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Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Brighton Charity Performance this Sunday

SPORTING CHANCE is an evening of poetry and prose, comedy and music...all on the theme of sport from penalty shoot out highs to please-sir-the-dog-ate-my-PE-kit lows.
Sunday Sept 12 7.30 pm Iambic Arts Theatre in Regent Street, North Laines, Brighton Tickets £5/4
Featuring: John O' Donoghue - winner of MIND book of 201...
Outstanding performance poet Naomi Foyle
LOL funny Yvo Luna
Bernadette Cremin - who can hush a room with one word
Biographer Derek Watts
Novelist Bridget Whelan
and many more....all telling sporty tales of one kind or another.
It is a fundraiser in aid of Dan Field's trip to Rwanda for Cricket Without Boundaries - a charity that empowers local communities while spreading AIDS awareness.
Dan is 22 years old and registered blind. A passionate believer in the merits of running, falling down and getting up again he has been capped 27 times for his country and is now regarded as probably the best blind wicket keeper in the world...He's also my nephew and I am very, very proud of him.  

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