Monday, 16 April 2012

The Longest Day - Refugee Week 2012

Q. What do you call the best night of music and comedy ever to come to Crawley?
A. The Longest Day!
A host of the entertainment industry's brightest stars are coming to town to dazzle Crawley's Hawth Theatre in a spectacular charity benefit gig: the 'Longest Day' on 21 June at 7.30pm.

One of the west end's leading actors, Sheila Hancock, along with the poet and entertainer Michael Rosen, comedian Steve Punt and punk poet and songwriter Attila the Stockbroker, are heading the Midsummer Night's team for what promises to be an unforgettable evening of comedy and music. Joining them on the bill will be some of the UK's most up-and-coming young talents, making it a cutting edge, festival-style night.

The Longest Day, as the show is called, will be a mixture of music and comedy, with some serious bits, and is being presented by the Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group. This local charity provides practical and emotional support to people held in the detention centres at Gatwick.
It is one of a number of local events being held during Refugee Week 2012.

Tickets (£15/£10) for The Longest Day are now available from the Hawth Box Office .

There will be just 600 tickets available - and they're selling fast.

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