Tickets are on sale for a secret supper – with diners going on a mystery tour of Jewellery Quarter restaurants.
The event is centred on St Paul’s Square and takes place on Tuesday April 9.
Guests will visit three different restaurants for three different courses, with the location of their meals being kept a surprise until the evening.
The event is being held by Charity Parkinson’s UK to raise vital funds for people affected by the disease.
Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition for which there is currently no cure.
It affects 145,000 people in the UK, with an estimated 12,300 people living with Parkinson’s in the West Midlands.
Tickets are now on sale and cost £35 per person, which includes welcome drinks at The Jam House and a three-course meal at some of the city’s most prestigious restaurants.
The money raised will fund pioneering research to find better treatments and a cure for the condition, as well as its vital support services.
Gayle Kelly, regional fundraiser for Birmingham and the Black Country at Parkinson’s UK, said: “I’m really excited about our new event and I hope as many people as possible join us for Birmingham’s first Secret Supper and make it a night to remember.
“The money raised will do so much to support those affected by the condition – and will take us a step closer to finding a cure.
“We expect tickets to sell out fast so make sure you buy yours now.”
The drinks reception has been sponsored by local businesses FRAHA Marketing & Advertising, Sonny’s Jewellery and Jones Davey Executive Legal Search Consultants.
Jewellery Quarter based marketing agency FRAHA is also providing PR & Media support for the event.