You could win a pair of tickets to the Wireless Festival to see Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z headline together on July 14 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to raise awareness of The Brompton Fountain, which supports families whose children are under treatment for life threatening heart and lung conditions within the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. The Brompton Wish Fountain was developed in early 2012 to provide special treats or help to patients and families on the ward who have been through hard times or extended hospital stays.
The charity is holding a fundraising party at All Star Lanes, Holborn on April 29 to help raise funds with a bowling tournament and an extra chance to win Wireless festival tickets (plus other amazing prizes) in their raffle. Find out more and get your tickets on the event website. Be quick though! Tickets are limited.
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The Garage in Islington has been a mainstay of London’s music scene since 1993, hosting bands such as Oasis, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Radiohead and more. Following a recent change of ownership to the DHP Family (the guys behind Oslo in Hackney), the whole venue has been revamped with a view to maintaining its title as one of the city’s landmark music venues. The Garage itself has a capacity of 600 and has been restored to its former glory with a state-of-the-art soundsystem and a fully refurbished bar area. There’s some decent food offerings on site as well with the newly kitted out General Store and even a cheeky night club tucked upstairs, renamed Thousand Island, decked out with mirrorballs galore.