Sunday, 26 May 2024
Sunday, 26 May 2024

Celebrities unite for major Manchester charity fundraiser

POP band Liberty X are set to perform at a major charity gala in Manchester next month. 

The former ITV Popstars supergroup are set to join a host of famous faces at the Sedulo Foundation Ball at Manchester’s swanky Hilton Hotel on 29 June.

The star-studded bash will raise money for youth organisations in the region as well as charitable projects aiming to increase the life chances of young people facing disadvantages. 

Joining Liberty X, who now tours with Dancing on Ice star Michelle Heaton and original band members Jessica Taylor and Kelli Young, will be celebrity fashion guru Gok Wan who is set to DJ at the glamorous bash.

The BRIT-Award-winning You Might Need Somebody songstress Shola Ama is also set to perform a medley of her hit music.

Meanwhile, some of the biggest celebrity names from the north-west are set to attend the event including Coronation Street actress Sally Lindsay who will play host for the night.

Other Corrie cast members including Samia Longchambon and Tina O’Brien are also set to attend, as is Hollyoaks actor Kieron Richardson.

The Sedulo Foundation has already helped over 25,000 young people through projects to provide back-to-school essentials as well as working to end period poverty by providing sanitary products.

Paul Cheetham-Karcz, the founder of The Sedulo Foundation, said:

“This year’s gala in Manchester is going to be epic. We’ve pulled in some of the biggest names in media and entertainment to give people a night to remember while raising important funds.

“By helping disadvantaged children and young people in these regions, I believe we can inspire the talent of tomorrow to fulfil their potential and aim higher.

“I am proud of the work already achieved by the Sedulo Foundation and our gala dinner will help us reach even more young people in the long term.”

Tables for the gala dinner are available by telephoning 0333 222 4445 or by emailing


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