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Bentley Priory Museum announces online fundraising event

On Tuesday 10th November, Bentley Priory Museum will host an exciting Online Quiz Cabaret event, in collaboration with local Tonic Choir’s Philip Barnett and Bryan Kesselman, to mark the end of the Battle of Britain (10th July – 31st October 1940) and the start of Remembrance (11th November).

With musical performances and lighthearted question rounds, this entertaining online event is perfect for all the family – no specialist knowledge is required!

The Quiz Cabaret will be streamed live on Zoom on Tuesday 10thNovember from 7.30pm-9pm. Limited tickets are available, and advance booking is required.

Christina Avramakis, the Museum Operations Manager, says, “With the start of a new national lockdown, this online event is a great opportunity for an evening of fun entertainment which participants can enjoy from the comfort and safety of their own home.

The proceeds from the Online Quiz Cabaret will go to support the Museum, a registered charity, which closed for four months over the summer during the lockdown and, following 3 months of limited opening over the autumn, has now closed once again due to the new national lockdown.

Event & Ticket Information

Date & Time: Tuesday 10th November, from 7.30pm-9pm

Location: Online, via Zoom. Joining instructions will be sent to participants by email in advance of the event.

Tickets: £12 per ticket. One ticket per computer/tablet is required (household members can take part together on one device under one ticket).

Book online here: https://bentleypriorymuseum.org.uk/whats-on/online-quiz-cabaret/

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