Welcome back to Access London everyone. This is an update post on some more details relating to The Cavendish Hotel's Cocktail Competition and the brilliant West End show, Love Never Dies.
Earlier this week I posted another post about Access London's recommended hotel for 2011 - The Cavendish. In celebration of the Jermyn Street Festival - The Art of Being British - being held along Jermyn Street on Saturday 10th September 2011, The Cavendish have launched a fantastic competition with an amazing prize to be won.
You can read more about the Festival on my previous post.
The Cavendish are asking people to email in with your own creation for a cocktail. The cocktail is to be served alongside their own new Very British creation, The Red Rosa, throughout September in their bar. All you have to do, is come up with a cocktail of your own to complement it and then send the cocktail recipe and cocktail name to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 24th August.
The winner will win a 2 night stay in one of The Luxurious Cavendish Hotel's Junior Suites with afternoon tea for two, your cocktail creation on the bar menu throughout September and of course you get to try your own cocktail too.
The update details are as follows: The prize (2 night stay) can be booked anytime up until the 31st March 2012 (excluding 31st December 2011). Also, for all my readers with disabilities, including wheelchair and mobility sccoter users and those who cannot manage stairs, the Cavendish are happy to book an Accessible Room or Executive Room for you instead. They have also assured me that they will do something a little bit extra special for these guests as the location of the Junior Suites may not be suitable for them.
To see more about The Cavendish VISIT THEIR WEBSITE HERE
In other news, just a quick update to remind you all that sadly Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera sequel, 'Love Never Dies' will be closing in London in just 2 weeks time!! Access London went to see the show again last Friday and, as always, had a 'Phabulous' night out. The show has a beautiful score and lyrics, fantastic costumes and sets and a truly amazing cast, led by Ramin Karimloo and Celia Graham. Both the leads have a 'Phantastic' onstage chemistry and Miss Graham's 'Love Never Dies' won't fail to bring a tear to your eye and applauding for more. Mr Karimloo's 'Till I Hear You Sing' has, if possible, only got better since the show opened. The whole cast work wonderfully together on stage and it will be a loss to the West End when they close.
To book Access tickets to the show, please call: 0844 412 4648
OR, for all other tickets, please call: 0844 412 4651
Access London would like to take this opportunity to thank all the cast and creatives for all their hard work and wonderful performances and add a special thank you to Kieran Brown and Daniel Gourlay who both took time out for interviews with Access London a couple of months ago (please see previous posts to read these). Lastly, a big thank you to Ramin, Celia, Hayley, Adam and Liz for taking the time to stop and talk and for pictures at the stage door last week - your support for Access London is also heart-warming and very much appreciated, Thank You x
COMING NEXT: Access London Begins Celebrations for Phantom of the Opera's 25th Anniversary - Interview with former Raoul, Michael Xavier