Slightly Unusual are pleased to announce that they are holding a special event called 'The Big Variety Night' and it will take place on September 17th 2015 at Calderfields Golf Club in Walsall. This event is being held to raise money for 'Good News All Round' a charity dedicated to helping starving children in Africa obtain much needed clean water on a regular basis. Every single penny of the charity will go to this very deserving charity
The event will bring together some of the biggest and best names in entertainment for one night only. Of course Slightly Unusual will be performing their award winning illusion show which has to be seen to be believed. Also Sam Leeds will be performing his hilarious cabaret show which is very well received every night at The Alton Towers Hotel. David Kettle will be appearing live - David is one of the most popular singers in the UK and has performed in front of the Queen three times, once at Buckingham Palace. Chris Ryder will be on hand to create Caricatures for all the guests in attendance. Finally Alex Foden and Nemed Phoenix from Slightly Unusual will also be on hand to perform mind numbing close up magic. Finally as part of the ticket price you will receive a full carvery for the bargain price of just £20.
'Slightly Unusual are among the top magicians in the UK' says Craig Petty, Marketing Director at Slightly Unusual Ltd. 'We are the current British Magical Society Close Up Magicians of the Year and have performed close up magic on TV numerous times. We are excited at the prospect at performing at such a fantastic event.'
'The acts appearing at this event are the best of the best' says Russell Leeds, Managing Director of Slightly Unusual. 'How we managed to get everyone to donate their time for free I have no idea'.
The event is question is the Calderfields Golf and Country Club, Aldridge Road, Walsall, West Midlands WS4 2JS. Tickets are priced at £20 and the event starts at 7pm. One thing is for sure
Artists: Craig Petty Magician, Slightly Unusual
Category: Fundraisers | Charities