Harvest Moon Gala Ball
In aid of Kent Enterprise Trust, at Canterbury Cathedral Lodge on Friday 30th September 2016 from 6:30pm
Dress Code - Formal with a touch of moonlight
"When we say formal with a touch of moonlight we mean; we don't mind the colour of your suit or the style of your tie, black and bows is great but lounge and long are also fine, formal gowns or cocktail gowns for ladies. And a hint of sparkle or pazzaz. There's no upper limit on how smart or dazzling you should dress Crack out the shimmer, the shine and the dazzle."
“I am extremely honoured to be involved and asked to sing for this years gala charity ball. I think the Kent Enterprise Trust does a lot of good work and deserve support I will be encouraging people to sing along and perhaps have a dance and meet some new faces, but most importantly raise lots of funds”
Find out more about Carla via her Facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr David– real name Generation Vinyl– has been a record collector since he was a child. ‘Old school’ in approach, his favourite DJs are the ones with 1 turntable and a collection of crackly Northern 45s, and he loves to play diverse sets which might cover anything from acid-jazz, soul especially northern soul, funk, disco, reggae and brit pop spiced up with anything from Lily Allen to Prince Buster to whatever funky basslines are in people’s ears at the moment.
Generation Vinyl has been playing monthly gigs throughout Whitstable and Canterbury and runs the very popular Northern Soul vinyl evenings at the Wall Tavern and co-hosts the legendary ‘alternative family disco’ in Whitstable. He is a regular at local festivals and as long as they’re dancing, he’s happy! He loves it, people seem to like it, so he keeps on doing it.
Find out more www.facebook.com/generationvinyl
For tickets visit: harvestmoongala.eventbrite.co.uk