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May the fourth be with you

Prepare for a starry night at the Cotton House

Published on April 27th 2007.


May the fourth be with you

The Cotton House are hosting a musical extravaganza from New York to London and now, to Manchester. The all star jam session is on Friday 4 May in support of the New Children’s Hospital Appeal. Hollyoaks star Ashley Taylor Dawson and legendary maestro of Music Box Live, Patrick Alan, are teaming up to host the exclusive musical extravaganza at Manchester’s Cotton House.

Ashley, who has played Darren Osbourne in the Channel 4 soap on and off since 1999 said: “I am thrilled to be working with Patrick in support of the New Children’s Hospital Appeal. We’ve secured a fantastic line up for the event and I hope that the people of Manchester will take advantage of this and in turn lend their support to this very special appeal.”

Street magician Dynamo, who has performed for Pharrell Williams, Busta Rhymes and even HRH Prince of Wales will also be spreading some magic in the Cotton House for the evening.

Beat boxing group and UK festival must-see Duke have also signed up to support the event along with bands King Henry and Long Day Gone. Hollyoaks actress Carly Stenson (Steph Dean) will be singing and Chris Fountain – Hollyoaks’ bad boy Justin Burton – will be providing a guest DJ set.

Tickets are priced £15 and are available by contacting the Cotton House on 0161 237 5052. All net proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to The New Children’s Hospital, which aims to raise £20m for parental accommodation so families can stay close to their child while they are in hospital and for state of the art equipment.

The New Children’s Hospital, due to open in 2009, will be the new home for Manchester’s much loved Booth Hall and Royal Manchester Children’s Hospitals.

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