Saunderson House collaborates with the Lord Mayors Charity Appeal to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

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11 April 2014


Wealth management firm, Saunderson House is collaborating with the Lord Mayors Charity Appeal in sponsoring the celebration of Shakespeare’s 450th birthday party.

The event, which takes place on Monday 14 April, involves 170 law firm partners, accountants, barristers and other City professionals. The Lord Mayor, Alderman Fiona Woolf CBE, and the Treasurer of Middle Temple, The Rt. Hon. The Lord Igor Judge, are hosting the evening.

The Shakespearean dinner will feature theatrical performances in between courses given by actors from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama to delight, surprise and bring the majestic Great Hall of Middle Temple alive.  The event will feature a silent auction to raise funds for the Lord Mayors Charity Appeal.

Further details may be obtained from James Pearson, Appeal Co-Ordinator, The Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014 by email  james@thelordmayorsappeal.org or telephone 0207 332 3908.



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