Wet Wet Wet Live! at The O2 with Dinner at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Café
  • London Fringe

Wet Wet Wet Live and Dinner at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf - A 5-hour experience!

Be there for an evening of great entertainment, as soft rock legends Wet Wet Wet bring their 'Big Picture Tour' to London's O2 Arena on Sunday 6 March 2016. With 15 million records sold, over 30 UK chart hits including three No.1 singles, you'll be in good hands! A consummate live act, since bursting onto the scene in 1987, the band have toured the globe and performed to over five million fans. With new material as well as all the favourites from their decorated career, you can be sure of a great show as the tour announcement also coincides with the 20th anniversary of their smash No.1 album, 'Picture This'.

Pre-show you'll be treated to a sumptuous two-course meal with wine at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf in Southwark. Chef Davide Degiovanni's amazing Mediterranean cuisine boasts the best ingredients sourced from artisan Italian producers. Take your pick from a selection of antipasti, delicious fresh fish and pasta courses accompanied by a glass of wine. The perfect way to kick things off in anticipation of some iconic British music.

What's Included?

  • A premium ticket to see Wet Wet Wet live at the O2 Arena
  • A two-course Italian-inspired meal at Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf
  • A glass of wine
  • Available on Sunday 6 March 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 a glass of wine with your meal as you soak up the lively ambience of this stylish restaurant.

After dinner you will make your way to the O2 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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