Last Night of the Proms

@ Newcastle City Hall

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15 October 2016

7pm

from £10

Daft as a Brush are delighted to be hosting this year’s Last Night of the Proms concert, full of pomp and circumstance, at Newcastle City Hall.

After a successful concert in 2015 this North East Charity funded a new ambulance specifically to transport children with cancer to and from the Great North Children’s Hospital. Over 6000 cancer patient journeys last year were only made possible by the dedication and service of a magnificent team of 254 volunteer staff. There is no charge to the patients for our service, which transports them in a safe and comfortable environment for their chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy treatment, then returning them home immediately.

The concert continues the 25 year tradition of a Last Night of the Proms Concert within the City of Newcastle for the benefit of those suffering cancer and undergoing chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

This year the Concert Team are crafting another traditional programme that will suit the 45 piece Bede Wind Orchestra and the stunning vocal chords of the principal soloist and the two rising stars who will accompany her. There will be a supporting cast of choirs from across the age spectrum to lift the roof and to make this another memorable evening.

Through the event, the charity endeavours to ensure that all of your ticket money represents a donation to the charity.

Venue
City Hall
Northumberland Rd
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8SF

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