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A Tribute to The O’Jays

On behalf of the LVE Charitable Foundation, Karel Lush and Karen Bellamy are delighted to present O Jay City & the Sounds of Philadelphia plus DJ Keith Stewart playing 70s & 80s Soul & Northern Soul.

This will be a not to be missed night out in Leyton Great Hall, a beautiful heritage venue and a first-class east London music venue, with hot food, available to purchase on the night. Licenced bar available.

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NXT Fundraiser

On Sunday, 16th December 2018 in Leyton Great Hall, in partnership with The Pascua Foundation and LEADERS Community, The LVE Charitable Foundation was proud to host the NXT Fundraiser, the aim of which was to raise funds to train a group of young dancers aged 16-24 years from across all London boroughs so that they can get the opportunity to compete at Hip Hop International and World of Dance.

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NXT Fundraiser – World of Dance – Hip Hop International Showcase Lineup

You know already that LVE Charitable Foundation is hosting World of Dance/Hip Hop International including a morning workshop for under 13s and an afternoon session for 13s and over, finishing with a Showcase performance in the evening.

We are now able to add details (in the above flyer) of the lineup for the Showcase and those of us in the know will appreciate that it is an exciting lineup. Continue reading…

Golden Diamonds

The LVE Charitable Foundation will host a celebration of the Windrush and African elders in Leyton Great Hall on Sunday 2nd December 2018 commencing at 1pm and ending at 5pm.

This event is an independent, ticketed event and details of how to book may be found on the image at the top of this post.

Blazing a trail in Haringey

The LVE Charitable Foundation was recently contacted by a police officer from Haringey with a request for help. The request was that some pupils from a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) in north London needed some blazers, as they were meeting the local MP.

The Leadership Team at the PRU had done so well that they were going to meet their MP.

The young people decided that they wanted to look smart to meet their MP but they had no blazers and neither did the school.

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