Stars of the West End are performing at Exit 7 on September 2nd with performances from Katy Treharne, Chris Hughes, Annatt Bass, Kirsty Douglas and David George Harrington as they bring a little movie and musical magic to Cardiff. Experience a night full of your favourite songs from stage and screen, all in aid of Llamau.

The Motorpoint Arena Cardiff have offered their venue and staff free of charge so that all of the money raised at the concert will go to support Llamau’s vital work supporting homeless young people and women.

Concert organiser Kirsty Douglas said:

Homelessness is something we care about very much. A few years ago, on a visit with work, I met a young homeless man called John, and his story had a considerable impact on me. I have stayed in touch with John and through his ups and downs I have realised that, with a lot of bad luck, anyone could end up in his situation. John is having a really tough time at the moment and I want to do what I can to ensure the support he needs is available. Therefore, we decided to organise a concert with and raise money for Llamau, who do such a fantastic job supporting those in crisis.

The organisers are also offering free tickets to the vulnerable young people, women, and children supported by Llamau to enjoy the concert. 

Elin Evans, Corporate and Community Fundraiser at Llamau, said:

We’re so grateful to the performers and Exit Seven for supporting Llamau at this concert!

Concert tickets are £10 and will include food and beverages during the interval and a raffle with some amazing prizes kindly donated by Hollywood Bowl, the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, and many more!

Book your tickets here.

Exit 7 is a new venue within Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, created to offer an intimate setting for up-and-coming musicians, comedians and more.  The Arena is passionate about developing talent, and Exit 7 exists for audiences to see artists first, before they make their way to the Main Stage.