Conrad Algarve hosts Casablanca Night

Quinta do Lago’s Conrad Algarve is being transformed into a glamorous 40s-themed venue to host the Casablanca Night on Saturday, September 2, in aid of Algarve children’s charity ACCA.

Organisers promise it will be a “truly unforgettable night” and all for a worthy cause. Funds raised on the night will support ACCA’s ongoing commitment to meet the needs of several underprivileged children in the Algarve.

Guests will be able to “chill” to the beats of Motown act Suprema, a mix of jazz, soul, rhythm and blues. The three energetic singers will perform choreographed dances, costume changes and epic vocals. There will be cameo appearances and performances by ‘movie stars’ from the era of Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, together with plenty of surprises. Their charismatic energy is expected to get everyone up and dancing to timeless classics.

Also performing will be Bruno Mariano, who sings a mixture of classic hits including Frank Sinatra, Rat Pack, Tony Bennett, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday.

This will be followed by an afterparty with a DJ from 11pm.

Wanda Crawford, ACCA’s president, said: “We see first-hand the difference that community contributions can make to the wellbeing of the thousands of children who face enormous challenges. It’s so rewarding to help play a role in the lives of these children and their families through their journeys.

“We are currently in the middle of a huge back-to-school campaign to provide needy children with books, backpacks and all other relevant school essentials.”

The Open Media Group is proud to sponsor ACCA’s Casablanca Night, along with Conrad Algarve, Atelier do Sul, Curiosa Indoor & Outdoor Furniture and Letra 7.

The event starts at 7.30pm with a welcome cocktail and canapés by the pool followed by a five-course menu with drinks included. Dress code is Black & White Summer Chic (black tie/40s glamour optional).

Tickets cost €95 per person and can be booked in advance by contacting Conrad Algarve:

289 350 700 | 919 617 995