Charity night for Norwich’s Cots for Tots appeal
A charity night in Norwich will be raising money for a neonatal intensive care unit.
The evening, at The Talk, in Oak Street, on Friday, March 30, will feature a host of singers, dancers, comedians and entertainers.
The night will be raising money for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) as well as towards a fund to send six-year-old Supatra Adler, from Cambridgeshire, who has a terminal brain tumour, to a controversial treatment clinic in America.
Heart radio's Rob and Chrissie will be hosting a raffle and auction. Several prizes have already been kindly donated by many local businesses and supporters, but organisers Norwich couple Matthew and Vanessa May, who will be performing as Destiny Duo, are still appealing for more prizes.
Mr May's nephew Leo was cared for in the N&N's NICU and he has held several fundraising events for its Cots for Tots appeal.
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Other performers will include The Joe Ringer Band, compere Dan McKee, singers Helen Ashton, James Hearn, Gemma Crane, Catrina Rodgers, the Head Over Heels Abba tribute, human beatbox Subminor, comedian Jonathan Badgrey, the Heather Millan School of Dance and music until late by DJ Duv.
Tickets for the family event are �10 in advance or �12 on the door and are available from The Talk on 01603 660220 or the Asian Foodmart in Dereham Road on 01603 621412.
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