Bond to cause a stir at Patrick’s

Patrick’s Restaurant, Bar and Event Catering is proud to present a James Bond Tribute evening on Wednesday June 3 at 7pm in aid of Lewis Manning Hospice in Poole.

Nobody does it better than singers Hugh Budden and Verena Chantal, who will be performing all the hit songs from the James Bond soundtrack to get guests shaken and stirred from 8.30pm.

Priced at £25, tickets for the tribute evening include a three course dinner, prepared by the restaurant’s head chef Chris Howard.

Patrick Michael, owner of Patrick’s Restaurant, Bar and Event Catering said: “For your eyes only, we are hosting a blockbuster of a tribute evening featuring all the memorable theme tunes from the much loved series of Bond films.

“Join us for a martini while raising money to help Lewis Manning Hospice in their work to care for the people of Poole.”

Lewis-Manning Hospice is Poole’s voluntary hospice offering free specialist palliative nursing care to around 700 local people each year living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

Tickets are limited, please contact Patrick’s Restaurant on 01202 734000 for further information or to make a booking.

To be informed of further events please email [email protected], call 01202 734000 or visit www.facebook.com/Patrickspoole.

Sunshine every day at Patrick’s

Patrick’s Restaurant in Ashley Cross, Poole, will be hosting an evening of live music and entertainment over May Bank Holiday.

Dynamic duo, Everyday Sunshine, will take to the stage at the popular bar and restaurant in Ashley Cross from 8pm-11pm on Sunday 24 May.

Touring musicians Ed and Paul have more than 25 years’ experience in live music and will perform a selection of popular classics. With a set list of over 50 songs from live staples like Superstitious by Stevie Wonder, to current hit tracks like Happy by Pharrell Williams, the duo are sure to have something for everyone.

Patrick Michael, owner of Patrick’s, said: “I for one can’t wait for the bank holiday. It’s a real chance to chill out, let your hair down, and catch-up with friends and family.

“And to add to the occasion at Patrick’s, we’ve organised some sensational live music with Everyday Sunshine Sunday evening. I hope everybody embraces the spirit of the holiday and has a great weekend.”

Patrick’s serves lunch between 12pm-2.30pm on Saturday, and 12pm-6pm on Sunday. Dinner is served all day Monday to Saturday until 10pm.

To be informed of further events please email [email protected], call 01202 734000 or visit www.facebook.com/Patrickspoole.

BBQ for Buckholme Towers

Patrick’s Event Catering will be stoking up the barbecue for the Buckholme Towers School and Ashley Cross Community Association fundraiser ‘May Day Madness’ in Ashley Cross Green on Monday May 4.

Starting from 11.00am, the public will be able to browse and buy from an array of stalls while sampling chargrilled prime cuts of meat hot off Patrick’s barbecue. Funds raised will go to the Ashley Cross Community Association and Buckholme Towers PTFA.

Headmaster at Buckholme Towers School, Iain Robertson, said: “This fantastic family day is by far and away the biggest event the PTFA and ACCA organise, and it is a huge fundraiser for the community association and the school. Patrick’s school dinners are already a big hit with our school children and we are delighted to be teaming up with them again to cater for our May Day Madness guests.”

To be informed of further events please email [email protected] call 01202 734000 or visit www.facebook.com/Patrickspoole

Salamander set to sing this May Bank Holiday


 

Dorset’s premier four-piece band Salamander is set to rock Patrick’s Restaurant, Bar and Event Catering in Ashley Cross this May Bank Holiday.

From 8-11pm on Sunday May 3, the group will play a fantastic mix of covers from bands and performers such as Robert Palmer, Thin Lizzy and Status Quo, combined with a selection of more modern hits from the likes of Kings of Leon, Snow Patrol and Razorlight.

Patrick Michael, owner of Patrick’s, said: “Salamander is the epitome of live music, with a fantastic set-list of hits from the 50’s to the present day. The gig kicks off at 8pm, so be sure to arrive early to relax, take some time out to enjoy the live music and indulge in a bite to eat too.”

For more information on future events and offers, visit www.facebook.com/Patrickspoole or call 01202 734000.

Get ‘Quizzical’ at Patrick’s for Lewis-Manning Hospice

Patrick’s Restaurant, Bar and Event Catering in Ashley Cross will be hosting a fun-filled evening of general knowledge trivia in aid of local charity, Lewis-Manning Hospice.

Hosted by quizmaster, presenter and musician Paul Kinvig, the quiz will take place on Tuesday April 14 at 7.30pm. Tickets are on sale for £15, which include a choice of either fish ‘n’ chips or a vegetarian curry.

Lewis-Manning Hospice is Poole’s voluntary hospice offering free specialist palliative nursing care to around 700 local people each year living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

Maria Tidy, Fundraising Manager at Lewis-Manning, said: “It’s community events like this that make a huge difference to our charity as we have to raise at least £65,000 each month towards running costs. All of our services are free and as well as our day services and clinics, the bedrooms are now opening on a phased basis, so this means that our costs are increasing.”

Patrick Michael, Owner of Patrick’s, said: “I’m thrilled to be helping a local charity through this quiz night. Lewis Manning’s services are vital to people across the region – from aromatherapy sessions, to courses and palliative care, the Hospice is well-used and needs to be well-supported.”

To be informed of further events please email [email protected], call 01202 734000 or visit www.facebook.com/Patrickspoole