Pop superstar Gary Barlow is heading to Manchester to perform at a charity concert.
The Take That singer-songwriter will give an exclusive performance at an event to raise money for Child Bereavement UK and The Red Sea Pedestrians in support of Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity.
The black tie evening held at Victoria Warehouse in Stretford will be hosted by Manchester United football legend Gary Neville.
As well as a live performance from Rule The World hitmaker Gary organisers are flying in the Swan Band from France to perform throughout the event on Thursday September 27.
Event planner Liz Taylor of the Taylor Lynn Corporation, said: “I wanted to create a truly unique night and this is it.
“Gary and I have both supported Child Bereavement UK for many years now. He was also made an ambassador for the charity in 2016, so when I asked him to help with this event, there was an instant yes.
“We both appreciate the incredible role of the charity in supporting young people and their families in times of loss and bereavement. Their work in the north west, and across the country, has touched many lives, but they need valuable funds to continue this incredible work.”
On the night there will be a fund-raising auction by Selfridges including a Bentley Continental car donated by Bentley Manchester.
There will be a champagne reception followed by three-course dinner and entertainment.
Liz Taylor added: “For the last 18 months Emma Neville has played an active role in supporting Child Bereavement UK, and as a result Gary Neville has agreed to host the night.”
Tables for 10 people cost £5,000 and VIP tables for 10 people cost £10,000.
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