ANDY Burrows, former Razorlight drummer and now a successful solo artist, will play a special Winchester Christmas gig to raise money for Naomi House & Jacksplace.

The Razorlight, Smith & Burrows and We Are Scientists star will play hits from his previous bands as well as music from The Snowman and the Snowdog at a 150 capacity intimate gig on December 18.

Andy Burrows is no stranger to Naomi House & Jacksplace, having fronted the charity’s Jacksplace appeal and helped raise the money needed to build the south’s only dedicated hospice for young adults 10 years ago.

Andy said: “I’m really excited to announce this special one-off, intimate festive gig in my hometown of Winchester, in support of Naomi House & Jacksplace. The work they do there is incredible, it is such a special place and a wonderful charity that is very dear to me, so it's brilliant to be working with them again.”

Andy will be supported on stage by 24-year-old singer-songwriter, Ollie Wade from Winchester. Naomi House & Jacksplace cared for Ollie’s brother, Ben, and Ollie has been a regular supporter of the hospices since. Ollie played for the Duchess of Cambridge during her high-profile visit to the charity in 2013.

The gig will take place outside Coffee Lab’s new Moorside Road warehouse, with coffee, mulled wine and mince pies.

Naomi House & Jacksplace care for hundreds of the most medically complex children and young adults from across southern England. The hospices offer respite, emergency, end of life and post-bereavement care to children, young adults and their families on good days, difficult days and last days.

Tickets for this intimate and exclusive gig cost £25 and are available to adults only.

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