Clubs including fabric, Corsica Studios, Phonox, more to donate share of bar profits to War Child charity this weekend
Over 30 UK clubs will donate a share of their bar profits to War Child UK this weekend as part of its Right to Dance initiative.
Two years on from launching the nationwide fundraising platform, the latest outing for The Right to Dance will see over 35 UK venues donate a percentage of bar profits and guestlist donations this weekend to help support the charity’s critical work supporting children in conflict zones such as Ukraine and Yemen.
Among the participating venues including fabric, Corscia Studios, Phonox (who will be hosting HÖR Berlin) OMEARA, XOYO, Brixton Electric, TOLA, Patterns, and more. Check out the full list of clubs below.
Taking place on Saturday, 29th April – the UNESCO-recognised Intentional Dance Day – the fundraising event was founded to “recognise the club’s contribution to worldwide dance culture and its collective force for good.”
The Right To Dance has also released a limited edition Dance for Good t-shirt in collaboration with Everpress and Indonesian artist Muhammad Fatchurofi, which sees 100% of profits from sales go to War Child. Everpress will also donate an additional £1 for every item sold.