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Tom Jones and Paolo Nutini work with Mencap

October 12, 2010 by  

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Tom Jones and Paolo Nutini work with Mencap

MENCAP’S LITTLE NOISE SESSIONS CELEBRATE THEIR 5TH BIRTHDAY WITH A SERIES OF DIVINE PERFORMANCES
15TH NOVEMBER – TOM JONES, LAUREN PRITCHARD & SPECIAL GUESTS

15 November 2010; Union Chapel, Islington
www.littlenoisesessions.org.uk

To celebrate their 5th birthday, Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions have enlisted superstar Tom Jones, multi-platinum selling Paolo Nutini and band of the moment Hurts to perform at the legendary series of acoustic gigs taking place from 15th – 20th November at Islington’s Union Chapel. Subscribe at www.littlenoisesessions.org.uk to get tickets ahead of general release on Friday 15th October, with all proceeds going to learning disability charity, Mencap.

Subscribe now, for just £6 for six months to the Little Noise Sessions website www.littlenoisesessions.org.uk and have exclusive access to a host of great content including; priority ticketing, backstage footage, audio, photos and all the latest news from the daily Little Noise backstage blog. Subscribers will also be able to pick the best pew in the Chapel with priority entry to the gigs.

Curated by Mencap Ambassador Jo Whiley, once again Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions will bring some of the hottest names in music, over six very special nights, to perform acoustically in the exquisite surroundings of the Union Chapel. The stripped back music mixed with the intimate venue gives the audience the chance to see something truly unique each night.

Kicking off Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions birthday celebrations in style on Monday 15th November is Welsh legend Tom Jones who will be performing a special set from his latest album Praise & Blame, enlisting support on the night from some special guests! The night will be opened by hot, new, soul songstress, Lauren Pritchard.

Previous acts that have taken to the Union Chapel stage include Bono and The Edge, Arctic Monkeys, Killers, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Editors, Kasabian, Florence + The Machine, Noel Gallagher, Amy Winehouse, Stereophonics, Katy Perry, Snowpatrol and Lily Allen. Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions are famous for wowing audiences with a bumper line-up and a host of surprise guests and this year will be no exception.

Mencap ambassador Jo Whiley says: “Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions are back and it’s a very special year as we celebrate our 5th birthday with another stunning line up. Join us at the Chapel to witness some unbelievable gigs as well as raising money for this worthwhile cause.”

Mark Goldring, Mencap’s chief executive, commented: “We are thrilled to be celebrating the fifth year of the Little Noise Sessions. These intimate gigs not only raise much-needed funds for Mencap, they also help us to raise awareness of learning disability, which can be a hard disability to understand. The money raised will help Mencap continue to support thousands of people with a learning disability across the UK”.

This year will also see the return of Mencap’s Big Noise Sessions, which makes its London debut in December. Last year’s inaugural event saw bonafide superstars Coldplay perform a one-off homecoming gig in Exeter all in aid of Mencap.

There are 1.5 million people with a learning disability in the UK, who are among the most excluded and disadvantaged people in our society. Those with a learning disability find it harder than others to learn, understand and communicate. Mencap fights for the changes that people with a learning disability, their families and supporters want and need so that they can live their lives the way they choose.

Monday 15th November: Tom Jones Presents Praise and Blame with friends and Lauren Pritchard
Price: £50.00*

*All ticket prices are subject to an additional booking fee

DISABILITY BOOKING LINE: 020 7696 5547






 

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