Tony Iommi will host a charity lunch to raise funds for the cancer unit where late Black Sabbath keyboardist Geoff Nicholls was treated.
The event will happend at Birmingham’s Opus Restaurant on Friday 20th April 2018. The guitarist will regale guests with stories of his legendary life and career with Black Sabbath as part of a Q&A.
He is the Patron of Ward 19, the dedicated cancer ward at Heartlands Hospital, and is giving his full support to the charity’s campaign to raise £150,000 for an extension to cancer services at Solihull Hospital.
“this unit will increase the amount of cancer patients who can be treated by 170%, reducing waiting times, reducing stress and creating a calm and relaxing atmosphere for patients.”
Together with the Q&A with Tony, the exclusive lunch includes a lavish three-course meal and reception drinks and there’s also a chance for attendees to win some Black Sabbath prizes in a raffle.
Individual tickets cost £100 or £950 for a table of 10. For tickets
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