DJ GRAEME PARK SUPPORT FOR SURVIVORS

Additional Info

  • Date: 7th October 2017
  • Time: 19:00 - 01:30 (Last entry: 23:00)
  • Venue: The Townhouse 1-5 High Street, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 7DA
  • Cost: £15.00 plus BF

On Saturday October 7th 2017 the legendary pioneer of house music DJ Graeme Park returns in a special party in aid of the charity 'support for survivors.'

 

Graeme Park needs no introduction as a Haciienda and Cream legend. One of the most influential house DJ's of our generation and still a regular on the global dance scene. He will no doubt generate great exposure for a fantastic charity in one of our biggest parties of the year.

 

His last appearance at the Townhouse back in November last year was simply epic and a sell out. We are pleased to confirm he will be playing the last set again this year 

 

Lineup

 

Graeme Park

 

Supporting DJ's:


Dainty
Sanj Beri
Antony Wyer

 

 

Support for survivors ...

 

Maxine Leigh founder of the charity is a Survivor of ‘Childhood Sexual/Physical/Psychological/Incest Abuse & Rape’. Abused from the age of eight yrs old until her escape at the age of 26 yrs.

 

Maxine accessed NHS services, and for the next 33 yrs she was treated by therapeutic and psychiatric care from the age of 14 ½ years.

 

After a breakdown, she accessed the ‘Charity’, supporting female survivors in February 2010. Maxine realised she was not alone; she was able to express her feelings in a safe and non-judgemental environment.

 

Moving on after months of therapy she was asked to be ‘Chair’ of the Charity'.

 

Lack of services within Nottingham City lead Maxine to set up a self-help support group ‘Support for Survivors’ Sept 2014 with the help of Nottingham City Homes and Self Help Nottingham/shire. ‘Support for Survivors’ organically grew into a Charity.

 

The Charity supports male and female survivors aged 16 plus of ‘Childhood Sexual/physical/psychological/Incest Abuse and rape.

 

Maxine's passion, love and drive to change victims/survivors life, being able to put a smile on a victims/survivors face, hold a hand, telling them it’s okay to cry, it’s okay to smile, to those who live in fear, who are isolated, who do not trust those around them is truly compelling and heart warming.

 

 

"Lets Make Tomorrow A Better Place for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse'
Maxi Leigh / founder

 

 

All profits generated from ticket sales goes to support for Survivors charity.

A registered charitable incorporated organisation number 1165986)