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Celebrities Wear It For Autism and Anna Kennedy's Baston House in Bromley
A host of celebrities will be supporting a ‘Wear It For Autism’ fashion show on September 10, organised by Baston House, Bromley campaigner Anna Kennedy.
Former Eastenders and I’m a Celebrity star Joe Swash, X Factor singer Kitty Brucknell and TV agony aunt Dr Spam Spurr are all due to attend the fundraiser along with the Pineapple Studios dancers. The stars of the annual Autism’s Got Talent show, James Mason and Marie Gorton, are also confirmed for the evening.
The show will feature fashions being modelled by young people with autism, as well as their Mums, Dads and carers . They will all be treated like celebrities for the day, receiving a full makeover before taking to the catwalk to strut their stuff for charity.
Tickets for the event at the Vinyl Factory in London, are £25 including a free goody bag. To book, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Profits go to the Anna Kennedy Online charity, which supports UK families affected by autism.