You are invited to “A Night for Equality and Variety” – a fundraiser for the Peter Tatchell Foundation at the Theatre Royal Norwich, this Sunday 23 June at 7.30pm.
Buy your TICKETS here: http://bit.ly/164HUiz
See our leaflet: http://bit.ly/16eIDO0
Compered by Christopher Biggins, Starring Marc Almond and Heather Peace
Singer Heather Peace has starred in Waterloo Road and Lipservice: http://www.heatherpeace.com
Marc Almond is a music legend from the 1980s to the present day: http://www.marcalmond.co.uk
Christopher Biggins is a long-time TV favourite:
Guest presenter is ex-star of EastEnders, Michael Cashman MEP.
They will be joined on stage by Olly Day, Kit and McConnel, with the Simon Brown Orchestra and Miller Dance Centre Dancers featuring World, European and British Latin and Ballroom Champions.
Peter Tatchell will retell the story about his attempt to arrest President Mugabe.
All proceeds from this fundraiser will aid the human rights work of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.
“Christopher Biggins is a fab compere. Marc Almond and Heather Peace are amazing singers. I’m honoured to have them perform on 23 June. This gala is an opportunity for people to enjoy a great night out and at the same time help fund our important human rights work,” said Peter Tatchell, Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation.
Why not combine attending our fundraiser with a fabulous weekend break in scenic, historic Norwich?
Sightseeing tour of Norwich:
Travel from London:
Liverpool Street to Norwich by train: http://www.greateranglia.co.uk or National Express Bus from Victoria: http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx or Mega Bus from Victoria (cheapest fares): http://uk.megabus.com