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Positive Eye: General

Wed 30 Nov, 2011
By Editor


These days, the bash is a phenomenon, and one of the hottest tickets in town.

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8th WIG Party raises money for NAT

Creative industries gather at the W.I.G. PARTY to celebrate the eccentric and promote acceptance.
It all started at a private house party, when a group of friends decided to have some fun, raising some money for charity. The party soon became a highlight of people’s social calendar, and was an opportunity to dress to the nines, have a drink and a dance – all for a fantastic cause, that literally changes people’s lives.


These days, the bash is a phenomenon, and one of the hottest tickets in town. For the last three it has been held at London’s Café de Paris, and the likes of Beverly Knight, Patrick Cox and Louis Spence have all attended.
It is a celebration of individuality, self-expression, tolerance and not forgetting, really big hair! It is a night where people from all walks of life, from all over the world can enjoy themselves by being themselves and for that reason anyone is welcome at The Wig Party.
This year Jodie Harsh, Ben de Lisi and Jason Gardiner attending. The WIG Party pageant hosts were BBC One’s Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury and one of Blue Peter’s best-loved former presenters, Tim Vincent.

This year, the Wig Party once again saw the National AIDS Trust (NAT) as its nominated charity partner, following a successful partnership in 2010. 100% of ticket sales were donated to NAT.

 

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