Leading contemporary Italian restaurant group Gusto is launching its first restaurant in Birmingham this September. The new 130-cover restaurant will be located on the ground floor of iconic Grand Hotel development in the Cathedral Quarter of the city on the corner of Colmore Row and Church Street . Gusto will boast a real sparkly vibe with its fashionable décor and a choice of more than 50 stylish cocktails. The classic and contemporary menu uses fresh, carefully selected, simple ingredients to offer a wide choice of premium European dishes. The venue will be packed with aspirational touches that feel like home, a place where you can feel welcome and special that is perfect for so many occasions.
On 7pm on Sunday 25th September, Gusto will hosting a very special evening to offer listeners the chance to attend a private dinner at the restaurant to raise money for Global Radio’s Make Some Noise charity. The charity is designed to raise money for small (and even tiny!) charities and charitable projects that don’t usually get heard. Projects like The Edward’s Trust in Birmingham, who support young people who have been bereaved of a parent, sibling or friend.
Gusto’s head chef has created an exclusive two-course dinner menu highlighting some of the best dishes the restaurant has to offer. Listeners are invited to attend in return for a £10 donation. The donation will help Global Radio’s Make Some Noise charity change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people directly.
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Global's Make Some Noise
Global's Make Some Noise is the official in-house charity of Global, the media and entertainment group. We support small but brilliant charities helping disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
These charities struggle to get heard, so we unite some of the best- loved radio stations in the UK - Heart, Capital, Capital XTRA, Classic FM, Smooth, LBC, Radio X and Gold - to give them a voice and raise money to support their incredible work.
These projects are a vital lifeline for thousands of youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity. They provide life-changing support such as speech therapy for children recovering from brain tumours, confidence-building workshops for teenagers with cancer and help and guidance to bereaved children who have lost someone special. Without projects like these, families wouldnÊt be able to access this life-changing support locally, if at all.
Global's Make Some Noise is an appeal operated by Global Charities, a registered charity in England & Wales (1091657) and Scotland (SC041475).