Friday 24th March 2017 – Aldridge.
BENefit Gig by Ben Sambrook. “It gives young event managers & musicians opportunities and raises money.”
It is all done in memory of Ben Sambrook who lost his life to a Brain Tumour in 2014 – this music event was inspired by him. We urge you to come down and see some local talent do what they do best.
You will not be disappointed!
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The Buddy Bag Foundation Charity Fashion Show
Fashion Show 2017
Supported by Moor Hall Hotel.
Join us for an evening of fashion with chic French collections from Captain Tortue & Maison Grace,
Occasion wear, fabulous hats and accessories from Nero e Bianco.
Hair by Syer Hair and Make up by Esther Marie.
Ticket Price includes a glass of fizz!!
Enjoy an exciting range of over 10 shopping stores including, Beautiful Hand bags, Captain Tortue & Maison Grace, Nero Bianco, and many more …….
All proceeds to support The Buddy Bag Foundation
The Buddy Bag Foundation that supplies buddy bags to children who find themselves in emergency care after a traumatic incident. These bags help make a difference by ensuring a child has the essential items they need for their immediate wellbeing and comfort.
Big Up The 90s
Friday 31st March 2017 – Walsall Football Club.
“Big Up The 90s” are the UK’s premier live tribute to the music and fashions of the 1990s! The “School Disco” has come of age! Welcome to the “college years” live with Big Up The 90s featuring all the hits that came after school. You’ll be amazed as there is so much more to the 90s than you remember! Covering all genres of the decade with “phat flavas” from Brit Pop to Boy Bands via Girl Power.
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I am so glad I used LNP Sound for my launch event. I thought it was bad news when the venue said they couldn’t meet my sound requirements, but in the end it was a blessing because I called Paul at LNP and he took care of everything. It was a big weight off my mind. My guest speaker, Simon Woodroffe, who has a lot of event experience, spoke to Paul and then came over to me and said “We’re alright. He’s a good sound man.”