Parkinson's Secret Supper, held on 9 April, will be a unique, multi-dining experience centred around the Jewellery Quarter’s St Paul’s Square, where guests will visit three different restaurants for three different courses, with the location of their meals being kept a surprise until the evening.
The six restaurants taking part in the Secret Supper are; award winning steak restaurant, Anderson’s Bar & Grill, modern Italian restaurant popular for its fresh seafood dishes, Cucina Rustica, the beautiful St Paul’s House, serving simple and tasty food, Mediterranean restaurant specialising in tapas dishes, Locanta, rustic Italian restaurant, Pasta Di Piazza, and a Birmingham favourite - music venue and restaurant, The Jam House, which will also be hosting the drinks reception and charity raffle for Parkinson’s UK.
Guests will find out at the drinks reception, which three of the six named restaurants they’ll be dining at for each course.
The restaurants were announced as part of the Supper Clubs official launch event held at Italian restaurant, Pasta Di Piazza. Speakersat the event included representatives from Parkinson’s UK and the Lord Mayor gave moving and insightful speeches about their personal experiences with Parkinson’s and with people close to them who are suffering with the condition
The Lord Mayor shared how much her father’s struggle with Parkinson’s affected his daily life and their collective family life. She shed light on the important work that Parkinson’s UK do for people and families suffering with a condition that “not many people talk about” but that we need to and should do.
“Our lives are not just about ourselves, but about helping, inspiring and encouraging other individuals.
“Your money, but most importantly your time, is really valuable to making a difference to people who are suffering with Parkinson’s” said Lord Mayor, Councillor Yvonne Mosquito.
Guests were also treated to drinks and Italian food, all sponsored by Birmingham marketing agency, FRAHA, who are also sponsoring the Secret Supper drinks reception at the Jam House, along with Jewellery Quarter Businesses, Sonny’s Jewellery and Jones Davey Executive Legal Search Consultants. FRAHA are also providing media support throughout the lead-up to, and following, the Secret Supper on 9th April.
Tickets for the event are still available via http://www.parkinsons.org.uk/secret19