While best known for his comedy acting, Jack Lemmon also had a thoughtful side as shown by his quote: ‘Death ends a life, not a relationship’.
Have your chance to ask if there is anybody out there with today’s Big Deal on dinner followed by an evening of clairvoyance with the spiritualist Ricky Martin on Friday 28th of February at La Bonne Auberge.
Proud holders of an AA Rosette since 1997, La Bonne Auberge has long been a firm favourite with diners in Glasgow’s Theatreland.
Starting promptly at 6.30pm, the evening starts with a glass of wine and two course dinner with coffee.
The meal starts with Parmesan and sesame-crusted chicken with lemon green beans Lyonnaise and tomato sauce followed by fresh, dairy cream profiteroles accompanied by vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.
After freshly brewed tea and coffee, the spiritualist medium Ricky Martin will begin his psychic demonstration.
Ricky first became aware of spirits at about seven years of age but kept the thought to himself as he thought either he might not be believed or would be laughed at.
For years, Ricky continued to be aware of spirit presences, only eventually walking through the doors of a spiritualist church after continual prompting from his sister Susie.
Ricky has been privileged to serve both the SNU (Spiritualist National Union) and independent churches all over the country and is also highly in demand to assist various charities and organisations to raise badly needed funds.
Funds raised from this evening will go towards Marie Curie Cancer Care.
The evening will end at 10pm.
Located on West Nile Street, La Bonne Auberge is within easy walking distance of Queen Street and Central stations making it easy to get home after the show ends.