Showtime for chYps

PUBLISHED: 08:47 05 October 2014 | UPDATED: 08:47 05 October 2014

Jamie Johnson with chYps patients Cam and Megan

Jamie Johnson with chYps patients Cam and Megan

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Celebrity singers will be taking to the stage at Salomons on 18 October for a Showtime Dinner Dance in aid of local children’s hospice charity chYps, Kent Life’s Charity of the Year

Celebrity singers will be taking to the stage at Salomons for a Showtime Dinner Dance in aid of local children’s hospice charity chYps, Kent Life’s Charity of the Year.

Compère TV presenter Kaddy Lee-Preston will be welcoming fellow stars on stage at the glitzy event in Tunbridge Wells on 18 October, including talented singer Jamie Johnson, 20, from Kent who came fourth on this year’s series of BBC’s The Voice.

Award-winning young baritone Matthew Crane will also be gracing the audience with his sensational voice and 90s star Angie Brown plans to get everyone up dancing to her hit with Bizarre Inc I’m Gonna Get You.

Guests will also enjoy a fizz reception, a two-course meal and dancing until late while raising vital funds to help chYps care for seriously ill babies, children and young adults.

● Individual tickets £35 or £300 for a table of 10. Call Events Manager Emma on 01322 626506 or email emma.whittington@chyps.org

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