Popular Bournemouth cafe challenges customers to 14-hour singing marathon for charity (From Bournemouth Echo)
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Popular Bournemouth cafe challenges customers to 14-hour singing marathon for charity
3:00pm Saturday 12th April 2014 in News
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 email@example.com
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