Motown Evening With Three Course Buffet Meal With Champagne Cocktail For Two Plus Entertainment for £26.50 on Friday 16 September 2011 at The City Pavilion (£66.90 Value)
- An evening’s entertainment from soul legend Glynn Carlese
- Hits by Barry White, Luther Vandross and Lionel Ritchie
- Hot buffet with vegetarian options
- Held at the Manhattan suite
- Includes Kir Royal cocktail each
Groupon valid for 2 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. Must be 18 and over with valid ID. Valid on date and show advertised only. Show takes place in the Manhattan Suite. Group tables. Valid for one cocktail per person.
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While soul food can be warm and comforting, prolonged slap bass solos can be hard to swallow. Enjoy a bite and a boogie with today’s Groupon: for £26.50 enjoy a three course buffet meal for two, with entertainment from Mr Soul and a DJ on Friday 16 September 2011 at The City Pavilion.
A resplendent Shangri-La for fun-lovers and fine diners alike, The City Pavilion offers Romford crowds a glimmering selection of options for a sterling night out. Split into five discrete venues, the venue can cater for everyone from kids to clubbers, boasting a 34 lane bowling alley, a pan-Asian restaurant, well-stocked bars and two fully equipped function suites featuring regular live music and comedy events. Accepting bookings for wedding days, corporate gatherings and other occasions, this multifaceted centre can be adjusted to make any evening a memorable one.
Tucking into a three course buffet feast, for one night soulful diners will find dishes to delight every palate, as the well-seasoned tones of Gylnn Carelse feeding their ears and a swift champagne cocktail to help move their feet. Decorating plates with such colourful cuisine as a tomato, red onion and chorizo salad, or a roasted vegetable and chick pea curry, guests can join the hit parade as the charismatic Mr Soul takes to the stage of the Manhattan Suite. Having supported artists such as The Three Degrees and The Drifters, Gylnn has learnt from the best, applying his silky know-how to renditions of classics by Lionel Richie and Barry White, before the resident Pavilion DJ takes the reigns to keep the disco grooving until 1am.