Retro sounds do the rounds in support of Milton Keynes homeless charity

Circlespin Promotions present a night of 60s live music and DJs in aid of local homeless charity 'MK Open Door' later this month.

Ray Lee front man of Mad Mods and Englishmen and Ruthie McGarry, owner of 60s clothing shop 'All or Nothing' have joined forces to put on the special bash, happening on December 22.

This gig isn't set for your usual bar, or gig hot-spot though, but rather the more unusual confines of the Church of Christ the Cornerstone.

Get on your feet, and onto the dance floor where you'll be able to cut loose to the sounds of The Who, The Jam, The Small Faces and original 60s influenced sounds from Northampton mob 'The Keepers'.

DJs will spin a mix of mod, 60s, ska and northern soul throughout. Tickets are £5 and available via paypal ''. Enquiries:

Every penny raised will go directly to the charity which relies of public support to continue their essential work - especially over the coldest period. Your fun night out can help others have warmth this Christmas.


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