Music students' Redhill charity gig

First published in News

A group of music students from Coulsdon College are set to go live with their first gig of the year in East Surrey next month.

The students will be performing under the name Spectrum of Sound at the Hellfire Club at 9 Queensway, Redhill, on Saturday, May 24.

The date will be raising money for the charity Friends of Picu, the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton General Hospital.

It will also give the young musicians more experience in playing live.

The gig will run from 9pm until midnight, with a 30-minute break in the middle of the performance.

There will not be an entry charge but donations will be welcomed in a collection box, with all donations going to the charity.

Gig-goers must be aged over 18 to attend, and will be asked for identification on the door.

Food and drink will be available on the night from the Hellfire Club, but cannot be brought into the performance from outside.

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