The Massive Get Together

The Massive Get Together

Join The Conservation Volunteers and nine incredible charities taking part in The Massive Get Together

The Massive Get Together is an online charity event with celebrity entertainment, performance, prize draws and lots of laughs – all in a bid to raise £500,000!

Streaming live and online on Thursday 17th September 2020 at 8pm - hosted by TV and radio presenters Gaby Roslin and Amanda Byram

Including the multi-talented Myleene Klass, The Voice 2018 finalist Donal, singer and kitchen-disco extraordinaire Sophie Ellis-Bextor, the one and only Chesney Hawkes, comedian and ventriloquist Nina Conti, singer-songwriter Callum Beattie and a performance from the Olivier Award winning West End play The Play That Goes Wrong, plus many more!

Tickets to access the show start at £10.

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£1 from each ticket will go to each of the ten charities involved, who have come together to respond to the ongoing challenges and impact COVID-19 is having on the charity sector

Marie Curie, The Children’s Trust, FareShare, St John Ambulance, Royal Voluntary Service, Love Your Neighbour, Crisis, Thames Hospice and Volunteering Matters.

Find out more about how you can support green spaces and TCV volunteers here.

Join us on 17th September, sit back and enjoy the show knowing that you have helped to support ten UK charities at a time when they need your support the most.

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