The Corrs Live at the O2 with Dinner at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Café
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The Corrs and Dinner at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf - A 5-hour experience!

Irish sister songstresses (and brother), The Corrs, are back in business after taking Hyde Park by storm with their first show in a decade. One of the Emerald Isle's most popular exports, prepare to sing along as the inimitable quartet bring their blend of traditional folk and contemporary pop-rock to London's O2 Arena on Saturday 23 January 2016.

Having skyrocketed to fame in the 90s, performing at the 1994 USA World Cup and touring alongside Celine Dion, the band's debut album, Forgiven, Not Forgotten, garnered international acclaim with the record achieving four-times-platinum status in their home country. With their hotly anticipated sixth album White Light scheduled for a November release, there'll be brand new Corrs material to listen to as the excitement builds for your unforgettable evening.

Before the show you'll both get to enjoy two courses of Italian-inspired cuisine courtesy of Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf in Southwark. With a glass of wine to be paired with superb antipasti, fresh pastas, meat or fishes dishes you're in for a special treat.

What's Included?

  • A premium ticket to see The Corrs at London's O2 Arena
  • A two-course Italian-inspired meal at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf
  • A glass of wine
  • Available Saturday 23 January 2016

What happens on the day?

On arrival at the Union Street Caf in Southwark, you will be shown to your pre-booked table and served with a delicious two courses chosen from the set menu. Make your selection from authentic Italian treats including antipasti, freshly made pastas and delicious meat and fish dishes. Enjoy one glass of wine with your meal as you soak up the lively ambience of this stylish restaurant.

After dinner you will make your own way to the 02 Arena - about 15 minutes by tube to North Greenwich. You will have been sent your tickets to the show in advance so simply hand them over at the door and proceed inside to find your seats, ready for the show to begin.

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