THE Yacht Club and Santa Teresa Rum are putting on a Venezuelan-themed fiesta on Sunday 9 September with Brazilian DJ’s, traditional food, rum cocktails and more.
Called ‘Domingo Fiesta’, it will raise money for the charity ActionAid which works with poor and marginalised communities to help defeat poverty in over 40 countries around the world, including South America.
Everyone is invited – to get on the free guest list, just click here.
It'll be an evening of rum goodness, with mouth-watering cocktails, rum-infused ice cream by Penelope’s and rum cocktail-flavoured cupcakes by Hey Little Cupcake.
If you fancy something more savoury, Meat Shack will be cooking up Pabellón Criollo, the national dish of Venezuela, which consists of shredded beef, beans and rice.
There'll also be South American music, including Brazilian DJ’s to get everyone dancing.
Donations will be made to ActionAid from sales of all Santa Teresa cocktails, food and a prize draw.
It's happening at The Yacht Club, the chic outdoor bar on Hardman Square, Spinningfields from 4pm on Sunday 9 September.
Get involved – to get your free guest list place, please click here.
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