The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund Hold Fabulous Charity Gala Night

The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund hold fabulous gala evening - image Jon Culshaw

The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund Hold Fabulous Charity Gala Night

A Charity Gala Night Making A Fabulous Impression

Equestrian charity, The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund reach their 30th year anniversary this autumn. Dedicated to helping and supporting injured equestrians and their families, they provide a priceless lifeline to those in need. On 16th October 2018, they present an extraordinary celebrity event to help raise funds to help preserve their invaluable assistance.

The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund Gala Dinner promises to be a fantastic evening of fine dining and entertainment with headlining guests, ITN anchor news presenter and equestrian, Alastair Stewart ‘In Conversation’ with celebrity impressionist Jon Culshaw.

Jon Culshaw is warmly regarded by many as Britain’s best impressionist with a catalogue of over 350 voices and impersonations including Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Professor Brian Cox, Barack Obama, Alan Carr, John Bishop and Michael McIntyre.

Jon first made international headlines in 1998 by calling the switchboard of No. 10 Downing Street and fooling the operators with his impression of William Hague. He was put directly through to Prime Minister Tony Blair and the incident was later mentioned at Prime Minister’s Question Time and reported in Hansard.


Guests will enjoy musical entertainment from the Director of Hickstead & classical vocalist Daisy Bunn on arrival with drinks in the sumptuous Churchill Bar followed by supper and wine in the opulent ballroom of the prestigious RAF Private Members Club in Mayfair, London.

There will also be some superb opportunities to bid and win many exclusive prizes through their notable auction and raffle.

The event takes place on the evening of 16th October 2018.

Tickets: £95 or table of 10 at £900

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