Hope Springs

Miller Philanthropy to host a charity concert at Cadogan Hall

 

On Tuesday 18th March, Miller Philanthropy is to host an evening of entertainment in aid of small charities at Chelsea’s Cadogan Hall.

 

The event, which is to be compered by The Telegraph’s ‘Mandrake’ columnist Tim Walker, will benefit two charities dealing with ex-offenders and ex-gang members named Only Connect and Regenerate; a charity for severely disabled individuals named PIP (Pursuing Independent Pathways) and another, The Amber Trust, that helps children with severe learning difficulties through music. 100% of the ticket price will be donated to the named charities.

 

Hope Springs

Performers will include a choir whose members are homeless, the Choir with No Name; singer-songwriter-rapper and MOBO award nominee Misha B; beatbox enigma and human voicebox Reeps One and the autistic savant known as the ‘human iPod’ Derek Paravacini.

 

Gina and Alan Miller are great hosts and passionate supporters of the premise that charity needs better regulation and governance. Through their foundation, established in 2009, the couple have granted some £620,000 to beneficiary charities to date and of their work, Gina commented:

 

“We aim to help small charities and individuals who undertake heroic work in the community. Hope Springs is something that will not only entertain, it’s something that will help the disadvantaged and disabled at the very edges of society”.

 

 

 

Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7730 4500.

 

Standard tickets are £50, whilst VIP tickets are £120 and include a pre-concert canapé and drink reception. Tickets for under-18s and OAPs are priced at £30. To book click here.

 

 

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