A special fundraising gig will be hosted at
St Stephen’s Church in Shepherd’s Bush next month, in support of food awareness charity The Felix
Project. The initiative travels the city
collecting surplus and waste food from supermarkets, wholesalers and other
suppliers and redistributes it free of charge to more than 50 charities.
Some of the most acclaimed names in pop, rock and soul are coming together for this
one-off gig – also in the line-up are soulster Michael Kiwanuka, rockers Bear’s Den,
new folk's Lucy Rose, acoustic balladeer Charlie Cunningham, power-pop trio Palace and upcoming local West London singer-songwriter Isaac Gracie. Spoken word by Jamie
Lee makes this an event not to be missed.
It’s a fairly small, exclusive venue, and places are
limited – The Felix Project is offering just 150 tickets to be allocated by
raffle for a donation of £5, which will go towards funding the projects
continued efforts in minimising food waste and feeding the hungry in the city.
Your fiver only guarantees you entry to the ballot and your chance to win, but
you can be sure that it’s going towards a worthy cause.
Each ballot entry requires a £5 minimum
donation and you can enter as many times as you like. Get your entries in soon
– the ballot closes on 24 February and winners will be
notified by 2pm.
Click here to enter the ballot and be in with your chance of winning tickets.
|What||Mumford & Sons, Daughter and Fat White Family for The Felix Project|
St Stephen's Church, Shepherds Bush
1 Coverdale Road, W12 8JJ | MAP
|Nearest tube||Shepherd's Bush Market (underground)|
On 03 Mar 17, 12:00 AM – 12:00 AM
|Website||Enter the ballot for your chance to win here|