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Soundcheque is proud to present 'Sound for Sight', a night filled with inspirational people and surprise celebrity performances. Hosted by BBC presenter Jeremy Vine.
Come and celebrate World Sight Day at the world famous Tabernacle, in Notting hill, on October 9, for a night filled with inspirational people and surprise celebrity performances!
Embark on an unbelievable journey, a concert in pitch darkness, in partnership with RP Fighting Blindness.
'Sound for Sight' is the grand finale of a week-long challenge taken by Soundcheque Founder, Laura Westcott who will become blind for a week to raise awareness of the genetic eye disorder, retinitis pigmentosa.
Laura decided to partake in this challenge after discovering that her friend, Yvette Chivers - Founder of Beats Foundation CIC, has the condition RP.
Laura's aim is to raise awareness and funding for RP, who are extremely close to finding a treatment.
"The money raised by Sound for Sight will help us find a treatment for retinitis pigmentosa." David Head, Chief Executive: RP Fighting Blindness
Laura will be mentored by the Chief Political Correspondant of the Press Association, Joe Churcher and also Denise Leigh, the headline performer of the London 2012 Paralympic opening ceremony - both have RP.
The event will be streamed live on Soundcheque.com and World Sight Day's website and an album will be available soon after, with proceeds going to RP Fighting Blindness.
Can't make it? You can still support us in raising funds for research for a treatment by donating here: www.virginmoneygiving.com/soundcheque
Did you know...
RP affects 25,000 people in the UK and about 3 million people worldwide
RP is the largest cause of sight loss in the UK amongst people of working age
RP is one of the largest causes of visual impairment in children
RP Fighting Blindness is the only UK charity exclusively funding research into RP