The Fabulous Charity Fund Raiser

March may seem a while away yet, but this is one event you must put in your diaries to ensure you don’t get double booked.
The Fabulous Charity Fund Raiser is being organised in association with those lovely folk over at Bestival.
It’s all in aid of …

March may seem a while away yet, but this is one event you must put in your diaries to ensure you don’t get double booked.

The Fabulous Charity Fund RaiserThe Fabulous Charity Fund Raiser is being organised in association with those lovely folk over at Bestival.

It’s all in aid of a very worthy cause, The Isle of Wight Youth Trust and marks the 25th anniversary of the charity.

The night of musical entertainment will feature two of our favourite bands, the very gorgeous Dub Pistols and the equally excellent The Hat.

Who else would you expect on the decks at a Bestival party? Yes, none other than head honcho himself, Rob Da Bank will be spinning the latest vinyl and The Bees Sound Selection will be bringing their favourite tunes to get the dance floor bumping.

With a special performance from Island hop hop team, Blank Beats this looks sure to be a night to remember.

Tickets are just £15 (don’t forget it’s for a good cause) and available from The Venue or Generation in Newport.

This one is strictly over 18s and the action continues until 2am.

Don’t forget to say where you heard about it.

Tuesday, 13th January, 2009 12:30pm

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suze

Wow! how great- what a shame that something to celebrate the fabulous work of the Isle of Wight Youth Trust is for over 18’s.

suze

yes I think 14+ would be much more appropriate, nice that Studio (Newport) have put on a number of 14+ events. Southampton and Portsmouth Guildhall generally have a 14+ policy, as do Wedgewood rooms etc, I am sure that if Portsmouth and Southampton Councils (Guildhall’s) can manage it the Isle of Wight Council could?

roger regular

I think the reason “the Venue” are running this as a 18+ event is; because it goes on to 2 am. Which means they will have to ensure all minors are out of the building by (not sure of the time).

suze

Yes Roger I think your right, but perhaps it would have been a good idea to look at times that could include 14+, Think other Venues I mentioned are generally midnight or 1.