Very excited for my next show at The Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square!
I am hosting a fantastic night of great music supported by my band and many surprise guest performers. Each night the funds raised from the gig go to directly help the work of The Amy Winehouse Foundation in supporting projects helping young vulnerable and disadvantaged people. This year I will be releasing a live album that was recorded at the end of last year with a DVD of the show it has many of the songs that are on his new album “But Beautiful” but a lot of the tracks were very personal and special to Mitch, Amy and the rest of the family, so come and enjoy a great night of music and song and at the same time help to make a difference.
Pleased to announce an upcoming run of shows at the Hippodrome Casino in aid of the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
Opening night is
SATURDAY 7TH MARCH | 8PM | TICKETS £20, £25, £30, £35
Buy tickets here: Hippodrome Casino
I will also be joined by some special guests, more details to be announced in coming days!
Full list of Hippodrome dates:
All shows will be available via the same link & I will update here and on my Social accounts with any changes. All profits in aid of the Amy Winehouse Foundation!
Can’t wait to see you all!
I wanted to share an update on the www.ADOT.com x Amy Winehouse Foundation #ShedLight Christmas campaign.
To raise awareness of the 93,000 homeless people all over the UK, ADOT.COM has launched a social campaign, highlighting the fact that homelessness is all around us but that no one seems to see it.
The campaign aims to raise money for two different charities, the Amy Winehouse Foundation and New Horizon Youth Centre, and their work in helping and empowering homeless people. Anyone can help support the cause, simply by texting ADOT01 £5 to 70070.
Based on the insight that homeless people are becoming invisible on the streets of the UK, the campaign idea explores beautifully strange portraits of the homeless wrapped in Christmas lights. This is accompanied by a haunting interpretation of the legendary music track ‘Creep’ by Radiohead.
The campaign, which will be running in cinemas, press, on TV, posters and social media, will also be actively supported by public figures Jon Snow, Barbara Winsor, Mitch Winehouse, Caprice and many others.
Ajab Samrai, Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy & Mather Japan said: “With such potent and beautifully disturbing images, this Christmas it will be harder than ever to look away from homelessness.”
Watch this video to learn more and share the campaign with your friends via your Social Networks. All support welcomed for such a worthy cause.