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Melissa James and Tom Robinson raising money for Small Steps Project

Melissa James & Tom Robinson at the Queen of HoxtonSinger Melissa James continues in her quest of raising awareness and much needed funds for the Small Steps Project, which I reported on earlier this year.

Her idea to host a range of pop up gigs in Galleries, has seen her put on events not only in London but further afield in Paris. Such has been the success of ‘Gig in a Gallery’ that Melissa has almost reached her fund raising target of £1000 – and she hasn’t even finished!

If you weren’t able to make the previous events held at the Dorothy Gallery, Paris or even the ones held throughout London – fear not as there are still 2 more! The next being a very exciting gig at the Queen of Hoxton, 30th October, London, which sees Melissa joined by BBC 6’s Tom Robinson and many more!

Tickets cost £5 in advance Music Glue see below for further details and remember 100% of all proceeds received from ticket sales of these events will go to Small Steps Project.

If you can’t make it but would still like to make a donation to this great cause, please visit the Gig in a Gallery, Just Giving page or text your donation amount followed by the code GIAG77 to 70070

MELISSA JAMES – GIG IN GALLERY 

WEDNESDAY 30TH OCTOBER 2013, 7PM

QUEEN OF HOXTON

1-5 CURTAIN ROAD

LONDON

EC2A 3JX

 

TICKETS: £5 (Adv) from http://musicglue.com/giginagallery/

NEAREST TRANSPORT: LIVERPOOL STREET / OLD STREET TUBE OR SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET OVERGROUND

News coming soon on the final Gig in a Gallery event to be held at the ‘October Gallery‘ in December.

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