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Islington Speakeasy to raise money for charity

PUBLISHED: 07:54 16 September 2012

The Puppini Sisters will perform at the Speakeasy (see Sunday)

The Puppini Sisters will perform at the Speakeasy (see Sunday)

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A night of speakeasy style wining and dining is being held tonight (Sunday) to raise money for charity Oxfam.

The Speakeasy will be held in a secret location somewhere in the borough and aims to brings some prohibition era American glamour to proceedings.

The three course dinner will be courtesy of Andrew Barkham, head chef at Gary Rhode’s Rhodes 24 restaurant, before the Puppini Sisters and the Wavytones take to the stage.

The event is organised by Oxjam Islington, which has been running a variety of fundraising events leading up to their festival on October 13, where live acts will perform across the borough to raise cash for Oxfam.

n To book a table, email oxjamislington@gmail.com

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