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Breakfast at Tiffany’s VIP brunch event, Lowry arts centre

PUBLISHED: 00:00 16 June 2016

Michelle Kane, Bryony Meredith and Liz Allman

Michelle Kane, Bryony Meredith and Liz Allman

Simon Randall

Trinkets from Tiffany’s were displayed at a VIP brunch event at the Lowry arts centre before a matinee performance of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Singer Pixie Lott played Holly Golightly - the role made famous by Audrey Hepburn in the legendary film - in this new stage production of the Truman Capote play.

The theatre staged the event in partnership with Selfridges and Tiffany’s to raise money for The Lowry Centre Trust charity. The Trust supports the Lowry’s theatres and galleries as well as funding their social and educational work with local young people.

Trust patrons were among the guests who enjoyed champagne on arrival, followed by brunch and then afternoon tea, all created by the team at the Lowry’s Pier Eight restaurant.

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