Last chance to get your tickets for Saturday night's 80s for Autism disco
27 Jun 2018 9:43 AM
This Saturday night at The Delacroix Bar the hugely popular '80s for Autism' night returns again with all proceeds go to The Jigsaw Project. Tickets for the event are £7 and are now sold out at Cool Discs but some are still available at The Delacroix Bar. Lana Campbell, organiser, said the event is supporting local children with autism. She said that dressing up in 80s clothes for the night is 'not compulsory but fun'! She thanked a number of people who helped her make the event possible for their continuing support. "I want to thank DJs Donald Stewart and Conka McBride for there continued support on all of these event - also thanks to Micky Doherty, Maureen Campbell, Emmet Doherty and Encore Contemporary Choir for performances at these nights and a massive thank you to the hundreds of people who come year after year but now am hanging up my roller boots!" Tickets available for £7 at The Delacroix Bar. The event starts at 8.30pm on Saturday, June 30.
Pictured above: Dressing up in 80s clothes is not compulsory but it is fun!
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