Looking to find the perfect day out with the girls for the festive season, or want treat your clients or staff to a lovely day out before the Christmas break?
The five-star InterContinental Dublin will be the place to be on Thursday 19th December when fashion guru Lorraine Keane hosts an exclusive Festive Afternoon Tea in aid of Fashion Relief with Oxfam Ireland. Relax in the stunning surroundings of The Garden Room and indulge in the delicious Festive Afternoon Tea designed by InterContinental Dublin’s skilled pastry chefs, including a selection of savoury and sweet delights with a festive twist. You will also enjoy Champagne from famed wine-maker Brimoncourt, which was voted as one of the top 3 Champagnes in the world, kindly donated by Boutique Wines.
While away the afternoon in style, listening to the soulful sounds of Seán Boland, Ireland’s very own Michael Bublé and on the day there will be a fun raffle and auction with some incredible prizes, including a weekend in New York City. The lucky winner will stay in the luxurious Penthouse of Fitzpatrick’s Hotel, take a visit to designer Don O’Neill’s studio and get the opportunity to choose a dress from his collection. A true Carrie Bradshaw moment!
Also up for grabs will be some memorabilia from rugby star Rob Kearney (the perfect Christmas gift for the sports fan in your life) and an afternoon at Curragh Racecourse. This prize includes a private box for 12 people as well lunch and Champagne. At the event you will also get a sneak peek into the selection of the great value and heavily discounted designer finds that will be available to purchase at Fashion Relief in March 2020.
Over the past two years Fashion Relief has raised over €175,000, which has been used to help those affected by poverty and disaster in areas such as Yemen, Ethiopia and Bangladesh. Tickets cost €65 per person and include Festive Afternoon Tea, Brimoncourt Champagne, live entertainment by Seán Boland and exclusive table gifts. To book your tickets please contact firstname.lastname@example.org