Badly Drawn Boy, I Am Kloot, Everything Everything to play Manchester charity gig

All three acts will team up to raise money for the 'Billie Butterfly Fund'

Badly Drawn Boy, I Am Kloot, Everything Everything to play Manchester charity gig
Badly Drawn Boy, I Am Kloot and Everything Everything have announced that they will be playing a charity show in Manchester later this month.

The gig, which will take place at Manchester's Comedy Store on November 28, is in aid of a charity that has been set up to help pay for treatment for Billie Bainbridge, a four-year-old girl with inoperable brain stem cancer. The charity is hoping to raise over £200,000 toward the cost of the treatment.

The gig, which is billed as Magic In The Air, after the Badly Drawn Boy song of the same name, will be compered by comedian Justin Moorhouse and tickets will cost £19.50.

To find out more information about the gig and for all the details on how to purchase tickets, visit

To watch a video interview with Everything Everything from this summer's Latitude Festival, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click.

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