FANS of Sir Cliff Richard and opera star Lesley Garrett are flying in from all over the world for the once only opportunity to hear the two stars perform on stage together.
The pop legend and the Doncaster Diva are both patrons of Lost Chord, the South Yorkshire organisation that provides vital interactive musical experiences for people living with dementia in care homes and day centres across the region and nationally.
They will take to the stage together for a unique concert as the charity celebrates its 20th birthday this July.
And fans are already booking from as far afield as America, France, Holland and Ireland for the unique opportunity to catch two great stars in one performance.
The concert, which forms the highlight of a special celebration dinner, will be held at the historic Great Hall of Lincoln’s Inn in London on July 15, when 250 guests will enjoy a drinks reception, three course dinner, music from the professional musicians of Lost Chord and a charity auction.
But the climax of the black tie event will see Sir Cliff and Lesley on stage performing some of their greatest hits before they sing together in a birthday celebration for Lost Chord’s 20 years of work with dementia.
“This is going to be the most special evening’s in Lost Chord’s history and one that has taken the name of Lost Chord to an international audience,” said the charity’s Chief Executive, Helena Muller.
“We are on target for a complete sell out, with more than half of our tickets already sold.
“But there is time to enjoy the early bird discount price of £180 until May 17, after which the cost will rise to £200.”
To find out more out the 20t birthday celebration and to reserve places or find out more about Lost Chord and its work with dementia simply visit www.lost-chord.org.uk