Concert in aid of the Baby Loss Awareness Campaign

Baby Loss Awareness Concert flyer

Last Thursday, 15th Oct, I organised a concert in aid of the Baby Loss Awareness Campaign at the Leicester Square Theatre, London.

Shane Richie hosted the evening which started with a candle lighting ceremony to contribute to the Global Wave of Light.

The first performers of the evening were Oswald, a band from Glasgow.  They sang Little Soul, a song Tom the lead singer wrote hours after he and his wife lost their baby in miscarriage.  This was followed by fantastic performances by The Renihan Sisters, The Thomas Sisters, Tim Howar, Gowri Motha, Sophie Shaw, Michael Mckell, Nicky Blackwell & Nick Tigg, Stefan Booth and Grianne Renihan.



Filed under Babyloss Awareness Concert 09

2 responses to “Concert in aid of the Baby Loss Awareness Campaign

  1. Linda Connell

    I attended the concert with my daughter and son in law who have had two stillborn babies. We went along to support the cause, not quite knowing what to expect. What a lovely evening we had! The evening started with (I suspect) not a dry eye in the house with candle lighting for our lost babies, followed by a superb performance by three blokes called Oswald. I was worrying how on earth Shane Ritchie would cope after that sort of a start. Out he came and he was WONDERFUL. I have never seen him perform before. He held the evening together beautifully, very professional. I hope there will be another concert next year and we will definitely do our best to get as many friends and relatives along. Thank you to everyone involved. Very much appreciated.

    • I’m glad you enjoyed the evening. Thank you for your lovely comments. The aim is to definitely do it again next year. I’ll keep everyone udated as plans unfold.

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