BIG NIGHT OUT – benefit gig for people and climate!

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Date(s) - Friday 22/11/2019
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Derby Irish Association,


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Come and join in the fun at this fabulous charity event: guaranteed to be a great party night out!

All proceeds to Derbyshire Refugee Solidarity and Extinction Rebellion Derby.

· DRS do vital work to support vulnerable and displaced people both here in UK and in Calais, Dunkirk and Syria.

· XR Derby helps those concerned about climate change to speak out to protect our planet and our common future through peaceful and loving action.

Taking place at Derby’s Irish Centre (11 Becket St, Derby DE1 1HT) we’ve put together a stunning line up of acts to entertain everyone, raise some funds and celebrate a year of action that’s making a positive difference in people’s lives! Artists include local talent with national and international acclaim!

Doors open 7.30… The Show starts at 8.15pm.

Singer-songwriter Maggie Braley combines folk, soul and jazz influences to create beautiful songs that speak to the heart. We are delighted she will be opening the evening with her wonderful voice and spirit.

Station are one of the top bands on the professional circuit and have entertained at headline venues all over UK and abroad, including the Ritz, the Savoy, the NEC and now back home in DERBY! Their mix of high energy, popular indie / rock / pop numbers will keep the dance floor alight and the atmosphere buzzing!

Some reviews of Station: “They looked and sounded fantastic” “captivated the audience from start to finish” “Loads of warmth, energy, they gave us a wonderful night to remember”…

And featuring DJ Dr Matt’s dancefloor – friendly retro vinyl. All the favourite tunes from the 60s to the 90s. We just love his grooves!

We look forward to seeing you there. It’s going to be a night to remember!!

DRS and XR Derby would like to thank Derby Irish Centre for providing the venue at no charge, as part of their programme of supporting charities.


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