Party to celebrate station's birthday

PARTYGOERS are invited to help BBC Radio Suffolk celebrate its 15th birthday in style at a night of live music to help raise money for two local charities.

PARTYGOERS are invited to help BBC Radio Suffolk celebrate its 15th birthday in style at a night of live music to help raise money for two local charities.

Revellers will be treated to the sounds of Paul Lilies tribute to Elvis Presley 'A Little less Conversation', followed by acapella band The Magnets and finally Soul Kitchen all in aid of the St Elizabeth Hospice in Ipswich and St Nicholas Hospice in Bury St Edmunds.

On top of this there will be a chance for members of the audience leave with a variety of prizes in the '15 to win' competition ranging from a VIP trip for 15 around Ipswich Town Football Club to a weekend away in Europe's 15th largest city, Vienna.

Norman Lloyd, publicity and promotions manager for BBC Radio Suffolk, said: "I know it's a cliché but this is really not to be missed. It's a concert that people will be talking about for a long time afterwards.

"We've got the chemistry right for all the bands that are coming along and I'm sure that people will have a fantastic time.

"The important thing is that we will not only be having a lot of fun to mark our 15th birthday but will also be raising money for two very important local charities."

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The celebration takes place at the Ipswich Regent Theatre on Tuesday April 12 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £12.00 each and are available from the Central Box Office next to the Corn Exchange in Ipswich, the Regent Box Office or by calling 01473 433100.

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