Gig night will raise money for vital defibrillator in East Tilbury

The event will see five bands take to the stage at the Fenlands Club.

The event will see five bands take to the stage at the Fenlands Club.

First published in News

A NIGHT of music featuring Essex talent will also help raise funds for a defibrillator in East Tilbury.

The gig, on Saturday, February 1, will see five acts bring their eclectic mix of music through the years to the Fenlands Club, in Princess Avenue.

Taking to the stage will be the Heaters, who’ll be playing favourites from Stevie Wonder and Bon Jovi among others, and mod beat group Collibosher, who take their influences from the Small Faces and the Kinks.

Breaking Strings will be playing hits by the likes of Beverley Knight and the Scissor Sisters and solo act Louis Sorrell-Wilde, who counts his influences as Michael Buble and Olly Murs, will be also be performing on the night.

DJ-ing is SkaNMash, who’ll be bringing Jamaican rhythms to the digital decks alongside mash-ups, covers and remixes.

The night kicks off at 7pm. Tickets are £3 for under 14s and £5 for adults.

For more information, call Liam on 07530 756911.

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