Joker at Boomerangs and Mount Pleasant in Plymouth
PREMIER Plymouth indie covers band Joker have two charity shows this weekend.
The first, at Boomerangs on Mutley Plain tonight, is inspired by the plight of a member of drummer Andy Dunlop's family who was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.
Nicole is 38 and has two children. She lives in the US, where her insurance ran out before surgery even started.
Joker will be donating 50 per cent of their fee for tonight's gig to Breast Cancer Research and the rest to Nicole's cause at www.fightfornicole.com and there will be a bucket for donations.
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Rusty Angels will also be doing a short set on the night.
Then on Sunday, Armistice Day, they will be performing at the Mount Pleasant for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund where money is being raised via the launch of a calendar called South West Sweethearts.