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All the details on the Brighton Medieval Banquet: Saturday 2 March 2019

PUBLISHED: 14:53 01 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:53 01 August 2018

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Mayo Wynne Baxter is once again taking a medieval approach to fundraising for their charity partner Sussex Cancer Fund. Being the first of its kind, the Brighton Medieval Banquet in 2017 saw the Grand Hotel transformed into a castle banqueting hall and 300 guests in medieval costume helped raise £25,000

The Brighton Medieval Banquet raises money for Sussex Cancer Fund where 95p in every £1 raised and donated will go to help cancer patients and their families in Sussex.

This themed dining experience is a truly unique event as you will be one of over 400 guests transported back in time. The night will start with a drinks reception, tankards of ale and goblets of wine before you are called to be seated at the long banqueting tables in the ‘Kings Hall’.

Medieval fare will be served to the tables and guests will help themselves to the feast before them. During the banquet guests will be entertained by minstrels, jesters and possibly the occasional sword fight! The evening will be hosted by the celebrity monarch, Sid Sloane who will preside over proceedings and there will be live music to dance the night away.

Guests are encouraged to dress in medieval fashion and an amazing prize awaits the best dressed couple on the night.

• Sussex Cancer Fund: www.sussexcancerfund.co.uk

• Tickets: brightonmedievalbanquet2019.eventbrite.co.uk

• Facebook: www.facebook.com/brightonmedievalbanquet

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