Head down to the world famous 12 Bar Club to see the best of new music from Oxford and London as Faith, Hope and Charity returns for the 4th year to raise vital funds for Macmillan.
Annual fundraising gig, Faith, Hope and Charity, returns to London’s West End, raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. And what better way to beat the January blues than to head down and enjoy some great bands and DJs!
The event showcases some of the best new music from London and Oxford at London's world famous 12 Bar Club.
Invited this year are rising singer songwriter, London-based Ben Willis. Ben has a unique and compelling style of music, which focuses on a strong and broad vocal, thought provoking lyrics and catchy hook lines.
Oxford's very finest yob savants, The Black Hats ('all arty edginess and hooligan anthems') will also be taking to the stage, and they're joined by fellow Oxford band Flights of Helios who describe themselves as a 'drone/popular song/psychedelic ensemble'.
The line-up is completed by London-based Partly Faithful, who are looking set for a great year in 2013.
The party continues long after the main acts have finished with DJs keeping the tunes going until 3am.
Time - doors open at 7pm, first band on stage from 7.45pm
Tickets - £6 and can be purchased here.
Venue – 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street, London WC2H 8NL
Age restrictions - For those thinking of bringing their children age restrictions at the venue are 16+ unaccompanied (ID may be asked for), or 12+ if accompanied.
Donations – if you wish to donate please go to our Just Giving page.
Contact – for any questions about the event, please contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org