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Kensington Roof Gardens
23 November 2014, 2:00am
It is that time of year again for our annual fun packed fundraising luncheon: Revival at the Roof Gardens.
This year, the host of the Olivier Award Winning world smash hit ‘La Clique’ and ‘La Soiree’, the fabulous Miss Behave,will bring her cocktail of quick wit, high camp, saucy curves and costumes, topped with a tongue as sharp as her blades, along with her glamorous assistant Harriet to our much anticipated event.
Expect an afternoon of fun and entertainment featuring Grey Goose cocktails on arrival, a four-course lunch, a charity auction, a fabulous goodie bag and Miss Behave and Harriet promise some very special guests and entertainment.
Very special thanks to the fantastic support of all our sponsors and supporters: The Roof Gardens, Rob Van Helden Floral Design, Grey Goose and of course Miss Behave and her assistant, Harriet.
100% of all funds raised at this year’s Revival at the Roof Gardens will a go towards funding the Robert Key Memorial Fund.
Robert Key co-founded the Elton John AIDS Foundation with Sir Elton in 1993. He was instrumental in its development and growth as both Executive Director and Trustee until his death in October 2009. In his memory, the trustees of the Foundation established a new grant fund to honour his passion and dedication to advancing the rights and needs of those most marginalised by the AIDS epidemic.
We hope you will join us in making this year’s Revival at the Roof Gardens an event to remember.