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Local soul band to raise funds for Leicester The Bridge

The Pirates of Soul to play at Sapcote Club on 24th February 2024 with donations going to The Bridge Homelessness to Hope.


Local soul band, The Pirates of Soul will be appearing at the Sapcote Club in Leicestershire to raise funds for The Bridge Homelessness to Hope



The Pirates of Soul to play at Sapcote Club on 24th February 2024 with donations going to The Bridge Homelessness to Hope.
The Pirates of Soul


The 10-piece band were originally formed in the 1990s and re-formed in 2023. On Saturday 24th February 2024, they will be playing a high energy tribute to the Blues Brothers, The Commitments and more classic soul and R&B music.


Doors will open at 7.30pm at the Sapcote Club, 19 Hinckley Road, Sapcote, Leicestershire, LE9 4FS. Tickets are free and all donations from people on the night will go to supporting The Bridge Homelessness to Hope’s services for the city’s homeless community.







Tim Hawkins, founder member of The Pirates of Soul said:


“We’re proud to support The Bridge Homelessness to Hope. We’ve all known people who’ve been sofa surfing. The wider homeless situation is clearly worsening so it’s a good time to get involved and make people more aware. We’re so excited to be playing at this fundraiser. Our set should really get people up and dancing so we hope to see lots of people there, dancing and donating!”

David Fawcett, Chief Executive at The Bridge Homelessness to Hope, added:


“It’s great that The Pirates of Soul are supporting the charity at this show. We know that they will put on a fantastic night of soul music so hope that people get along, enjoy themselves but also raise vital funds to help us support Leicester’s homeless community.”

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