Doncaster club to stage evening of entertainment in memory of murdered tot Keigan O'Brien

A Doncaster club is to stage an evening of entertainment to help raise cash for relatives of murdered Doncaster tot Keigan O’Brien.

By Darren Burke
Saturday, 18th January 2020, 2:59 pm

The event will be held in Woodlands later this year and has been organised to help raise funds for relatives of the two-year-old in the wake of the tragedy.

His mum Sarah O’Brien, 32 and her partner, Martin Currie, 36, have both been charged with the murder of Keigan at his home in Bosworth Road, Adwick, earlier this month.

The pair are set to go on trial later this year.

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The event will be staged at Woodlands Rhinos club.

Bands, a comedy ‘Full Monty’ dance routine and a raffle are all part of a line-up of entertainment at the event, dubbed An Evening For Keigan O’Brien.

A post on Facebook said: “This will be an awesome night for all who come, be there or be square.”

The show will take place at Woodlands Rhinos club in Princess Street on March 7 and the dance routine will see groups of local men and women performing moves similar to those in smash hit 1990s Sheffield-set comedy movie The Full Monty.

The show will get under way at 7pm and draw to a close at midnight.

There will also be music from local bands The White Lighters, RPG’s and The Naked Everywhere, while local woman Caz Smith will be having a head shave to raise funds.

Added the post: “The one I’m sure everyone is looking forward to the most is the Full Monty, local lads and lasses daring to strut their stuff on stage for all to see.

“They are being taught a dance routine so will be entertaining to say the least.”

There will also be a raffle with more than 60 prizes and games as well.

Tickets are priced at £20 per ticket or a table of ten for £200. Normal standing tickets are £10 each.

The event is for adults only.

It added: “We have been told we can have 300 people in the venue so come on - let’s get these tickets sold out and have a cracking night and raise as much as we possibly can.”