Pipe Up For Prostate Cancer at the Norwegian Church

March 6, 2013 1 Comment »

Three Welsh musicians have volunteered their talents to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK at a special gig in Cardiff Bay next week.

Pipe Up For Prostate Cancer will be held at the Norwegian Church on March 15, with North Walean singer-songwriter Al Lewis, Cardiff-born The Gentle Good, and Welsh language musician Gildas all featuring on the line-up.

The event has been organised by friends Haley Evans and Rhianwen Davies. Rhianwen was inspired to raise cash for Prostate Cancer UK after the disease affected her family.

Tickets for the evening, which starts at 7pm, cost £10 each and all the money will go to Prostate Cancer UK. You can buy tickets here, and listen to the musicians on the bill below.

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  1. normalnorman98 March 6, 2013 at 5:33 pm - Reply

    What an absolute disgrace. The Welsh Assembly Government have refused to fund the Da Vinci surgical treatment for prostate cancer in Wales due to cost. The treatment is available in England free of charge. If Welshmen wish to avail themselves of this recognised and successful treatment they must pay £15,000. Those who cannot afford it must seek charitable help or go without.

    Our thanks should go out to these musicians for freely giving their time for such a worthy cause whilst at the same time we should all hang our heads in shame as we allow the WAG to get away this.

    I would ask readers to lobby their AMs and put an end to this ridiculous post code lottery for life saving treatment. Are Welsh men so different from the English?

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