Gather a group of fun friends together on Sunday, April 22, for a fantastic four-hour dance party at Brighton’s Concorde 2 and have a ball raising money for Martlets hospice in Hove.
Club DJs including Lucy “Elle J” Small from Funk the Format and Soul Casserole want you to Dance Through the Decades as they pump out the very best dance anthems from the 60s to the 90s over the course of four hours. If you like to strut your stuff, throw some shapes or disco like a diva then this will be your idea of dance heaven.
Go full-on retro with fancy dress if you dare; so unfurl those flares, dig out your shoulder pads, go all double-denim or perhaps sprinkle on some glitter for a totally fabulous look!
Clem Hunnisett from the Martlets Fundraising Team, said: “We’re promising some top tunes; your twinkle-toes won’t be able to resist the dance floor!
“There will be some big, feel-good anthems, songs to singalong to and tracks that will definitely put a smile on your face. Before you know it, you’ll be dancing your socks off!
“It’s going to be a fantastic afternoon and every penny raised through sponsorship will go towards caring for people from the Brighton and Hove area. Martlets is a charity so it’s thanks to the kind support of local people that we can provide our support free from charge.
“Entry is £16 and we are looking to raise as much money as we can in sponsorship.”
As Concorde 2 is a licenced venue, this event is only open to those aged 18 or over.
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