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Winter Gala 2021

We are delighted that our annual Winter Gala will take place again this year, on Friday 3rd December at Church House, Westminster!

Following an immensely challenging two years, our 11th annual gala will finally bring us together once again for a festive celebration of hope and resilience, kicking off the Christmas party season in style!

Punctuating the elegant drinks reception and sumptuous three-course dinner will be first-class comedy, mesmerising magic, original live music, medleys-to-get-you-moving, and an array of bucket-list prizes in our auctions!

We are absolutely thrilled to be welcoming some first-class performers to our 2021 Gala!

With first-class comedy from a critically-acclaimed comedian, actor and writer TBA, mind-blowing magic from the stunning Laura London, original music from the supremely-talented David Ford and roof-raising medleys from the dynamic Thrill Collins, there’s no doubt it will be a night to remember!

In 2019 our guests made brilliant use of our glittering photo booth, creating some classic momentos to take home. The booth is back and we can’t wait to see the memories you create this year!

When you’re not busy posing, you can be busy browsing the array of fabulous in our silent auction and raffle, giving you more chances to take home something amazing!

 

Our annual London Gala is always a key moment in our calendar, but never more so than this year.

After the challenges we have all faced during the pandemic, this event is an opportunity to reflect on the incredible resilience and strength within the Rett community and to look forward with renewed hope and determination to the exciting landscape ahead.

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