Scotland’s top award winning chefs (Jacqueline O’Donnell, Willie Pike MBE, Joe Queen and Steven Doherty) – personally selected by Gordon – using the finest locally sourced food and game donated by Braehead Foods. This glamorous event will be packed with exciting musical entertainment, prize draws and auctions, and the party will last until 2am. Europe’s best known Queen tribute act Killer Queen will be keep the audience dancing until the early hours.
“Join me at a spectacular Gala Dinner in aid of the Scottish Spina Bifida Association for a night to remember,” says Gordon. "As Honorary Patron, I will personally be hosting an evening of glitz and glamour where you will be treated to a first class Gala Dinner that is truly a one-off experience.
“Held in the iconic five star venue of Glasgow’s Science Centre, the evening will start with a reception of champagne and canapés, followed by a gastronomic feast prepared by three of Scotland’s top chefs –using the finest locally sourced produce – and you never know, I might just pop in to the kitchen to check their work is up to scratch.
“This stunning evening will include a feast of live entertainment, money-can’t-buy auction, prize draws and lots of surprises for all our guests who can party and network until 2am. This is a great opportunity to enhance your company’s reputation as you entertain your clients at the only Gala Dinner of its kind in the world. What’s more, it’s all in aid of a very good cause – the Scottish Spina Bifida Association – and will help this worthwhile Charity to continue providing excellent support and advice to families living with spina bifida and hydrocephalus.”
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