Music Madness fund-raiser

Music Madness, which is taking place at the Queen's Hall, Watton this Sunday, is all set to be a fantastic fundraiser for great Ormond Street Hospital.

Music Madness, which is taking place at the Queen's Hall, Watton this Sunday, is all set to be a fantastic fundraiser for great Ormond Street Hospital.

Ticket sales are going well and local companies are still coming forward to support the event.

All of the bands playing at the event are giving their time to ensure that as much is raised as possible and local Watton fish and Chip Shop Gary's Plaice is providing the bands with refreshments and beer for the night.

Like last year the music side of the event is being co-ordinated by Phil Patience of Harley Street and Skasouls and he will also be acting as MC for the night.


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'Phil has been as brilliant as ever which is great I am finding this years event very nerve racking as I want it to be as good, if not better than last years event.' said organiser Karen Cross.

There is just one change to the line up as Union Jacks have been replaced by Bad Touch another young Dereham band who play heavy/classic rock and will be kicking things off at 6pm.

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Tickets for Music Madness can be bought from Adcock's and the Norfolk guitar and Bass Centre in Watton until Saturday. Tickets may also be available on the door, subject to availability.

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