Belle & Sebastian curate a show in aid of Save The Children
Added on 27th October 2015

Belle & Sebastian have announced that they will curate and headline a show in aid of Save The Children. The event will take place at The Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow on November 2nd and along with a headline performance from Belle & Sebastian it will feature sets from Franz Ferdinand, Mogwai, Young Fathers as well as special guest appearances from Simple Minds and Josie Long.

Also available on the night will be merchandise featuring a design by artist David Shrigley which he has created and donated specially for the event.  All proceeds from the sales of this merchandise will go to Save The Children. You can buy tickets for the show here

To close off the night Optimo have donated their time and DJing prowess to raise even more funds for the charity by providing an after show party at Clyde Built Bar. Separate tickets are needed for the party and you can get those here


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