On Friday 17th November 2017 , The Legendary Bridgehouse 2 live music venue in East London, opens its doors to the general public at 8pm, to host a night of Entertainment in aid of BBC Children in need, Presented by Sirius Music.
Everyone involved will be donating their time and talent to raise money for this very worthy cause The well known and televised BBC Children In Need.
Children In Need’s first ever Children In Need fundraising event was held on Christmas Day in 1927. It was a five minute radio broadcast that raised £1,143, in 1955, the appeal was shown on television for the first time.
BBC Children In Need is the BBC’s UK Charity, since 1980 it has raised over £890 million to help make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people around the uk.
Pudsey The Charities famous Mascot made his first TV appearance in 1985 and instantly transformed the Children In Need brand. He was created by BBC designer Joanna Ball, and took his name from her home town in Yorkshire.
The late Sir Terry Wogan famously presented BBC Children in need for 35 years until 2014, on January 31st 2016 he sadly passed away from Cancer aged 77. Sir Terry hosted alongside Fearne Cotton, and many Celebrities from 1980 to 2014, to date his friends continue his legacy.
Singer/Songwriter Katie Melua pays homage to Sir Terry with this years Children In Need single “Fields of Gold” one of Terry’s favourite songs.
Jo Wiskin (Sirius Music) qoutes: “I had the pleasure of meeting Sir Terry Wogan when I was personally invited with Lookalike friends into the audience of BBC Children In Need in 2005, he came and shook our hands and thanked us for our support and donation. Sir Terry was someone I enjoyed watching on TV growing up; when we met him he was so humble, so friendly, and such a Character”, A great loss to Children In Need and the Entertainment Industry.
Music has always played a huge part in BBC Children In Need, on Thursday 19th October, the BBC staged “Rock the 80’s”, a very special fundraising concert was held at the SSE Arena, Wembley, celebrating the decade in which BBC Children in Need’s first major appeal took place. Presented by Fearne Cotton and Sara Cox with Ross Kemp who reported from behind the scenes – Bananarama, Boy George, Erasure, Imagination – Leee John, Jason Donovan, Katrina and The Waves, Nick Heyward, OMD, UB40 to name but a few iconic 80’s stars , concert goers fully embraced the retro theme. This will be aired on Monday 13th November on BBC1.
Check out www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk for full details of the Charity and who they support and how to donate.
On Friday 17th November 2017 (The televised appeal night) Bridgehouse 2 will host, presented by Sirius Music, local singers, songwriters, musicians , instrumentalists; all of who are donating their time and talent to support BBC Children In Need. We would love you to attend and show your support! and enjoy the music.
Tickets are £8 in advance £10 on the door. (All Proceeds to BBC Children In Need)
Time : 8pm till late
CONFIRMED ARTISTS :
Wake Up Leo www.wakeupleo.com
Dom Clark Music www.domclarkmusic.com
Billy Hayes Music https://www.facebook.com/BillyHayesMusic/
El’tee www.thisiseltee.com courtesy of Avenoirrecords.com
Shayne Wiskin (DJ set after performances) soundcloud.com/mrwiskin
Event will be Hosted by Radio and TV Presenter Akylah Rodriguez
and supported by Radio Presenter Nick Pearmain @MrNickPearmain www.fm1fm.com