Sunday Night In with Prevent Breast Cancer

Coming to a living room near you! 

Sunday Night In with Prevent Breast Cancer Charity Event UK

2020 is most definitely one for the history books, and not for the right reasons. Perhaps you’ve had to forgo tickets to the theatre, or missed watching your favourite live band or comedian?

 

Which is why we’re organising a brand-new event…

 ‘Sunday Night In with Prevent’ – a night of glitz and glam. There will be celebrity hosts, music, performances as well as interviews galore from the world of tv and music.

 

Join us for a night of music, interviews and a whole lot of fun…

Featuring Corrie legend Sally Dynevor, the incredibly talented singer and actress Victoria Ekanoye, Manchester icon DJ Clint Boon, singer songwriter and former member of pop group Hear’Say Kym Marsh, actor and DJ Dean Fagan, choreographer Jonathan Chiana, Real Housewives of Cheshire star Seema Malhotra, and our amazing hosts for the evening will be TV and radio presenter Michelle Eagleton and another Corrie favourite Scott Wright.

 

Sunday 23rd August at 7.30pm

Save the date and tune in!

Tickets cost just £20 and will help us to continue working hard to Prevent Breast Cancer for future generations.

On the weekend of the event, you will be emailed the link to watch the show. Then all you have to do is follow the link by clicking on it and tuning in on your chosen device at 7.30pm!

How about linking up your iPad/tablet/laptop to your tv or even a projector screen to make the event really come to life?!

Really want to watch the show, but got plans for when the stream goes live? Then don’t despair, as you’ll be able to watch for a few weeks after! Just buy your ticket before August 23rd, and then catch up at your leisure by following the link that will be emailed to you. 

 

 

So, book that place on the sofa, grab your snacks, and settle down for a night to remember!

 

Prevent Breast Cancer is the only UK charity funding ground-breaking research solely aimed at preventing breast cancer for future generations. Unfortunately, our plans and events for the foreseeable future are either on hold or changing to adapt to our new circumstances, as a result our income has been massively impacted. In order to achieve our vision of a breast cancer free future, we need your support now, more than ever before.