Cocktail Party & Art Exhibition

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Cocktail Party & Art Exhibition

David Adams Leukaemia Appeal Fund

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Nash House 12 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AH United Kingdom

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Official launch of our online charity art auction on Artsy in aid of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity (charity number 1095197).

Join us for an evening drinks and canapes, featuring an exhibition of rare, unique and special edition works from world-renowned artists and Royal Academicians, including David Hockney, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Grayson Perry, Chris Levine, Charming Baker, Eileen Cooper, Bridget Riley, Chris Orr and David Shrigley.

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Please note: the Institue of Contemporary Arts (ICA) has limited access for wheelchair users (there is one lift but it holds space for only one small wheelchair). Please contact us or the ICA for further information:

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The Royal Marsden gives hope to patients and their families every day. But the face of cancer research is changing and the number of people who need the hospital’s help increases every year. That’s why The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity is fundraising to build the Oak Cancer Centre.

The Oak Cancer Centre in Sutton will increase the capacity giving more patients access to The Royal Marsden’s expert treatment and care. It will also provide welcoming clinics and spacious waiting areas, which will make the patient experience as positive as it can be.

It’s thanks to your generosity that The Royal Marsden will be able to bring over 400 world-class clinical researchers together under this one roof to develop life-saving treatments that benefit patients long into the future. The Oak Cancer Centre will speed up the translation of world-leading research into breakthroughs in treatment and care, transforming the lives of cancer patients at The Royal Marsden and beyond.