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PUNJABI FILM STAR AND SINGER ROSHAN PRINCE SET PERFORM IN WOLVERHAPMTON IN AID OF COMIC RELIEF.
Punjabi Film star and world renowned singer, Roshan Prince is set to perform at the Royal Banqueting Suite, Wolverhampton on 18th March 2017 to raise funds for Comic Relief.
The star will be coming to the UK two days prior to the show to talk to media and promote the show with national media. The star studded event will be supported by a host of International and British celebrities from comedian and star of BBC’s Goodness Gracious Me, Kulvinder Ghir, BBC Asian Networks Dj Harpz, International singer Zora Randhawa, British Asian Talent H Dhami and many UK based Dj’s and celebrities. The night which has been put together by scope events is the first Punjabi Event that’s brings together the communities to raise funds through comedy and entertainment. On the night there will be a charity raffle, magician and live entertainment.
British Asian Star H – Dhami is excited to be a part of the event “It feels great being part of a charity that is so well respected and renowned for what they do every year to help the people in need and changing their lives for the better. It’s an opportunity which I feel proud to be part of. Looking forward to an amazing evening ready to make it a night to remember”.
The charity that was established in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. It’s the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school and work.. Comic Relief spends the money raised by Red Nose Day to help people living tough lives across the UK and Africa.