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Kensington Odeon in psychedelic NSPCC charity rock gig
PSYCHEDELIC rock and roll is to hit the stage this Saturday at the Odeon Kensington in aid of the NSPCC and the Variety club.
On the 22nd of September the band 'Inland Empire' will launch the video for new single 'Broken Promises' and will play a 40 minute set at the iconic venue with every penny raised on the night going to the children's charities.
The band's front man Oliver Cotton said: "This is a gig we have all been looking forward to since we had the date confirmed, as it is great to have the opportunity to help people through our music who are less fortunate than us at such a fantastic venue."
Debbie Knights, Community Fundraising Manger for the NSPCC commented: "We are very grateful to both Inland Empire and the Odeon Kensington who have chosen to support the NSPCC through this event. Without the help of our supporters, the NSPCC would not be able to provide its vital services that are so often a lifeline for vulnerable children and young people"
Mike Haszko deputy head of fund raising for the Variety Club said: "We are thrilled that Inland Empire is supporting our work as it is only with the public's support that we can continue to help disabled and disadvantaged children".
Tickets for the charity gig will be £5. Doors open 11.30pm and the bar will be open until 2.30am. For more information contact: Oliver Cotton 07518465434.
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