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Some Charities Do 'Ave 'Em - Michael Crawford CBE to appear at exclusive event for national organisation The Sick Children's Trust
TV funny-man, Michael Crawford CBE – star of ‘70s comedy Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em – will perform at an exclusive event hosted by broadcaster Alice Beer in Cambridge next month.
An Audience with Michael Crawford will take place on Wednesday 11th April 2018 at 7:30pm at The Guildhall in Cambridge to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust.
The event will see the actor – who is also the charity’s President – in conversation ITV’s This Morning Consumer Rights Champion, and Sick Children’s Trust Vice President, Alice Beer and then taking questions from the audience. Meanwhile, Irish Soprano, Margaret Keys will add a musical element to the proceedings.
‘We’re delighted to introduce this exclusive evening as part of our events programme to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust,’ said Patsy Glazebrook, Vice President of the charity’s Cambridge Fundraising Committee.
‘An Audience with Michael Crawford is guaranteed to be a wonderful occasion celebrating Michael’s illustrious career as one of Britain’s best-loved actors and his commitment to The Sick Children’s Trust for more than 30 years.
The charity supports around 4,000 families with children in hospital by providing free, high quality ‘Home from Home’ accommodation – with two of these facilities located in Cambridge.
‘I am delighted to be hosting an evening in Cambridge, which is home to the dedicated Cambridge Fundraising Committee and so many wonderful supporters of The Sick Children’s Trust,’ Michael commented. ‘The Sick Children’s Trust is a remarkable charity and makes such a crucial difference to so many seriously ill children and their families.
‘The funds raised from this evening will provide a ‘Home from home’ for so many families from Cambridgeshire and beyond,’ he continued, ‘Keeping them together by their sick child’s bedside so they can offer the vital love and comfort every child needs.
‘Thank you to everyone who will take the time to come along to the event at The Guildhall and support this charity which is so very close to my heart,’ he finished.
Tickets for the event are priced at £27.50 per person and are available at The Sick Children’s Trust website.