Press Release (ePRNews.com) - CHEADLE, England - Oct 11, 2016 - Cheshire-based children’s charity Action for Sick Children are promising an evening of fantastic fun, lots of laughs, great Chinese food, singing and spooky games at their next fund-raising event, ‘Somewhere Over Rainbow88’, on Thursday 27th October.
Rainbow88, the popular Chinese restaurant and bar in the Cheadle Hulme precinct is hosting the evening, which starts at 7.30pm and finishes at midnight.
Entertainment will be provided by the fabulous Stockport-based comedy drag duo, ‘Let Loose Ladies’, who have been a huge part of many of Rainbow88 charitable events and are once again taking time out of their busy schedule to help raise much-needed funds.
Along with Wizard of Oz-based characters Dorothy, Lion, Tin Man and Scarecrow, the evening is based on a Wizard of Oz theme, with an extra fun Halloween Twist!
Tickets are £15 each and include a Chinese buffet. There will be a raffle on the night with super prizes.
Linda Lam the owner of Rainbow88, who has offered Action for Sick Children the use of her restaurant to make this event possible is donating all of the proceeds from Somewhere Over Rainbow88’s ticket sales to Action for Sick Children as part of her 50th birthday celebrations.
So far she has raised over £22,000 through events for local charities this year alone! The fabulous Let Loose Ladies are also donating their fee to the charity – something they do on a regular basis to support Linda.
Action for Sick Children Chief Executive Val Jackson said: “I’m looking forward to a fantastic fund-raising evening which will be enjoyed by our supporters as well as enabling us to continue with the important work we do.
“We are very fortunate to have such amazing local people to help us in furthering Action for Sick Children’s future objectives and I would like to say a huge thank you to them all.”
To reserve tickets for the evening contact the Action for Sick Children Office on 0161 486 6788 email: email@example.com or call Rainbow88 on 0161 485 2288
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