Beyond Certainty produces Joss Stone charity event at The Brewery

Joss Stone and Natasha Bedingfield at the 2011 event
Joss Stone and Natasha Bedingfield at the 2011 event

Event agency Beyond Certainty will be producing an event celebrating the work of charity Global Angels at The Brewery tomorrow evening (9 Nov).

Beyond Certainty is managing the 'Evening with Joss Stone and Friends' event for the second year running, working alongside agency Logistik.

Global Angels was founded by Molly Bedingfield, mother of singers Natasha and Daniel Bedingfield. The charity aims to empower the world’s most vulnerable children and communities.

The event will welcome some of music industry’s finest including Joss Stone, Beverley Knight, Dionne Bromfield and Sandie Shaw.

The evening will begin with an awards ceremony to celebrate inspirational businesses and people. After the awards the stars will take to the stage to deliver a show-stopping concert, and the evening will round off with a VIP party.

Elia Nicolas, managing director of Beyond Certainty, said: "Global Angels is a fantastic charity; 100% of donations go directly to their projects. Working with them is not only a pleasure but it also allows us to show the breadth of our production capabilities to some of the UK’s biggest talent."

Bedingfield added: "We have been overwhelmed by the contribution and support from the event industry. Everybody involved has helped to make the process seamless and we are looking forward to delivering a truly inspiring event that helps thousands of disadvantaged children and communities around the world."

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