HCC sponsors ‘A Night at the Electro Circus’ organised by The Brain Charity
13th Nov 2023
HCC is delighted to be the main sponsor for a Liverpool Christmas party with a difference.
Masters of electronica, Mark Radcliffe’s UNE will headline an immersive night of electro music past and present at A Night at the Electro Circus organised by The Brain Charity and supported by HCC.
Staged in the beautiful surroundings of Lutyens Crypt at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, this unique Christmas charity fundraiser takes place on Friday 1st December.
About The Brain Charity
There are more than 600 conditions affecting the brain, spine and nervous system. Combined, neurological conditions affect 1 in 6 people in the UK.
The Brain Charity provides free practical help, emotional support and social activities to thousands of people affected by neurological conditions across the country. We help people reach their potential and champion neurodiversity.
The Brain Charity opened 30 years ago out of the recognition there was no support for patients with neurological conditions in the community once they left The Walton Centre, a specialist neurological hospital serving the North West of England.
The charity has since grown to a team of more than 30 members of staff and more than 80 volunteers. More than half of its staff team and at least 60 per cent of its volunteers have lived experience of neurological conditions.
How to get tickets
This stunning venue for this event offers a dramatic backdrop for UNE’s music and visuals. Taking inspiration from Kraftwerk and the Pet Shop Boys, UNE is the creation of Radio 2 and 6 Music presenter Mark Radcliffe and techno boffin Paul Langley – the Chris Lowe to Mark’s Neil Tennant.
A Night at the Electro Circus also features circus acts and a cast of stage, film and TV performers. To end the night, there will be a special DJ set.
Doors open at 7:15pm and our show starts at 8pm. Get your tickets here.
Martin James, director of HCC, said:
“We are proud to support this event and to be the main sponsor. The comprehensive work undertaken by The Brain Charity makes a hugely positive impact for people living with neurological conditions and those with acquired brain injuries. As specialist lawyers in the field of brain injury we are delighted to be working closely with The Brain Charity on this major event.”
Pippa Sargent, CEO of The Brain Charity added:
“We’re grateful for everyone’s support for this flagship event, in particular from HCC who is our lead sponsor. A Night at the Electro Circus will help us to raise awareness and funds enabling us to continue our work in supporting people with all forms of neurological condition to lead longer, healthier and happier lives.”