Have a Ball at Home Livestream Event

July 30th, 2020 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Dust off your glad rags, party with a purpose and Have a Ball at Home with your family or friends

Featuring Chris Tarrant hosting a Celebrity Interview, Celebrity Chef Adam Simmonds, Music from Jessie Dipper, an Interactive Quiz, a Magician , an Auction and much more.

(PG – some scenes may be unsuitable for young children)

The Auction will open on July 23rd

Instructions on how to join via the Website or You Tube on the night will be sent to you via email by July 23rd

To meet some of the acts appearing on the night click here 

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To support these children join us for an action-packed fun evening.

To support vulnerable children in refuge, host your own dinner party or drinks at home either with friends if allowed or as a household and allow KidsOut to entertain you with an event broadcast to you via the KidsOut website and You Tube.

Featuring Celebrity Chef Adam Simmonds, Music from Jessie Dipper, A Chris Tarrant Celebrity Interview,  Interactive Quiz, Magic, an Auction and much more.

This live-stream event will be broadcast to you via the KidsOut website and You Tube. Only one ticket per household is required and all guests will be sent an invitation link prior to the event with instructions on how to join.

Dust off your glad rags, party with purpose and #HaveaBallatHome

For details of what to expect click here

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The need for KidsOut children services has never been so great.

KidsOut needs your help

The majority of children who arrive in refuge have experienced physical, emotional and even sexual abuse.

Social distancing measures have compounded the extreme isolation many of these children already face, with most living through this crisis restricted to a single room with their mother and siblings.

The need for KidsOut children services has never been so great.

Have a ball at Home is designed to try and fill the funding gap so that KidsOut can continue to provide much needed support to some of the most vulnerable children living in refuge in the UK.

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