Better ticket sales help charity

Children affected by war are set to benefit when acclaimed singer-songwriter Frank Turner performs in Doncaster.

Friday, 18th November 2016, 11:29 am
Updated Monday, 21st November 2016, 12:27 pm
Frank Turner performs. Picture: Gary Welford.

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls play the Dome next week as part of their Get Better Tour of 20 cities throughout November and December – Get Better is a track from Frank’s 2015 number-two album Positive Songs For Negative People.

And Frank Turner has teamed up with the organisation Plus 1, so £1 from every ticket sale goes to the charity War Child.

Frank said: “I’m very happy to be working with Plus 1 on this tour – £1 from every ticket goes to the good people at War Child, supporting children and families in communities affected by war all over the world.

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“It feels right to use part of what I do to support such a good cause.”

Chris Hone, head of commercial development at the Dome, said: “We are thrilled to be bringing Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls to Yorkshire.

“The Dome is a great venue for gigs and we’ve are sure that this one will be a night to remember.”

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls play Doncaster Dome on Wednesday, November 23. For tickets, priced from £26 visit The Dome