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Broken Rainbow celebrates 10th birthday with gala dinner

Joseph McCormick July 7, 2014
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LGBT domestic violence charity, Broken Rainbow, will hold a gala dinner this month in celebration of its 10th birthday.

The dinner will be held on Sunday 20 July at Café de Paris 6pm-10pm, and proceeds will be used to ensure that the organisation can provide help and support to LGBT victims of domestic violence for years to come.

Hosted by comedian and presenter Chris Fitchew, the night will also feature comedian Clare Summerskill and singer-songwriter James Poole. 

Summerskill said: “I am delighted to support the important work that Broken Rainbow does in tackling an issue that is so often considered taboo in LGBT communities.”

Added Poole: “I am extremely proud to be able to contribute to Broken Rainbow’s Anniversary and I hope to be able to continue to support them in their hard work and dedication in bringing the issue of domestic violence out into the open, raising awareness, and offering help and support to those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence and abuse.”

Tickets are available here, with a special discount of up to 30%. Dinner Guest just £85 (usually £120) and VIP Dinner Guest £160 (usually £200).

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