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Tenth Annual Reverse Rett London Event

Our tenth annual Reverse Rett London Event will be a celebratory evening in a stunning venue, reflecting on how far Rett research has come in the past decade and looking ahead with excitement to the next stages of clinical trials and emerging treatments for those affected by Rett Syndrome.

Thanks to people like you, there has never been a more critical or exciting time in the field of Rett research. This year, we have moved into our third year supporting the first UK clinical trial of treatments for Rett and a second UK trial for another potential treatment is on the horizon. The very first gene therapy trial for Rett – the first human therapy targeting Rett Syndrome at its root – is due to start imminently. The landscape for our children, and for all those battling with Rett disorders, has changed dramatically over the past ten years.

This November, we want to celebrate all that you’ve helped us achieve, say thank you for bringing us this far, and share our hope and excitement with you about what comes next!

 

An Evening of Celebration.

Looking back at the past ten years, reflecting on the incredible progress made in Rett research during this time, celebrating and thanking all those who have helped make it happen, and looking ahead with excitement to what comes next.

First-Class Entertainment.

With famed illusionist ‘Magical Bones’, the impressive 8-piece band ‘Tokyo’ and Live at the Apollo’s Ivo Graham providing magic, music and comedy, this will be a night to remember.

Stunning Location.

Set within the grounds of Dean’s Yard, directly behind Westminster Abbey and overlooking Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Church House lies at the heart of the capital; a venue to inspire.

Kick back and enjoy.

With the emphasis on FUN, this tenth anniversary event will be a party. Be ready to drink, eat, dance, pose, laugh and enjoy – we guarantee an evening you won’t want to end.

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