Nantwich Nightclub Event Raises Hundreds for Charity

Nantwich Nightclub Event Raises Hundreds for Charity

By Jonathan White

The Perfecto Allstars’ fund-raising concert took place at ‘The Studio Nightclub & Entertainment Venue’ on Castle Street in Nantwich on Friday 2nd February 2018.

Perfecto Records roster DJ’s who played sets based around trance and house music were Nat Monday, Danny Stubbs, Zed White, and Scott Callis, along with local DJ Alex Brown. Nearly £400 was raised and all proceeds will go to the Down’s Syndrome Association.

It was the second Perfecto Records fund-raising concert at The Studio after the first event in November 2016 – which also celebrated 25 years of Perfecto Records – to raise money for Oliver ‘Moo Bear’ Callis, to help fund a trip to Disneyland. Oliver has Down’s syndrome.

Nigel Woodhouse, Director of Operations at The Studio, said: “It was great to have the Perfecto DJs back at The Studio and great to see them signing and supporting local talent and all for a great cause. Down’s syndrome has an effect on many families and every penny raised will help with the support they may need.”

The main event was preceded by a ‘Perfecto Records Pre Party’ earlier in the evening at ‘The Talbot’ on Oatmarket in Nantwich. The Pre Party featured The Talbot’s in-house ‘Zoo’ DJ’s – Romes, Wills and Brero – who played a range of trance and house music. They put on this extra event for charity. They perform a ‘ZooFest’ event at The Talbot on the last Saturday every other month. Their next ‘ZooFest’ is during the Bank Holiday weekend on Sunday 1st April 2018 from midday until 1am.

The events were organised by Perfecto Records in association with SOS (Speed of Sound) to raise funds for the Downs Syndrome Association who support people with Down’s syndrome to live full and rewarding lives.

Scott Callis, Event organiser, said: “We had a fantastic show of support from all over the country. Many thanks to those whom supported/donated. We look forward to hosting future events to aid other worthwhile causes.”

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