What: Mad Jocks and Englishmen, live, in aid of Independent Age
Where: St Mary’s and St John’s Bar, Gravelly Hill North, Erdington
When: Friday 2 December, from 8pm
Come and delight in an evening of sensational songs, side-splitting stories, incredible instrumentals and great gags with Mad Jocks and Englishmen.
Mad Jocks and Englishmen are now celebrating over 35 years in the music business. The band has an established national reputation, and provides a unique blend of music and amusement to suit all audiences. With roots in folk music, Mad Jocks and Englishmen have developed over the years to encompass contemporary music, bluegrass, country, and a generous helping of humour.
This is a rare chance to enjoy a great evening with a band who don’t often perform gigs in public venues. All profits from the evening will go to Independent Age, the charity which provides information, advice and support to thousands of older people across the UK and Republic of Ireland (including around 240 people in the West Midlands).
For more information about this event and to buy tickets, contact George Collins, Independent Age Area Manager for the West Midlands on 0121 355 4800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For media inquiries, contact Rebecca Law on 020 7605 4291 or email@example.com
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About Independent Age
Independent Age is a unique and growing charity, providing information, advice and support to thousands of older people across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. It has recently merged with two other older people's charities, Counsel and Care and Universal Beneficent Society, to provide a broader range of services than any of the charities could provide separately.
For more information visit: www.independentage.org