Alexander Armstrong (Pointless, Have I Got News for You, The Imitation Game, Armstrong & Miller and many more programmes) has very kindly agreed to compere and sing at a special concert at Farm Street Church Mayfair, on 4 February in aid of the St Vincent de Paul Society's Vinnie Packs for the homeless. Joining him is renowned soprano, Miranda Heldt and the Choir With No Name, who are homeless or affected by homelessness.
The SVP have assembled and distributed around 12,000 Vinnie Packs throughout England and Wales this winter. Each Vinnie Pack contains a thermal hat, gloves, two pairs of socks, wet wipes, toothpaste, toothbrush, pen and information sheet and packs are handed out on soup runs, at drop in centres and to individuals on the streets.
Tickets for the concert are expected to sell out. Book early to avoid disappointment. The concert will last around one and half hours and there will be drinks available in the adjoining hall after the performance.
If you know or work for a business that could help with printing the programmes, sponsoring the drinks post-performance or advertising in the concert programme, please contact [email protected]
The Vinnie Pack charity concert takes place at 7pm on Monday 4 February 2019 at Farm Street Catholic Church, 114 Mount Street, Mayfair, London SW1P 9EZ
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