Anderson’s gets behind Birmingham’s first ever ‘Secret Supper’ for Parkinson’s UK!

Anderson’s gets behind Birmingham’s first ever ‘Secret Supper’ for Parkinson’s UK!

Anderson’s is delighted to be one of the restaurant hosts taking part in Birmingham’s first ‘Secret Supper’ for Parkinson’s UK this Spring, on April 9th!

The unique multi-dining experience, based around our beautiful home of St Paul’s Square in the Jewellery Quarter, will see guests feasting on three different courses at three different restaurants. Exactly where you will be dining will be kept a secret until the night.

Our Jewellery Quarter restaurant neighbours also taking part in hosting are: Cucina Rustica, The Jam House, Locanta, Pasta Di Piazza and Saint Paul’s House. The evening will begin at 5:30pm at The Jam House which will also be the location of the drinks reception and charity raffle. Here you’ll find out exactly which restaurants you’ll be dining at. (We’ve got our fingers crossed for you to bag Anderson’s for one of your courses!)

The Anderson’s team are thrilled to be in on the ‘secret’. The Secret Supper is a fun and exciting event for a really fantastic cause so please do get behind it!

Tickets are £35 per person and are selling out as fast as our Market Menu does so if we were you, we’d get our hands on some ASAP! Get your tickets here: www.parkinsons.org.uk/secretsupp19

About Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition for which there is currently no cure. Every hour, two people in the UK are told they have Parkinson’s. It affects 145,000 people in the UK, with an estimated 12,300 people living with Parkinson’s in the West Midlands.

Parkinson’s UK is the UK’s leading charity supporting those with the condition. Its mission is to find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s through cutting edge research, information, support and campaigning.

All profits from the Secret Supper will go to Parkinson’s UK to fund its pioneering research to find better treatments and a cure for the condition, as well as its vital support services.

For advice, information and support on Parkinson’s, visit www.parkinsons.org.uk or call Parkinson’s UK’s free, confidential helpline on: 0808 800 0303.