Join a host of celebrity wine lovers as they battle to outsmart each other in aid of global poverty.
This year’s Call My Wine Bluff sees a star-studded line-up of wine lovers joining forces with anti-poverty charity ActionAid for a night of comedy, deception, fine food, wine tasting and an exclusive ‘money can’t buy auction’.
The evening’s entertainment will be hosted by TV and radio presenter Clive Anderson with celebrity panellists comedienne Jo Brand, actor Charles Dance, BBC News presenter Nicholas Owen and actor James Purefoy taking part in the adaptation of the classic game Call My Bluff in which they will try and dupe guests and each other into believing a fictional story behind a wine being tasted.
The event which takes place on Thursday 17 November at London’s new five-star hotel the St Pancras Renaissance, will also feature an exclusive wine tasting session, a three course meal plus an auction of ‘money can’t buy prizes’ including the chance to make your own wine in Bordeaux, a private wine tasting with Tim Atkin and a week’s stay in a ten-bedroom villa in South-west France.
Guest tickets cost £295 or £2500 for a table of ten. To book your ticket or for information about how to bid on the live auction to raise vital funds for ActionAid’s work with poor and vulnerable people worldwide, call 0203 122 0501.
Watch ActionAid’s Call My Wine Bluff video to get a flavour of the event.
Written by Georgina Hindle