An Evening Out of Africa takes place thisThe Cobden Club in aid of Angels International.

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company is small, the charity is tiny, but they are putting on the biggest night of the summer, raising pots of cash for 2 under-funded hospitals in Malawi.

DJ’s Gaz Mayall (Gaz’s Rockin Blues), Nick Feel, Mikey Spider and Tara Rocks amongst others promise to have guests swinging from the canopy (literally, in The Jungle Hall).

While sultry songsters Danny Pratt and Oli Wennick will have the girls swooning, break-out band The Colour Movement are keeping things lively, to say the least, with their eclectic mix of smartly disheveled catchy tunes (@colour_movement).

And with the complimentary cocktail reception sponsored by Crowns the Evening will likely be one to remember.
Tickets £35 available