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Band puts on Xmas show for hospital.

THE Crimson Star - one of the West Midlands' hottest new bands - is helping raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital with a special Christmas show next month.

The Birmingham fourpiece will play the Flapper, Kingston Row, on Sunday, December 15, with all proceeds going towards the Hospital's Children's Cancer Centre Appeal.

The hospital is raising PS4 million so it can transform its cancer centre into a world-class facility for its patients and their families.

It recently passed the halfway point of PS2 million raised.

The Crimson Star, who released their debut EP New Road in August, will be gathering local bands together for the gig.

There will be tinsel, fairy lights, a fancy dress competition and free mince pies.

Doors will open at 7pm, with Out of Sanity at 7.15pm, Face of a Stranger at 8pm, The Crimson Star at 9pm, and it finishes at 10pm.

There are no tickets but attendees will be asked to make a charitable donation on the door (suggested donation PS5).

For more information about all of the bands playing visit: The Crimson Star:,
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Nov 22, 2013
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