No Name Promotions are proud to announce that their family-friendly punk show Everything Is Alright #2 raised £650 for Oasis Domestic Abuse Service. Held at indie record store, Elsewhere, in Margate, a sold-out audience saw British punk band, Milk Teeth, perform an incredible headlining set. Main support, Salvation Jayne had the place rocking and Hands Up had the crowd singing along. Sophy Jay and Jess Pender’s acoustic sets held an attentive audience, including a party of kids dancing away in the front row.
No Name Promotions chose to support Oasis Domestic Abuse Service due to the vital service they provide the local community: assisting survivors of domestic abuse through counselling, support services, early intervention services, food parcels and refuge. Oasis have been helping survivors of domestic abuse in Kent for over 22 years. They provide a range of specialist services that aim to make people safe, rebuild their lives and prevent future abuse. (More information at www.oasisdaservice.org).
“We would like to extend our gratitude to Milk Teeth, Salvation Jayne, Hands Up, Sophy Jay and Jess Pender for performing. Our amazing flyers were designed by Amie Leeb, Carmen Tyrell, Hannah Ellis, Grace Grigson, Katy Austin and Hannah Park. We are thankful to Oli, Alex, Laura, Emma and Katy for all of their support during the build-up and on the night. Elsewhere provided a beautiful venue for the show and we are grateful to Alex and Sammy for opening their doors to us. –
“We’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone that came out. We’ve had a lot of feedback about the great atmosphere and people feeling welcome, which was all down to our friendly, courteous audience. Lastly, thank you to Oasis for their help, promotion, encouragement and being an amazing community service.”
– No Name Promotions.
No Name Promotions is Rob, Ben and Jim. Started in 2018 with a goal of raising money for charity while promoting inclusive and diverse live music shows called “Everything Is Alright.” No Name Promotions are committed to presenting bills with a diverse range of performers, providing opportunities to local artists and service providers, and encouraging audiences to participate in creating an atmosphere where
“Everyone is welcome, Everything Is Alright”.