Make-A-Wish ... for dinner cooked by Gerald Kean, served by Brent Pope and cleared by Linda Martin

And if you want to query the bill, ask for David McWilliams

Actor Jenny Dickson and solicitor Gerald Keane will be cooking for a good cause in Ouzo’s, Blackrock

He fancies himself as a chef, but if his culinary creations go awry, he'll mount a good defence should you resort to the law. Solicitor Gerald Kean is head chef for the Make-A-Wish Foundation's fundraising dinner in Ouzo's, Blackrock, Co Dublin, on Monday, March 9th, when he'll be joined in the kitchen and front of house by a team of volunteers from the worlds of sport, music, entertainment, politics and journalism.

Brent Pope, Linda Martin, Eileen Dunne, David McWilliams and Mary Mitchell O'Connor are among the personalities who will be donning aprons on the night. You'll be able to ask Tom Doorley for his recommendations from the wine list, quiz Sunday Business Post managing editor Gillian Nelis on the food provenance of items on the menu, query the cost with economist David McWilliams, and have fun deciding who you'll ask to bring you a live lobster from the tank.

Tickets are €75 per person for a seafood platter, or €150 for a four-course meal, with a Champagne and canapé reception for all guests. For tickets email, telephone 01-2052012.