25-27 January 2019, St Matthias Halls
LATEST NEWS! A BIG thank you to everyone who helped, created and enjoyed – we raised over £3,000 and have now secured the concert grand. See what the Hackney Gazette said about the pianothon here
Come and help us raise £3,000 as the last instalment for the wonderful Deeble grand piano whose purchase was inspired by Ruth being left a legacy by long-time friend Liz Deeble who died in 2018. The gorgeous shiny black piano will be on permanent loan to St Matthias Church.
Gather up your family, your friends, your neighbours and, in fact, anyone you know, to join in and make the fundraising even more fun.
Friday 25 Jan
Private View invitation 6.30-8.30pm, Dissenters’ Gallery
Do come and see explorer and journalist Alix Kroeger’s fantastic photographs and other artwork by her friends (all for sale. proceeds to the piano fund). Fizz and fantastic canapes by Daffodil Soup, and a cash bar. Must book in advance with Ruth firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 26 Jan
11am-4.30pm All-day cafe hosted by You Had Me At Halloumi, St Matthias Hall. Roll up for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, and stay on for…
Pianothon 1 12-5pm – a cabaret set curated by the Ga Ga Ladies, co-hosted by MC Fran Isherwood Suggested £5 donation for entry. St Matthias Hall
Dissenters’ Famous Fundraiser Quiz Night 7.30pm St Matthias Hall
Doors and cash bar 6.45pm, quiz starts at 7.30pm. Hosted by the inimitable Farquhar McKay, bring your razor-sharp intellects and a picnic for this hugely enjoyable evening, which is always sold out. Book a table for eight, (quickly, before we put the tickets on general sale next week) or buy individual tickets and we’ll put you into a team when you arrive. Tickets £11 on sale in advance only here
Sunday 27 Jan
All-Day cafe hosted by You Had Me At Halloumi 11am-4.30pm St Matthias Hall.
Roll up for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, and stay on for…
Pianothon 2 1-4pm – all budding pianists welcome to come and play the fabulous Deeble grand piano, serenading the cafe clientele. Curated by Jennie Barham. Bring a cash donation to have a go.