Tickets available for lunch with Brighton & Hove Albion legend

Bobby Zamora. Picture by Angela Brinkhurst
Bobby Zamora. Picture by Angela Brinkhurst

Tickets are available for a lunch with Brighton & Hove Albion legend Bobby Zamora in March.

Zamora will be guest speaker at The Curry Club's lunch event on Thursday, March 21, at Bali Brasserie on Kingsway Court, First Avenue, Queen’s Garden, Hove.

The lunch, which starts at midday and finishes at 4.30pm, has The Rocking Horse Charity as its nominated charity. Attendees can register on the website ahead of the day. The cost is £65 per person or £600 for a table of ten. VIP tickets are available at £75 per person or £700 for a table of ten.

Curry Club UK's Steve Kettle said: “Bobby is one of our highest profile speakers to date and it’s a real coup to have him there.

"He’s highly regarded as a player, having score 83 times for the club in 136 appearances and I’m sure that he’ll have lots of interesting stories to tell. We’ve also got Sky Sports' Pete Graves to host the event, so it’s a real match of the day.”

The Curry Club was set up 36 years ago when three Mancunian banking professionals decided that a monthly networking event with their peers over a curry was an excellent idea, fostering a relaxed, popular approach to discussing on-going business opportunities.

The Curry Club events have evolved from not just networking events to organising sporting curry lunches across the UK and attracts high profile business professionals and decision makers.

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