Gary Barlow to play at Chris Evans' pub
Friday 02 November 2012
Take That frontman Gary Barlow has signed up to play what could be the smallest gig of his career - in DJ Chris Evans' pub.
The singer will play the Dine And Disco event at the Mulberry Inn in Chiddingfold, Surrey, to raise money for Children In Need.
Appearing on Evans' BBC Radio Two show today, he said: "I've played many venues in my life - stadiums, arenas, theatres. I've always dreamed of playing this venue, which is the only reason I've agreed to it really other than the charity aspect".
Tickets for the gig, which will be held next year, will be raffled to raise money for Children In Need.
The annual event has raised millions of pounds for good causes since it was set up in 2007 and has featured performances from The Proclaimers, James Blunt and Paloma Faith.
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