Inter-Aktiv Cabaret Night Dinner for Charity

Sat, Nov 6th 2010 at 12:00 am - 2:00 am

Supper Evening - open to Rotary members, partners, potential members, guests.


 Date/Time

 Place

 Dress Code

Saturday 6 November 2010

7 pm for 7:30 pm

 

 Black Tie or Lounge Suit

   

The public was entertained

by a cabaret group called

Entertaining People.

About Entertaining People and the Inter-Aktiv (Quiz) Cabaret

Presented in a high energy style, this fusion of quiz and musical entertainment places the emphasis on fun and audience participation rather than intellectual achievement. The humour is continuous and never coarse. The Quiz Cabaret has a flexible format and is suitable for many occasions including corporate events, association dinners, team building, conference icebreakers, themed evenings, training reinforcement, charity functions and private parties. "Entertaining People" performs musical items and use these as the starting point for the questions. The content for each event is carefully chosen to suit the audience.  "Entertaining People" is able to draw from an extensive musical repertoire which covers many styles and periods. No specialised knowledge of music is required to enjoy the evening, as the questions cover a wide range of topics.

Menu

Starter 

Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup (v) - Finished with a swirl of basil oil 

Trio of Melon (v) - With seasonal fruits and drizzled with a champagne syrup

Chicken Liver Parfait - Accompanied by red onion marmalade and toasted brioche

Main

Roast Sirloin of Beef - Traditionally served with Yorkshire pudding and a pan jus

 Herb Crusted Salmon - Finished with a classic lemon hollandaise

 Spinach and Ricotta Tortellini (v) - Garnished with roasted vine tomatoes

Dessert

 Lemon Tart - Finished with raspberry coulis

Strawberry Cheesecake - Accompanied by home-made shortbread

 Fresh Fruit Platter - A selection of seasonal fruits, simply served

Coffee and Mints

 

Tickets

Over 80 tickets @ 35GB Pounds per person  were sold.

Charity Raffle

The sales from raffle tickets which included prizes kindly donated by Waitrose Thame, Rumsey's Chocolaterie and members of the Rotary Club of Thame generated a profit of over

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