...Good On The Dance Floor
Thursday 26th October 2006
@ SOUTH NIGHTCLUB, 4a South King Street, Manchester
9pm – 2am £5.00 on the door
All proceeds to M.E. Charity AYME
Superstar Djs are queuing up to show their talents and give you an Indie night of your life! And it’s all for a great cause…!
The night is packed with Djs who have made Manchester’s musical history…and some up and coming Djs too. So far we have Clint Boon and Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets), Mike Joyce (The Smiths), Marc Riley (The Fall/Shirehorses/6Music), Dermo (Silent Partners/Northside), Andy Woods (Smile/The Rev fm), with That LazySunday DJ (Corbieres/Bay Horse/ Jam St Café).
Further ‘Special’ guests are promised.
One lucky attendee will win an original photo of The Smiths outside Salford Lads Club as used on The Queen Is Dead sleeve, printed & signed by world famous photographer Stephen Wright.
This event is about living life to the full while raising awareness of the misunderstood illness M.E./CFS; this affects 250,000 people in the UK, 25,000 of which are children and young people.
Dedicated night clubber, Jo Williams lost her life to breast cancer at the tender age of 37 after also being bed-bound for 12 years with severe M.E.: Myalgic Encephalopathy also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
The big event will be a celebration of her short but music-filled life. It will also raise money for the Association of Young People with M.E., the charity that helped Jo understand what was happening to her body when she was struck with excruciating pains in her muscles and head, couldn’t stand daylight or to be touched, was plagued with memory and concentration problems and eventually became bed-bound.
The charity helped Jo get help from disbelieving doctors and welfare benefits staff.
If you or anyone you know is affected by ME/CFS, AYME can help: www.ayme.org.uk or call on: 08457 23 23 89.
For further details contact
Damian Morgan on 07887878887