Singer Belinda Carlisle is hosting a charity event at Birmingham pub the High Field.
The evening at the Edgbaston venue will feature a short acoustic set of songs from Belinda as well as drinks and dinner in the garden.
It will raise money for Belinda’s own charity Animal People Alliance, which helps neglected animals in South Asia, and the UK charity branch of Her Future, which helps the victims of human trafficking and abuse.
The evening is limited to 250 guests.
Food comprises a three-course vegetarian or vegan menu created by the High Field’s head chef Ian Meek.
There will be a silent auction with brilliant prizes to be won, special guests and the opportunity to win breakfast with Belinda herself at a secret location.
It takes place on Saturday July 15 from 5pm onwards.
Sarah Robinson, general manager of The High Field, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to support these two amazing charities whilst enjoying good food and drink in a unique venue.
“We are thrilled to be joined by Belinda Carlisle and to have this unmissable opportunity to listen to her music in such an intimate setting.”
Belinda said: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be part of the charity evening at the High Field, and grateful to all the generous people and businesses who are making this event happen.
“I will be performing a short acoustic set of my hits as music is still a big part of my life, as is Animal People Alliance.”
There are just 100 tickets for the evening costing £150 each, to include fizz and canapés followed by the three-course vegetarian or vegan meal.
A further 150 tickets are available at £75 each for those not wishing to dine, with a silent auction and raffle.
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The High Field is at 22 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, B15 3DP. 0121 227 7068. www.highfieldedgbaston.co.uk