Hot news from the Le Vay camp this week

This week’s headlines from the Le Vay camp…


CAUSE FOR THOUGHT
I am embarking on a ‘hike for hope’ in Kerala, India, this November, for a very important charity to me, Wellbeing of Women. This hike is to raise millions of pounds towards gynaecological and prostate cancer research. I need to raise a challenging amount of £3, 200 by September, which isn’t that far away, so am asking for your support, a few quid will make a massive difference. I myself have put in a few hundred quid. If you have time, click on the links below and take a look at what the charity does. Thanks you SO much in advance.
http://www.justgiving.com/mslevaystrikesagain
http://www.wellbeingofwomen.org.uk/support-us/overseas-challenge-events/hike-for-hope/


TIME FOR PROGRESS
At last, burntprogress as launched its new website. Has taken a while, but worth the wait! Find out what’s going on in the world of CDR as well as joining this unique music community. Not only is this website a fanzine for music-lovers, but you can also listen to new beats – as well as share them – set up a profile within the community section, contribute your own blog posts and read artist profiles, event previews and loads more besides. So stop reading this, click on the link below and get stuck in!
http://burntprogress.com

GUILTY PLEASURES GET PHYSICAL FOR THEIR HIGHLAND FLING

This year, for the first time in their giddy lives, Guilty Pleasures is taking its full-throttle, musical rollercoaster to the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe for an onslaught of dates to get the festival dancing to their pop beat. Residing at the newest and most exciting venue at Edinburgh Fringe this year, the 600 capacity spiegeltent Assembly @ Princes Gardens, every weekend will see Guilty Pleasures putting on the razzle-dazzle for 16 glorious parties. The “putative global phenomenon” (The Guardian) that is Guilty Pleasures, will  feature Sean Rowley, singing and dancing dj Anna Greenwood, acrobatic dance troupe of manly proportions Hot Gusset and resident Priest Father Oates with his confessional booth, taking confession from the audience within the sanctuary of his booth. A first for Assembly Festivals and Guilty Pleasures – never have the former brought  a club night to the festival, but then this isn’t any old club.
4th – 28th August 2010 / Assembly @ Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh
http://www.guiltypleasures.co.uk/edinburgh

For any further info on the above, dont be shy – drop me a line!

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