Grammy-nominated artist to perform at Doctor’s dinner and dance fundraiser

Release Date: 16/05/2018

Grammy-nominated artist to perform at Doctor’s dinner and dance fundraiser

A Doctor at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (RJAH) has roped in a Grammy-nominated singer to perform at a fundraising dinner dance.

Dr Ayman Askari, Consultant Rheumatologist at RJAH, has organised an evening of ‘Fun, Music, Dinner and Dance’ at the Albright Hussey Manor in Shrewsbury.

Taking place on Friday 25 May, Grammy –nominated and London International Jazz Singer of the Year, Sacha Boutrous and her band will be performing at the event, which is taking place in aid of the Orthopaedic Institute Rheumatology Educational Fund. The fund pays for providing training and education for RJAH staff.

Dr Askari said the dinner dance “promises to be a fantastic night”.

He said: “I’m very much looking forward to the event, it’s sure to be a fantastic night of fun, food and top-notch entertainment from the superb Sacha Boutrous and her band.

“It will be a fantastic night, in aid of a really fantastic cause.

“Over the past few years, I’ve held a couple of these sort of fundraising events and they’ve always been brilliant so far.”

Debra Alexander, Fundraiser for the Orthopaedic Institute, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled that Dr Askari is once again raising funds for Rheumatology education by hosting this upcoming evening.

“Based on previous events he’s organised, I’m certain it will be a brilliant night. I know Sacha Boutrous and her band will be absolutely wonderful.”

The event starts at 6.30pm.

Tickets cost £40 each, which includes a reception drink on the terrace beforehand, followed by a three course dinner and the entertainment.

To book your tickets or for further details contact Debra on 01691 404561 or email: Alternatively, visit:

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