Blond McIndoe CEO, Jacquie Pinney, expressed her delight at the generosity of Ms. van Dalen and hopes that members of the local community will purchase the limited number of tickets available to the private view of the festival which is on the 23rd September. The private view is by invitation only however a strictly limited number of tickets are available to purchase at a cost of £300 each (each ticket admits two). For further information please contact Samantha van Dalen on 01 883 341 646. The Blond McIndoe Research Foundation will also receive part proceeds of sales of art during the festival so please do come along and show your support. Art at the festival will be available to buy from £20. (cards and prints) up to £60,000.
The private view: An evening with Dennis Locorriere, art and wine. Dennis Locorriere of Dr. Hook fame, will be performing at the private view. Dennis has sold 60 million albums in 40 countries as the original lead singer of Dr. Hook and in his own successful solo career. As both a songwriter and performer, Dennis can count many number one hits to his name. Timeless, a Dr. Hook compilation album, spent several weeks in the Top Ten British Charts earlier this year. A limited number of tickets to the private view are still available. Please contact the festival office on 01 883 341 646 or email: email@example.com
Kingscote Vineyards, Mill Place Farm, Vowels Lane, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 4LG The festival dates and times: Tuesday 23rd September 2014 Gallery Drinks Reception Press Night & Private View/Dennis Locorriere of Dr. Hook Special Performance (Strictly by invitation/advance ticket purchase only)
Wednesday 24th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Thursday 25th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Friday 26th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-8pm Saturday 27th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Sunday 28th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-5pm Monday 29th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Tuesday 30th September 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Wednesday 01st October 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Thursday 02nd October 2014 Open to the public 11am-6pm Admission is free.