Student Action For Refugees (STAR) are hosting a 'Rave 4 Refugees' night at The Winchester tomorrow in order to raise money for the International Care Network charity. The night will see a number of acts take to the stage in what will be an old school rave.
A student from Bournemouth University is hoping to reach his target of £875 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Charlie Holley, is a first year student studying Science Technology is gaming from 10am tomorrow for 24 hours.
Looking for a Friday night alternative? Well, look no further than 60 million postcards. The We Broke Free event aims to bring the newest and upcoming best from across the country. Friday night will see Bristol based Stevie Parker and local girl Jazz Morley take to the stage. Check out the preview here...
Last weekend was the MCM London Comic Con which is held at the Excel Centre. It hosted a number of panels, stalls and special guests to the Geeks, Cosplayers and artists who attended the event.
The christmas market returns to Bournemouth to spread some christmas cheer leading up to December 25th. Nancy Turner attended the start of the celebrations.