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Hope Springs - Charity Concert

Miller Philanthropy hosts an evening of music, entertainment and celebration in aid of small dynamic charities working with disadvantaged and disabled young people at the very edges of society.

Featuring singer, songwriter, rapper, X Factor Finalist and MOBO award nominee for best newcomer Misha B; the beatbox enigma and Edinburgh Fringe star and astounding human voicebox Reeps One; an extraordinary choir of homeless people from all walks of life living on our streets, Choir with No Name; and the autistic savant known as the ‘Human iPod’, Derek Paravacini, recognised as a superhuman for his ability to hear any tune once then play it on the piano.

In addition there will be ‘talent from the streets’, as each of the charities being supported showcases young people with talent that they have helped to achieve a positive path in life.

An exhilarating, entertaining and inspirational evening is guaranteed, with 100% of the ticket price being donated to the charities supported (after booking fee).

Please join us – laugh with us, sing with us, even cry with us because Hope can Spring if we come together as a Gang for Good.

Charities supported:
Amber Trust
Only Connect
PIP – Pursuing Independent Paths

Doors open from 6.30pm, show starts 7.30pm.

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Ticket Information *

£50. Students, Under 18s and OAPs: £30
VIP tickets: £120 (limited number to include pre-concert canapé and drink reception) – SOLD OUT

* All orders are subject to a transaction fee, except if made in person. See Booking Information for details, payment methods and delivery options.

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