Stars of The Voice reunite at Central Hall in aid of charity

« Back to News // Thursday, September 8, 2016

Deano Boroczky, Aine Carroll, Harry Fisher, Heather Cameron-Hayes, Rachel-Ann and Vangelis Polydorou all came together to raise funds for local charity, U Support.

With a set each and showstopping finale, the talented group of performers sung their hearts out in front of a crowd of young disabled and disadvantaged children and their families, who were given complimentary tickets to see the show up close and personal.

Members of the public, local MP's and news reporters were also invited along, to help raise funds for the continued work of U Support within the local community.

U Support is a Southampton based charity, which takes disabled and disadvantaged children to sports and cultural events around the South Coast. It gives hundreds of children each year the chance to see their favourite footballers or musicians for free. The support they provide for these children and their families relies completely on fundraising events and investors, which for a small charity like this one, really makes all the difference.

After holding a number of smaller events around the city, U Support set their sights on a much larger audience here at Central Hall for their August Bank Holiday weekend event. Taking over the whole building, with the Main Hall in use for the concert and upstairs side rooms transformed into VIP and drinks reception areas; Central Hall proved to be the perfect venue for holding completely inclusive events. Our downstairs rooms were the perfect place for quieter break out rooms and space for added disabled toilets, with wheelchair access throughout. 

You can find out more about U Support and the work they're doing within our community by visiting their website or emailing Chairman Adam Gregory at

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