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Party At House Band members of the Reunion tour celebrated in a star studded private party in Natasha Hamilton’s husband’s Liverpool bar and restaurant ‘House’. After a sell out show at Liverpool’s Echo Arena, members of the hit TV show joined by ITV crew and close family and friends travelled across town to party in style at the event sponsored by leading champagne brand Laurent Perrier and organised by Bold Management and Chellew Productions. Te tour bus arrived outside the Bold Street venue ‘House’ and members of Liverpool pop sensation Atomic Kitten lead Five, Blue, Bewitched, Liberty X, Honeyz and 911 into the venue to enjoy a private party and dance into the early hours. Blue’s Simon Webb took to the decks and before long the popstars took to the dance floor to enjoy the party.


Taste Of The NortH Over 400 attended a gala dinner on 18th April, in the setting of Liverpool Cathedral, as it hosted Pickled Walnut Bespoke Catering’s ‘Taste of the North’ event for 2013. Taste of the North brought together those from national and local businesses alongside event professionals and suppliers for a celebration of fine cuisine and entertainment, employing this spectacular architecture to the best possible effect. Established in 2008, Taste of the North has been held in a variety of unique settings so we were delighted to welcome guests to the magnificent setting of Britain’s largest Cathedral. Guests at Taste of the North were also generous in helping raise funds for the recently launched Hope+ Foodbank – joining Liverpool’s two Cathedrals in a community project that also includes debt advice.


Photos by Photography by Anderson 44 waterfrontmagazines.co.uk


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