Birmingham Botanical Gardens, B15 3TR
“Our Bollywood-themed Members’ Dinner looks set to be one of the highlights of this year’s Conference. Sayeeda Warsi will host the evening, with Boris Johnson as guest speaker and a new MP on each table.”
Taking place on Sunday 3 October from 20.00 – 22.30 at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston.
A Shuttle coach will be available to take guests from 19.15 hrs from the City Centre (as near to The ICC) to the Botanical Gardens with a return shuttle back to the City Centre after dinner. Please note that this event is outside the secure zone and you do not need to be accredited to attend.”
The Angel, 125-131 Hurst Street Birmingham B5 6SE.
“Following the success of our first ever official conference gay night in Manchester, we’re delighted to announce that Conference Pride is coming to Birmingham.
Dinner – Enjoy a fabulous three-course dinner with half a bottle of wine and music by professional pianist Carl Joseph. The ticket price includes entrance to the club night, so you can carry on partying with fellow Conservatives until the small hours.
Taking place on Sunday 3 October at 19.00 at The Angel, 125-131 Hurst Street Birmingham B5 6SE.
Nightingales Club, 18 Kent St, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 6RD
Club – Adam Rickitt will host the evening at Nightingales, Birmingham’s top gay club, and there will be appearances from Cabinet Members and high-profile MPs. As well as great music and a lively atmosphere, there will be a live performance by Mica Paris, and outdoor terraces to relax on.
Taking place on Sunday 3 October from 21.30 – 03.30 at Nightingales Club, 18 Kent St, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 6RD.”
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