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A View to Eliminate Hunger

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Action Against Hunger presents a night of intrigue, evil villains, beautiful women and high-stakes poker.

Agents' mission, should they choose to accept it, is to help eliminate hunger by spending the evening playing high-stakes poker, dancing and enjoying canapés and cocktails all to raise much-needed funds for Action Against Hunger’s life-saving work.

Entry to this ultimate Bond party will only be authorised on clearance by bodyguards and security screenings. Once security levels have been approved, all 007 agents will be escorted to the Vesper Martini reception where they can decide the age-old questions: Shaken or stirred?!!

Delicious canapés will be served to agents throughout the evening as they exchange mission highlights. Those who dare challenge the banker may proceed to the poker tables to bluff their way through a high-stakes, all-in poker competition. The Goldfinger who wins the All-In Poker tournament will be awarded a grand prize worth over £1,000.

Finally, when the chips are down, party-goers can dance into the fire to the DJ’s classic heart pounding Bond soundtracks as well as other golden oldies and contemporary grooves to leave guests in 007 heaven!

Tickets include:
Vesper Martini reception
Delicious canapés
Special agent training session: How to play like a professional poker player!
All-In Poker Competition
Music spun by the D.J.

For mission instructions, secret passwords and 007 Casino tickets contact Heidi Drummond on 020 8293 6133 or [email protected]. For more info visit

  • 7.30pm-12 midnight
  • £25

Queen Elizabeth Street, London, SE1 2JE
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