An evening of entertainment awaits with a ‘Constellation of Stars’ from Bute in a charity gala performance this weekend.
The ‘Fun and Frolic’ evening on Saturday, December 19 will welcome a host of weel-kent musicians from across the island, including the Red Hearted Vibes, Danny Sweet, Ronnie and Lyanne, Beth Swan, George MacDonald, John McMeekin, Jordan Kane and Anabrese, and the Bute Ukulele Orchestra.
All the artists are no stranger to Bute’s live music scene, and will undoubtedly deliver a super evening’s entertainment - all for a good cause.
The charity gig will be raising funds for ‘Food for People’, a branch of The Prem Rawat Foundation organisation, which provides a daily hot meal for children and elderly in communities in India, Ghana and Nepal, where malnutrition and illiteracy is widespread.
Just one daily, nutritious hot meal and hygiene education has been shown to be a catalyst for transcending abject poverty.
As a result of the charity’s work, each year FFP serves over 100,000 hot, nutritious meals to children and ailing adults from the seven villages surrounding Bantoli, India, with similar outreach projects working in Ghana and Nepal.
There will also be the chance to snag a prize in the charity gig’s super raffle - again, with all proceeds going to ‘Food for People’.
Tickets for the gig - which starts at 7.30pm- are £10 and are available from Musicker and Macqueen’s Butchers.
A night of live music entertainment in aid of charity - what’s not to like?!