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Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Seven bands to ‘Rock The Box’ in Crewe for St Luke’s Hospice

 

Seven bands will ‘Rock The Box’ next week (Saturday, August 22) when a fundraising event is held to raise money for St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice.

Featuring bands from a wide range of musical genres, organisers say there will be something for everyone at the Pedley Street venue in Crewe.

Crewe metal band Skeletal Damage headline the gig, which starts at 7pm, with alt-rock six-piece Moving Moscow playing main support as they debut new material as part of a warm-up show.

Also on the bill are Baxter (the musical duo of Hayley Strangelove and Paul Senior), metalcore band Synapse, Dirk Diggler’s Blues Revue and Manchester death metal band The Threat. A special one-off appearance from Crewe’s Interception completes the line-up.

Organiser Helen Sladen said: “This is definitely not a night to be missed. Featuring a line up of fantastic local bands from a mix of musical genres joining together will make for an unbeatable night of live music.

“It will also help to raise as much money as possible for a wonderful charity very close to the hearts of many local people.”

Advance tickets are £3 or £5 on the door. For tickets, check out the event page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/487144938099416/, contact any of the bands or get them direct from The Box.

Those who are unable to attend can still donate to the cause at a JustGiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/rockthebox.

Donation buckets for St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice will also be in the venue on the night. St Luke’s is an adult hospice that cares for people from mid and south Cheshire suffering from cancer and other life threatening illnesses.

Its main site is in Winsford and a further site is at Winterley Grange near Sandbach.

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