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Charlotte's Helix, UK collaborating partner with the AN25K challenge, requests the pleasure of your company for an evening of words and music.
Featuring the "sumptuous bass voice" of Brindley Sherratt, and his friends from the Royal Opera House, with contributions from poet and published author, Fiona Hamilton, and with special guest David Robb (Downton Abbey's "Dr Clarkson").
Our artistic and other contributors are generously "choosing to give" their support to this collaboration of families, nations, science and art in pursuit of cracking the codes of anorexia nervosa. We ask that you may choose to give your support too.
A drinks bar will be open on arrival and during the interval, and a team from Kings College London will be available before between and after the main entertainment to register anyone who chooses to give a DNA donation.
Seating is not assigned and all tickets have a minimal face value; additional donations are welcomed and encouraged. Beat is choosing to give their support by enabling the charitable donation buttons on the payments page so that you may choose to give more than the price of a ticket. Please give generously; every £1 counts toward the goal, and every £100 will pay for another DNA sample to be added to the total.
More information can be found at www.charlotteshelix.net and we look forward to welcoming you on Thursday 25 September.