life cycle band

Love music? Get involved in a band and raise funds for Children’s Brain Tumour Research


May 16th, 2017

The hunt is on for University staff members who wish to join a band and help raise money for Life Cycle 7.

The band is being set up by a number of University co-workers, with the first planning meeting set to take place this week.

If you can play a musical instrument, sing or have previous similar experience that can be used to help organise events, you are invited to get involved.

Rehearsals will take place during lunch sessions or after work, with dates and times to be confirmed. To express your interest, please contact Lindsey Gibbs, Head of Testing, Information Services.

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May 31st, 2017 at 2:27 pm

tommy napier

I can play penny whistle, harmonica and bodhran. Never been in a band before. let me know more details please.

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