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The Unique Events team is presenting a live music event, called Go Live for Cancer Research UK, which will showcase some of the up and coming talent in the Chester music scene. The event takes places on February 7, at Telford’s Warehouse in Chester, from 7pm until midnight.

Bands, such as The Outlanders and The Yellows, will perform a mix of covers and original material live at the event, which will be raising money for Cancer Research UK. There will also be a raffle, as well as a charity representative on hand to discuss their work and sell merchandise in support of the charity.

Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. It also provides advice to those who have been affected by the illness, as well as helping to detect the early signs of cancer to offer prevention methods and support.

Unique Events is a group of Events Management students at the University. The group consists of: Christine Jobber, aged 20; Phoebe Alton, aged 20; Lauren Caffrey, aged 20; Helene Oiahals, aged 21 and Bethan Fossey, aged 19, all from Chester.

Lauren, Unique Events Team Leader, said: “We hope to create a light-hearted and enjoyable atmosphere for an amazing charity, to show our support to those who have been affected by cancer. We are extremely excited to host this event and we really hope that it will be a night to remember.”

The event is being sponsored by Not Another Brand, an online menswear clothing company, and Cart Jacker, a menswear company owned by University of Chester students, Adam Mehta and Alex Edwards, who both study Cybersecurity. Adam is providing Unique Events with jumpers for the evening. He said: “‘Go Live for Cancer Research UK’ will be an exciting evening featuring some talented upcoming student bands from the University. It has been great working alongside Unique Events, as every aspect of this event is created by students, to appeal to students. This event is supporting a popular charitable cause, so this is one you wouldn’t want to miss.”

Steph Tickle, Local Fundraising Manager for Chester, Cheshire and Merseyside, Cancer Research UK, said: “Go Live For Cancer Research UK will be an enjoyable event, with an exciting range of music in support of a charity that is close to the hearts of all those involved.”

Electronic tickets are on sale now and cost £5, plus a £1 online booking fee via Fatsoma: Five pounds from each ticket sold will be donated to charity.

Paper tickets are also on sale for £5. Please contact Unique Events on Facebook (Unique Events), Instagram (@UniqueEvents2019), or email for more information.

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