Charity bands night at Welwyn Garden City pub
MUSIC spanning the decades – from the Beatles to Kings of Leon – is on the cards at a charity bands night in WGC. Covers group Passo Says Smile and retro funk band Coox n Hoox will be performing at tonight's (Saturday) gig at The Doctors Tonic in WGC.
MUSIC spanning the decades - from the Beatles to Kings of Leon - is on the cards at a charity bands night in WGC.
Covers group Passo Says Smile and retro funk band Coox n Hoox will be performing at tonight's (Saturday) gig at The Doctors Tonic in WGC.
The night has been organised by Sarah Somers in aid of the Willow Foundation, Macmillan Cancer Support and The Children's Trust.
All three are chosen charities of Hatfield-based firm Computacenter, where Sarah works.
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The 32-year-old is no stranger to charity efforts, having trekked the Great Wall of China with work pals last October, for which she hosted a number of local fundraising events.
Sarah, of Nursery Gardens, WGC, said: "I did a bands night last year at the same venue which went really well.
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"We raised over �700 for charity, so I'm hoping to get the same sort of amount this year."
The night gets under way in The Green Room - the pub's upstairs music venue - at 7.30pm.
Tickets, available at the door, cost �4 before 8pm, or �5 after.