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What's On: VIP tickets on sale for Max Boyce Live in Gloucester

Where: Hatherley Manor Hotel, Down Hatherley Lane, Gloucester

When: Wednesday, October 4, 2017

One of the greatest entertainers of his generation, Max Boyce MBE, is coming to Gloucester for an exclusive live show.

Famed for his singing and comedy, Welsh entertainer Max is also known for his love of Rugby Union which has taken him all over the world including a sell-out tour at Sydney Opera House.

Max Boyce will be Live in Gloucester on Wednesday, October 4. The evening at Hatherley Manor Hotel, sponsored by Punchline, will include a delicious three-course meal and a Silent Auction.

Event promoter Aitch & Aitch Bee is also holding a charitable raffle supporting Wooden Spoon Gloucestershire.

There are a number of packages available including A VIP Plus Table of 10 hosting Max for the evening. This includes entry to an exclusive champagne reception, prime location seating and a selection of wine on your table. It costs £1,500.

A VIP table of 10 to include entry to an exclusive champagne reception, prime location seating and a selection of wine on the table, costs £1,000.

A small number of individual VIP tickets are also available. Standard tickets cost £60 with individual tickets and tables of 10 available.

Dress code is lounge suits and dresses. Accommodation packages are also available. Tickets are available on the website  or call 07766 027272.

To find out more about some great upcoming events and attractions, visit our What's On  section every day. 

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