A reggae gig is to be held on a Bermondsey estate to raise money for the Make a Wish foundation.
Two members of the eight-piece ska and reggae band, The Dualers, are due to perform at the Keetons Estate Tenants’ Hall on behalf of the charity, which grants wishes to seriously ill children.
The popular band, from south-east London, have previously earned top 30 UK singles and supported the band Madness, despite having little industry backing.
Lead singer Tyber and lead guitarist Pete, two members of the band, will be performing two lots of 45 minute sets at the gig on Saturday, January 25.
Additional music will be played by a DJ, and a raffle and fully licensed bar will also be provided at the venue on Tranton Road.
The venue opens at 7pm, with last entry at 7.30pm. The “small, intimate venue” has a total capacity of 120.
More details and tickets can be purchased for £38 by searching ‘Tyber and Pete at the Keetons Hall Skiddle’ or clicking here.