Homeless charity St Basils to benefit from lip sync event organised by Birmingham City University students in Digbeth


A group of students from Birmingham City University are hosting a lip sync battle to raise money for charity.

BCU students promoting the lip sync charity night

BCU students promoting the lip sync charity night

The event tomorrow (4th March) will take place in aid of St Basils, which offers help for young homeless people.

Becky Shipton, one of the fashion business and promotion students behind the event, said:

“St Basils is about providing the skills to gain a better start at life as well as employment and education opportunities.

“It’s guaranteed to be a great night filled with music and laughter, while helping to raise funds for a very worthwhile cause.”

The students will be the ones doing the lip syncing — but they are also encouraging others to join them.

The event will take place at Alfie Birds in Digbeth at 9pm. The winner will take home £100 with the runner-up landing a bottle of champagne.

More information is available on Empire Event’s webpage.


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