Curryoke – sing, dance, eat, and help local children

It’s the first ever Charlton Curryoke on 2 December – your chance to sing your heart out, dance like a fool or eat your weight in Indian food (or all three) and help local children while you’re at it.

It’s being put together by The Big Red Bus Club, the new pre-school centre that has opened at the old Charlton One O’Clock Club, which lost its council funding earlier this year.

The Big Red Bus Club is free to use, and staffed by volunteers – so needs to raise funds to keep going. Its first fundraising night includes a disco, karaoke and Indian buffet. So the more tickets sold for Curryoke, the better.

Tickets are £15 in advance, and £16.50 on the door at Charlton Liberal Club, Charlton Church Lane from 8pm. For tickets, more information, requests or if you would like to donate a prize, email party[at] or visit their Facebook page.

2 thoughts on “Curryoke – sing, dance, eat, and help local children

  1. Mary November 21, 2011 / 10:08

    I will come if I can! However in order to have a really good day on the 2nd you need something (a bit healthier) at lunchtime and in the afternoon – SO – can I suggest a visit to a new initiative by Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency – not quite in Charlton, but near enough at Robert Owen in Commerell Street – off Blackwall Lane.

    “You are invited to celebrate the Opening of the Lemon & Lime Café, 11.30am to 4.30pm. Robert Owen Early Years Centre Free Café food tasting Fun activities for children. Councillor Mary Mills to cut ribbon at 2.30pm. For more information please contact Meera Siyani on 0208 269 4880. The Lemon and Lime café is managed by GCDA in partnership with the Robert Owen Early Years Centre.

    (and – if the Charlton Champion would be obliging I will very happily send him/her a copy of the poster to display here)

    • Darryl November 21, 2011 / 20:12

      Ah, this poster?

      Lemon and Lime cafe poster

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