Sponsorship request for Big Gig
MUSIC students from Lowestoft Sixth Form are calling on local businesses to help sponsor their forthcoming project.The students are putting on The Big Gig at Benjamin Britten High School as part of their A-level in Music Technology and they are hoping local companies will offer their support.
MUSIC students from Lowestoft Sixth Form are calling on local businesses to help sponsor their forthcoming project.
The students are putting on The Big Gig at Benjamin Britten High School as part of their A-level in Music Technology and they are hoping local companies will offer their support.
Last year, Untold, Telegram Sam, Apache, No Diversion and Something To Sacrifice all performed at the student-organised event and it is hoped that this year's will be an even bigger success.
The event provides the students with the chance to put into practice what they have learnt under the supervision of course leader Lee Chapman.
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It takes place on Friday, March 26 and will showcase bands from the three Lowestoft high schools. Rock band Ransom and acoustic female duo Reprise have already confirmed to play, while the other acts are to be finalised over the coming weeks.
Morlings The House of Music, in London Road South; Paint It Black clothing in Milton Road East, and R Cropley Roofing Contractors are already supporting the event, and it is hoped more local businesses will step forward to lend their support.
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