Norfolk based band booking to raise £26,000 for Marie Curie UK
Members of Tiger Sky are based in Hunstanton and Kings Lynn
A band from Norfolk are set to headline The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton this year as part of an ongoing campaign to raise £26,000 for Marie Curie UK. Tiger Sky are based in Hunstanton/Kings Lynn and have just released their debut single 'Walking On Raindrops' - The single has been turning heads and the band have really made their mark, having been played on Radio all over the UK and it has now been picked up by Amazing Radio USA!
The group, featuring Damian Carruthers, Adam Brucass and Alexander Tor Stangeland, have been busy in the studio this year and will be releasing a single to celebrate Marie Curie UK's 75th birthday! The single will feature Snettisham School Choir and will launch alongside a just giving campaign to raise funds for the charity.
Guitarist Damian Carruthers said: "We are looking to run a campaign that will bring the whole community together, we are looking for individuals to get involved and organise fundraising events of their own, we can really put our area on the map here and do something incredible for charity whilst making new friend and having fun!"
One local business has already got involved, Istanbul Barbers in Hunstanton gave up their time and did free haircuts for a day, the event raised £258 for the campaign and there are many more events in the pipeline.
If anyone would like to get involved, please email email@example.com.
Tiger Sky will headline The Princess Theatre on 18th October this year. To purchase tickets, please call the box office on 01485 532252.