The Studio Night Club in Nantwich is hosting an 80’s themed concert to raise money for Mid Cheshire Hospitals’ dementia appeal.
The concert will take place on Friday 12th October and features the Electronica tribute band ‘Electro 80s’. The band has a huge local following and their set includes songs by artists such as Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Gary Numan and Duran Duran to name but a few. The show also includes a light display and robotic dancer ‘Man-o-Chrome’.
Nigel Woodhouse, Director of Operations at the Studio, said: ‘It is our absolute pleasure to welcome back ‘Electro 80’s. It is always a full house to see these guys. We are delighted to be able to continue our support for the dementia appeal. Dementia has touched so many of my friends with elderly parents and it is a great feeling to give a little bit to help’.
Carole Salmon, Community Fundraiser for the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity added, ‘This is the fourth event organised by the Studio supporting us this year. Their continued support means so much to us. I’d advise anyone wanting to go on the 12th to get their early!
The money raised will help fund numerous projects across our hospitals and in the community to improve the service for people living with dementia’
Doors open at 8.30pm and entry is free with donations on the door to the ‘Everybody Knows Somebody’ dementia appeal.
To find out more about Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charity dementia appeal and how you can get involved , contact Carole Salmon, Community Fundraiser on 01270 273248.