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Do You Believe in Life After Cocktails? Celebrating Cher’s Birthday at Bobby Fitzpatrick

It need hardly be said that SEEN is devoted to Cher. The divine Diva is 71 and we hear that a fun, tongue-in-cheek party will take place at Bobby Fitzpatrick in West Hampstead on Saturday 20th May.

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Kicking off a series of parties to honour the birthdays of famous faces of the 1970s, wonderfully retro pizza and cocktail bar, Bobby Fitzpatrick will celebrate the goddess of pop Cher’s 71st birthday. On the menu will be delicious ‘Cher-ing cocktails’, 2-4-1 cocktails from 5pm – 7pm for all Cher fans, as well as a soundtrack of her greatest hits playing until the early hours. It all sounds tremendous fun. Altogether now – ‘gypsies, tramps and thieves…’

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www.bobbyf.co.uk

Bobby Fitzpatrick
273 West End Lane
London
NW6 1QS

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