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Fundraiser for the Peter Tatchell Human Rights Fund

Moroccan Mirage
The Official Launch Party of
Bouga Cocktail Lounge

Supporting the Peter Tatchell Human Rights Fund

8pm till 3am, Wednesday 25th July 2007
Bouga Cocktail Lounge, 1 Park Road, London, N8 8TE

DJ Steve Andrews

Dress Code: Summer Casual

Attendees include Peter Tatchell, Right Said Fred, Scooch, Keith Levene, The
Cheeky Girls, Danny Rhodes, Naomi Millbank Smith, Emma B, Cassie Sumner,
Baroness Young Of Hornsey, Carol Thatcher, Leee John, Alicia Douvall, Janina
Washington and other celebs TBA

Join them at Bouga to celebrate culture, equality and humanity, supporting
the Peter Tatchell Human Rights Fund, as Moroccan Cocktail Lounge, Bouga, is
officially launched on 25 July, from 8pm to 3am.

Ticket prices: £150 for two tickets, includes all food and drinks.

To purchase tickets contact the event promoter:

Richard Curson at Tangible Media Limited
Tel 00 44 (0) 20 8 373 0503
Mob 00 44 (0) 07833 677 240
Fax 00 44 (0) 20 8 364 9409
Email richard@tangible-media.com

The Peter Tatchell Human Rights Fund

Peter Tatchell continues to campaign for human rights in the UK and around
the world. Several times he has risked his own life to support other human
rights campaigners and to get their message to the outside world, from
communist East Germany in the 1970s to Zimbabwe in the 1990s and Russia in
May this year. He has been working for 40 years - unpaid and without an
office or staff support - to secure a more equal, just and peaceful world.

This will raise funds to help Peter secure office and staff support to
continue and expand his vital human rights work.

Peter Tatchell was named "A national hero", Sunday Times, 11 March 2001.
Bouga is proud to have the opportunity to support the Peter Tatchell Human
Rights Fund and welcomes you all to Bouga Cocktail Lounge.

Bouga Cocktail Lounge

Bouga, it’s just like walking into Morocco with a traditional mosaic floor,
cave style walls and fixtures and fittings imported from regions of Morocco.
It is an enchanting oasis in London.

Serving at the bar is 3rd prize winner of the World Cocktail Championships
2005. Moroccan canapés and sweets will be served throughout the evening.
Bouga is the Best Restaurant winner of the Archant London Food and Drink
Awards 2007. Bouga owner, Gamal Ahmed Hussein, received his award at the
ceremony held at London Marriot Hotel on Sunday 1st July 2007. The award was
presented by celebrity chef Aldo Zilli. Gamal is delighted his restaurant
was chosen as Best Restaurant in London saying “I couldn’t believe when they
announced the winner for this award, it is truly wonderful.
My main objective is to give the people who use the restaurant and cocktail
lounge a fabulous place to go and enjoy with the best food and the best
cocktails and all at good value for money! And now I want to try and give
something back by hosting this charity event Moroccan Mirage!”

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