WIN / CD + Tickets to Craig Charles Christmas Funk and Soul Club Party in Bloomsbury

By on Thursday, 6th December 2012 at 8:15 pm
 

Two weekends from now, legendary Red Dwarf actor and venerated 6music radio presenter and DJ Craig Charles will be bringing the hottest tunes to his Christmas Funk and Soul Club Party at Bloomsbury’s Bowling Lanes. Jack Tyson Charles, Craig’s son, will lead his full live band and also scheduled to appear are Sir Funk, Mary Go Round and Otis Waby. Even more special guest Santa will be making an appearance. (Come on now, I’ve got you hooked, right?)

This very special event will take place on Saturday the 15th of December and will also be the official album launch party of Craig’s latest, the first ever Funk and Soul Club Compilation from Freestyle Records featuring music from The Bamboos, The Excitements, T-Bird and The Breaks, Smoove and Turrell, Nostalgia 77, Prince Fatty, Lack of Afro, The Stiff Naked Fools, The Apples, Treva Whateva, Federation of the Disco Pimp and the Haggis Horns among many others.

If this all sounds amazing, have we got an early Crimma treat for you. We’ve got a pair of tickets to the party on the 15th as well as a copy of the album to give away to a lucky UK resident reader. Enter our contest below; contest will close on Saturday (the 8th of December) at noon, so get your entries in ASAP. We’ll pick a winner from all the correct entries. Tickets can also be purchased in advance from Bloomsbury Live at the fair price of £8 pounds each here.

The contest is now closed. The winner will be contacted soon by email.

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