Maryam Snape

The Night Owl & NHS Joint Birthday Party

Fundraising for University Hospitals Birmingham Charity
raised of £3,000 target
by 59 supporters
We fund equipment, research and facilities to support patients & staff at 4 hospitals


Based on Lower Trinity Street, Digbeth, The Night Owl is Birmingham’s award winning live music venue and club inspired by Northern Soul and 1960s and 70s culture. Set to be celebrating five years of nice people dancing to good soul music, the club were planning their birthday party for July. However, due to the current lockdown rules, calling for all bars to close, the venue has had to rethink its famous annual celebration. 

On Saturday, July 11th, music lovers will be able to enjoy some of The Night Owl’s most popular acts, including Oasis tribute Oasis Maybe, premier punks of funk Big Boss Man, eight piece ska tribute The Ska 45s, solo singers R John The Revelator and Liamosino and Elvis tribute Black Elvis. The day will also be filled with DJ sets with resident Night Owl DJs playing the best soul, ska, Britpop, mod, funk and disco tracks with a special DJ set from Anthony Flavin, star of BBC One’s “Our Lives: Soul Boy” documentary. Plus magic, cocktails, dancing & more!

We hope that you'll enjoy our festival and donate money towards University Hospitals Birmingham Charity. They supports patients, families and NHS staff across five hospitals in the West Midlands - Queen Elizabeth, Heartlands, Good Hope, Solihull and NHS Nightingale Birmingham.During the current COVID-19 crisis, your donations are helping us to support our NHS superheroes.Delivering care packs to nurses, providing "wobble rooms" for staff to get psychological and emotional support, helping patients to stay in contact with their families by providing tablets with video conferencing apps and much more.

About the charity

University Hospitals Birmingham Charity supports four hospitals in Birmingham - Queen Elizabeth, Heartlands, Good Hope, and Solihull. We support the patients, families and staff at our hospitals by providing 'added extras' that are over and above those which are provided by the NHS.

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+ £172.42 Gift Aid
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