Birmingham’s third Secret Supper to support people with Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s UK is once again hosting its Secret Supper dining event in the centre of Birmingham on Tuesday 26 April 2022. 

Six restaurants will be involved in the Secret Supper, all situated around the city’s historic Jewellery Quarter. Guests will visit a different restaurant for each course, only finding out on the night where they will be dining. 

The evening starts at 5.30pm at Saint Paul’s House, with a welcome drink sponsored by Sonny’s Jewellers and Faber Design. Tickets cost £37, which includes a welcome drink and a three-course meal. There will also be a silent auction, featuring luxury items donated by jewellers Deakin & Francis. 

This is the third time the charity is holding the fundraiser following the success of previous events in 2019 and 2021. 

Barrie Smith, 64, from Birmingham, has been living with Parkinson’s for over 30 years. 

He said: “The Secret Supper is a brilliant event that raises much-needed funds for Parkinson’s research. I attended both of the previous events and they were brilliant.

“This year promises to be bigger and better! Fabulous company and fantastic food at bargain prices – why not have a great night and help people with Parkinson’s and their loved ones maintain hope for the future and the cure we all need?”

Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands, who will be attending the event, said: “Thank you to all the Birmingham businesses who are getting involved in Secret Supper in support of Parkinson’s UK. It’s sure to be a wonderful evening, so make sure you get your tickets to raise funds for this important cause.” 

Parkinson’s is the fastest growing neurological condition in the world, and currently there is no cure. An estimated 145,000 people across the UK are living with Parkinson’s, including approximately 12,300 people in the West Midlands. There are over 40 potential symptoms, from tremor to pain and anxiety. 

Parkinson’s UK is the largest charitable funder of Parkinson’s research in Europe. The money raised by Secret Supper will help the charity accelerate breakthroughs in research to develop better treatments and a cure for the condition.

To buy tickets, or for more information, visit Parkinson’s UK’s website: