Three acts to play gig for Teenage Cancer Trust in Bristol

PUBLISHED: 17:00 11 January 2017

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A Weston-super-Mare woman has organised a concert for the Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) which will see performances from three bands as well as a range of raffle prizes.

Monarks, The Happy Few and Lady Nade will all perform at The Louisiana, in Wapping Road, on Saturday.

The gig has been organised by Daniella Lipscombe and will see alternative rock band Monarks play.

Bristol and London-based group The Happy Few will also perform a range of soul and blues tracks during the evening and Lady Nade will weave blues into soul, jazz into folk and country into gospel during her performance.

During the night prizes including a swim and breakfast voucher for two people at Bristol Lido, a signed pennant from Tottenham Hotspur and a signed drumhead from The Arctic Monkeys will be raffled off to raise more money for the TCT.

The charity supports teenagers who are fighting cancer by providing information about health, running events, conferences and paying for once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

The gig at The Louisiana will begin at 7pm on Saturday. Tickets, priced £12, are available on 01179 299008 or via www.bristolticketshop.co.uk

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