Join Dan Hadfield, the number one Gary Barlow tribute artiste, as he hosts Gin and Jammies: Just the Tonic on behalf of St Barnabas Hospice.
The third lockdown has been tough for so many people, so St Barnabas Hospice has launched their Gin and Jammies: Just the Tonic event to give their supporters a relaxing and unique night in filled with local entertainment.
Taking place online, the event will be hosted by Dan Hadfield, the number one Gary Barlow tribute artiste. As well as hosting, Dan will be performing some of Gary and Take That’s greatest hits live!
Also on the night, join Amy Conyard, co-owner of the Pin Gin brand and director of Next Frontier Brands, as she puts on an interactive gin tasting and cocktail making session. Relax with Nicola Young from Beautiful Panda and take part in her interactive ‘at-home’ Temple Spa beauty session, and hear from Sarah Barker and Lottie Donaldson from Addicted to Scents on their introduction to wax melts.
Tickets to this exciting event are priced at just £20 per person, which gives access to all of the above, plus a special party pack for each attendee. In the party pack you will receive a sample of the brand new St Barnabas gin made in collaboration with Pin Gin, mixer, a shopping list to make gin cocktails on the night, mini Temple Spa beauty products, a silk eye mask and wax melts from Addicted to Scents.
One lucky ticketholder will also win a luxury hamper!
Dan Hadfield, host for the evening said, “We are running an amazing online event with St Barnabas Hospice to raise money for the amazing things they do for individuals and families across Lincolnshire. We’ve got cocktail making, gin tasting, spa and beauty treatments, wax melts to burn, and a bit of music on the side sung by yours truly.
I cannot wait to be there; it’s going to be amazing! There’s a hamper to win and lots of things to do. It’s going to be the greatest night of our lives!”
Rebecca Hooton, Fundraising Officer at St Barnabas Hospice added, “It has been devastating for us to cancel so many events due to the coronavirus pandemic, and our estimated losses now stand at around £2 million. This is why we are delighted to be hosting Gin and Jammies: Just the Tonic, as it means we can reconnect with many of our supporters and give them ‘the greatest night of their lives!’
The evening will be full of local entertainment and I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone involved. Tickets are already selling fast, so come and join us for a fabulous evening!”