Baby Loss Awareness Concert featured in Broadwayworld.com

The story about the baby loss awareness concert has been picked up by Broadwayworld.com.

Excerpt of the article:

Shane Richie yesterday confirmed that he will host a charity concert in aid of the Baby Loss Awareness Campaign. To mark Worldwide Pregnancy and Baby Loss Remembrance Day on Thursday 15th October, actor Stefan Booth (Hollyoaks, The Bill and Dancing on Ice), up and coming band Oswald, actor/singer Michael McKell (BBC’S Doctors) and West End & Broadway leading man Tim Howar will perform a dazzling evening cabaret at The Leicester Square Theatre at 6.45pm. They will be supported by a host of other talented West End performers.

The Baby Loss Awareness Campaign exists to promote October 15th as National Baby Loss Awareness Day within the UK, to promote the annual “Global Wave of Light” events and services where parents can acknowledge their losses and to highlight awareness and understanding of the impact of pregnancy and baby loss among health and social care workers and the community at large.

THE BABY LOSS AWARENESS WEEK BENEFIT CONCERT will start with a candle lighting ceremony to contribute to the Global Wave of Light in memory of people’s losses and will be followed by an evening of song. Some of the songs have been written by the brilliant singer song writers performing and others will be familiar tunes arranged especially for the occasion. It will be an evening to acknowledge loss, look forward to the future and have a good laugh.
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