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Take That Tribute Night @ Richmond Rugby Club - Posted By trueman2 (trueman2) on 3rd Mar 10 at 9:13pm
Richmond Tribute Night featuring 'The Greatest' Take That Tribute Band - Friday 21st May 2010

Want to enjoy a night out? Want to raise money for two great causes and not have far to go! Want to listen to music and enjoy a portion of a British favourite 'Fish and Chips', whilst raising money for charity? Why not book your tickets to Richmond's newest event - the Richmond Tribute Night on Friday 21st May whilst raising awareness of spinal cord injury and supporting SIA's information and support services.

The venue is Richmond Rugby Club who we are proud to be calling an SIA partner. The venue has plenty of parking and will provide the perfect setting for the Tribute Night.

Tickets cost £20.00 and includes all the music including the headline Tribute Act as well some warm up acts as well as a portion of fish and chips (or a vegetarian alternative). The Tribute night is SIA's premier event for its annual fundraising initiative The Great British Fish and Chip supper.

In 2010 it is the 150th anniversary of the Fish and Chip Meal and what an ideal way to celebrate this special anniversary.

Community Development Co-Ordinator, Elizabeth Wright, says, “The Richmond Tribute Night is a wonderful opportunity for a great evening with friends and family. You can sing and dance along to all Take That's greatest hits and enjoy an evening out. Be a part of something special and make a real difference to help spinal cord injured people gain access to the information and support they need to enable them to live full and independent lives.”

You can buy your tickets online by going to and clicking on Fish and Chip Supper or call the credit card hotline on 0845 071 4350.

Re: Take That Tribute Night @ Richmond Rugby Club - Posted By kellylash (kellylash) on 2nd Sep 10 at 7:07pm
Did anyone attend this as I would have loved to be able to get to see this. I know its a bit of a cope out not seeing the real thing but still tribute bands can sometimes be as good if not better than the real thing!