6th October 2014
Manchester Suite, Old Trafford
After an impressive run on this year’s Celebrity MasterChef, Biggins is keen to relax at Manchester United Foundation’s afternoon tea in October.
The hilarious raconteur proved a popular addition to Eamonn and Ruth’s line up last year and was more than happy to join the celebrity duo once again. “This must be the only event at Old Trafford where football is not on the agenda,” he revealed, adding, “It’s all about enjoying a wonderful afternoon of food, fun and of course plenty of gossip!
“Eamonn and Ruth are delightful hosts and work so hard at making sure everyone has a splendid time and that as much money is raised for charity as possible – it’s a privilege to join them.”
Biggins can’t wait to compare culinary notes with celebrity chef Aldo Zilli and thinks Rylan Clark is sure to have plenty of showbiz news. “After his stint on Celebrity Big Brother Rylan will definitely have a few stories to tell,” he mused. “And I’ve heard he’s going to sing so that should make it a very enjoyable afternoon.”
In addition to Rylan taking to the mic, an all-girl saxophone quartet are also set to provide musical entertainment in a Ladies' Lunch that is set to rival all that have gone before.
All proceeds from the event will go towards Manchester United Foundation’s work with young people in the local community.
Tables of ten and event packages for this spectacular event are available from £1000 or £110 for individual places.
To book your place or for more information please contact James Lester on 0161 868 8444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
View images from last year's Ladies' Lunch.