Concert being held at UEA’s Hive cafe in aid of Childreach International adds more local bands

A charity concert being held at the University of East Anglia tomorrow night has made some late additions to its line-up.

First-year history student at the UEA, Ben Tosland, 19, has organised the concert to raise funds for Childreach International. Half of the money raised will go directly to the charity and the other half will help fund his trip to Peru to help with the charity's projects in the South American country.

The concert is being held at the UEA's Hive cafe from 7.30pm, costing �3 and will now feature local acoustic acts, The Actor and the Peach and Harriet Langley, as well as Electric Youth Revolt, Kolin Durier, Addison's Uncle and Little Wicked Games.


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