By Humphrey Carter PALMA

A treasure chest of top British celebrities will be attending tonight's Pirates Adventure Premiere in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital in Magalluf.
Claire Sweeney, Nicky Clarke, Sue Cleaver, Peter Stringfellow and surprise guests from Eastenders are just some of the top names who will be helping Pirates raise money for the world famous children's hospital in London.

However, there will be one special star at tonight's fund raising event and that is 13-year-old Jake Peach, a former GOSH patient, who overwhelmed the audience last year and has become one of the hospital's youngest and most successful fund raisers over the past year.

Jake has been invited back as a “guest of honour”, something, he told the Bulletin earlier this month he feels very “privileged” about.
Jake will also be accompanied by a group of GOSH patients and their families who are being treated to a week's holiday in Majorca courtesy of Thomas Cook and First Choice, two of the event's sponsors.

Over the past six years Pirates has raised more than €500'000 for the hospital and this year the show is celebrating its 25th anniversary and couldn't think of a better way to open this season than with the charity gala night.

And, over the past six years, a group of GOSH patients have been brought down to the island for the event every year to give the children and their families a break in the sunshine.

One of the youngsters in Majorca this weekend is Jack Smith.
The seven-year-old, from Chapelfields, in Coventry, is one of five poorly youngsters who have been invited to attend the spectacular show with their families this weekend.

Money raised will be donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital's Theatres for Theatres appeal, which aims to raise four million pounds to treat children with complex neurological conditions.

Jack lives with a rare cell condition called Kearns-Sayer Syndrome, a life-limiting problem that affects his major organs and tissues. Symptoms can include eyelid droop, muscle and heart weakness, deafness, diabetes and an inability to co-ordinate voluntary movements.

FOUR MILLION POUNDS
In order to help GOSH reach the four million target, a charity auction will also be held after tonight's show and some of the lots are amazing and sure to raise plenty of money.

From a weekend break in London, a weekend luxury yacht trip to Ibiza and Formentera, a Harry Potter signed collection donated by Harry Potter star Tom Felton who attended last year's charity gala, a signed Tiger Woods montage, an exclusive dinner for six at Stringfellow's club in London, a luxury private jet for four to Ibiza, four Mallorca Rocks season passes for all five concerts and a seven-day holiday for two in Las Vegas!