Ronan Keating heads up West End Charity Gala for Abused Horses
Platinum selling music icon Ronan Keating leads a star-studded line-up – for one night only – of songs, laughter and variety, at the Phoenix Theatre in London on 19 November at 7:30pm, for the Mane Chance West End Charity Gala Spectacular.
Ronan Keating said, “I am thrilled to be part of this very special concert and supporting such a worthy charity. The work Mane Chance does in the community for both horse welfare and enriching the lives of disabled and disadvantaged children and young people is invaluable. Along with the brilliant line up of other performers, I know it will be a fantastic night and I hope we raise a huge amount of money for Mane Chance so they can continue with their great work!”
Ronan is joined by triple-reality TV singing sensation Joe McElderry, pop star Amelia Lily, America’s Got Talent winner and ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, chart-topping singer-songwriter Sandi Thom and superstar soprano Margaret Keys. With Jake Quickenden, Marti Webb, Patti Boulaye, Beau Dermott, Jenny Seagrove and a host of other favourites from the world of music, theatre, TV and entertainment, supported by a sensational live on-stage band. With all profits to Mane Chance charity.
Mane Chance and its beautiful sanctuary is dedicated to the rescue and recovery of abused and abandoned horses, and their subsequent mentored interaction with disabled and disadvantaged children and young adults. Improving lives, well-being and rehabilitation, the results for children and animals alike are often extraordinary and can be life-changing.
More details on Mane Chance at www.manechancesanctuary.org