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Broken Rainbow's 10th anniversary

cafe de parisBroken Rainbow – the charitable organisation dedicated to helping LGBT people affected by domestic violence and abuse – is soon to celebrate its tenth anniversary. To commemorate this landmark, the team are throwing a gala dinner on Sunday 20 July 2014 at London's Café De Paris [pictured].

Comedians Chris Fitchew and Clare Summerskill will host the event, while entertainment will come from singer-songwriter, James Poole.
"Having previously enjoyed working with MADTrust and Stonewall and penning last year's single 'Pride' to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying and Anti-Discrimination, I am extremely proud to be able to contribute to Broken Rainbow's Anniversary," says Poole, "and I hope to be able to continue to support them in their hard work and dedication in bringing the issue of domestic violence out into the open, raising awareness, and offering help and support to those whose lives have been affected."

Dinner guest tickets cost £120, which includes a three-course dinner, wine and welcome drinks. VIP tickets cost £200, which includes a goodie bag and the opportunity to mingle with the performers. All money raised will go towards helping Broken Rainbow continue its work. For strictly-limited discounted tickets – offering a 30% discount – click this link to the Broken Rainbow website

Posted: 2 July 2014


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