Popular Bournemouth cafe challenges customers to 14-hour singing marathon for charity

Popular Bournemouth cafe challenges customers to 14-hour singing marathon for charity

Popular Bournemouth cafe challenges customers to 14-hour singing marathon for charity

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A POPULAR cafe bar is challenging customers to a 14-hour singing marathon for charity.

Flirt Cafe Bar at the Triangle is hosting the all-day open mic event tomorrow, 9am-11pm, in aid of Dorset Blind Association.

Rob Hazell, co-owner of Flirt, said: “We host an open mic night monthly on a Saturday. Those nights are always popular, including singing, bands, poets, comedians and storytellers. This 14-hour event will be similar but all performers will pay a minimum £1 per song or poem with all proceeds going to the Dorset Blind Association.”

Anyone can just turn up for a performance slot. Call 01202 553999 or email flirt@flirtcafebar.com

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5:31pm Sat 12 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

Another free ad,we can guess where the echo reporters go for tea and coffee.
Another free ad,we can guess where the echo reporters go for tea and coffee. pete woodley
  • Score: -7

10:03pm Sat 12 Apr 14

misplacedspaniard says...

pete woodley wrote:
Another free ad,we can guess where the echo reporters go for tea and coffee.
What a horrible thing to say. This cafe are always doing their bit for charity. They don't need to advertise as it's a lovely cafe very popular. I often go in there with my family. Well done Rob and Pete. Ignore the haters ****
[quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: Another free ad,we can guess where the echo reporters go for tea and coffee.[/p][/quote]What a horrible thing to say. This cafe are always doing their bit for charity. They don't need to advertise as it's a lovely cafe very popular. I often go in there with my family. Well done Rob and Pete. Ignore the haters **** misplacedspaniard
  • Score: 8

4:35am Sun 13 Apr 14

MrPitiful says...

pete woodley wrote:
Another free ad,we can guess where the echo reporters go for tea and coffee.
To be fair, they are trying to publicise their charity event, more than their actual business.

Unlike a certain other town centre bar/restaurant that the Echo blatantly features in the name of news, at the slightest excuse.
[quote][p][bold]pete woodley[/bold] wrote: Another free ad,we can guess where the echo reporters go for tea and coffee.[/p][/quote]To be fair, they are trying to publicise their charity event, more than their actual business. Unlike a certain other town centre bar/restaurant that the Echo blatantly features in the name of news, at the slightest excuse. MrPitiful
  • Score: -1

11:25am Sun 13 Apr 14

pete woodley says...

They also lost two charity collection boxes that the public put into.
They also lost two charity collection boxes that the public put into. pete woodley
  • Score: 2

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