Love laughing? Live music? Dancing? Like the sound of a DJ called Johnny Potatoes? Then the right thing to do would be to head down for a Friday night of entertainment and fun at the lovely Latest music bar.

The event is taking place on Friday 3 July from 7:30pm ’til late.You can also count on some Thai street food and a free drink. This event has been put together by Clementine Westlake (soon to be student at University of Brighton) and Zoe Bellamy.

As well as laughs, jigs and dinner, proceeds from the evening will help with the development of a primary school in Thailand, which Clementine and Zoe would love to see able to repair flood damage and help with the challenges they have in running their English Programme.

Tickets are £25 and can be bought online online or by phone on 01273 687171.

The Verse Staff

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