BUSH BERKELEY BEANO

For one night only, on Thursday 26 September 2013, the Bush Theatre will invade the LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair in Berkeley Square, Mayfair.

The private party kicks off from 6pm and will be whimsical and out of left field, a bit like us: often surprising, sometimes subversive, always original.

Romances and adventures, true stories and tall tales . . . inspired by the wonderful art and antiques of the LAPADA exhibitors, the Bush will strut its theatrical stuff around the fair while you enjoy champagne, cocktails and canapés designed by Mark Hix.

Party Ticket with a Private View of the Fair
18:00 – 20:30
£75.00 pp
Includes cocktails, champagne and canapés

BUSH BEANO AUCTION
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Party and Dinner Ticket
Party 18:00 – 20:30 with a Private View of the Fair. Dinner from 21:00 to late
£500.00 pp
Party includes Private View, cocktails, champagne and canapés. Dinner by Mark Hix, performance by Caroline Horton, plus Live Auction.
There is now very limited availability on Party and Dinner Tickets, to book please call the Bush Beano hotline 07851 736 026.

For more information about tickets for the Bush Beano at LAPADA please email [email protected] or call the Bush Beano hotline on 07851 734 026.

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