Clonezone and Ku Bar support Prostate Cancer UK

Gary Hart August 23, 2015

Clonezone and Soho based Ku Bar join forces to raise funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer UK and launch Project SOAKED, the brain child of photographer Mark Lister.

Project Soaked

Project SOAKED is a visual venture from the award-winning photographer, showcasing striking portraits in a calendar and hard back photo book of men amidst a downpour of water.

Lister launched the project to raise awareness of Prostate Cancer with all proceeds going to Prostate Cancer UK.

SOAKED is a non-profit organisation whose purpose is to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK and educate men on Prostate Cancer, including how to examine themselves.

Andrew Haydn-Smith

Actor, TV presenter and winner of Celebrity Rising Star at the British LGBT Awards, Andrew Hayden-Smith will be playing an exclusive DJ set to entertain London’s glitterati and the models featured in the project who will also be present.

The evening will mark the launch of the limited edition calendar and book which will be available exclusively in Clonezone stores across the country.

To book the calendar online, click here:

Clonezone’s marketing manager Topher Taylor, said: “It’s important to us to support Project Soaked and assist Mark in his efforts to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK.”

“We’ve found as a company that a surprisingly low-number of men know the basic facts of Prostate Cancer, including not knowing how to examine themselves for symptoms. We are excited to build a long-term relationship with Project Soaked, with 100% of proceeds from the calendar going directly to the cause”.

The event will take place at Ku Bar, the award winning gay bar on Lisle Street in the centre of London’s Soho on August 29, from 8pm

For more information about the project, click here:

Follow on Twitter: @ProjectSoaked

Event: Clonezone and Ku Bar present the launch of Mark Lister’s Project Soaked

Where: 30 Lisle Street, WC2H 7BA

When: Saturday, August 29

Time: 8pm