The Crisis at Bush Theatre in aid of SSAFA

A PRIVATE GIG
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The Crisis comprises Giles Crewdson vocals, bass guitar; Robby Crenian, lead guitar; William Crewdson vocals, guitar, keyboards; Charlie Clark drums. On the night we expect to perform covers from Aerosmith to Artic Monkeys, and from the Clash to the Kings of Leon, with lots in between.


Our chosen charity for the evening is SSAFA.  This charity plays an important role supporting families overcome life changing events that are largely unique to our three Armed Services. These include coping with bereavement to the rehabilitation of wounded returning to civilian life.  Major General Robin Searby, Chairman of SSAFA London, has kindly agreed to say a few words.

The Bush Theatre includes both an auditorium and a separate bar area- a cash bar will operate throughout the evening. Please feel free to mix between the two but above all we want everyone to enjoy the evening as much as we will!

Please note that this event is invite only.


If you are unable to attend the event but would still like to give something to this extremely worthy cause you can make a donation on our Just Giving page by clicking here.

This is a past event

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01 Apr
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