DJs to reunite for fundraising gig in Sudbury

Bruno Brown (right) and Kerry Nolan are puting on a reunion disco at AFC Sudbury along with other lo

Bruno Brown (right) and Kerry Nolan are puting on a reunion disco at AFC Sudbury along with other local former DJ's. - Credit: Archant

A group of DJs are coming together for a ‘reunion gig’ in Sudbury tomorrow to raise money for two good causes.

Bruno Brown, 41, is helping to organise the event which is taking place from 7.30pm to 1am at AFC Sudbury in Brundon Lane.

The beneficiaries of the gig will be the Befriending Scheme, based in the town, and Funding Neuro in memory of seven-year-old Daisy Brooks, from Bures, who died after suffering from a brain tumour.

Mr Brown knows about the work of the Befriending Scheme through a friend who volunteers there and thought it would be a worthwhile charity to support. He also knows Daisy’s family.

The gig will bring together eight DJs, including Mr Brown, an electrical engineer from Sudbury.


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He said they all used to play at a club which is now known as Infinity.

“We haven’t played together as a group for over 20 years,” he said.

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He said a friend was coming all the way from USA for the night and one of the DJs, Mark Summers, lives in Barcelona.

They will be playing dance music from 1988 onwards.

Mr Brown said they are hoping to raise at least £1,000 between the two charities.

“Putting on a gig is one thing, but I wanted to do it as a purpose as such as well; that’s why we are doing it for two charities,” he added.

“It’s about getting everyone together and doing something good at the same time.”

The gig has capacity for 250 people.

Tickets cost £7 if bought in advance or £10 on the door. For tickets call Mr Brown on 07837 396394.

For more information visit the Facebook page by searching for ‘the reunion Bruno Brown’.

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