Heads Up return for Tanzania social dancing night
Camillus Egerton has known John McCauley for many years, and admires the work he does with the charity Tanzanian Heavenly Homes.
Camillus and his band, Heads Up, Geraldine Delamere on keyboards and Marty Monaghan on guitar and vocals, are supporters of the charity, and return for a fundraising social dancing night again this year.
“We’ve supported John from day one,” said Camillus. “It’s a well known charity at this stage. I’ve known John for as long as I’ve been in Mullingar, nearly, and it’s great for us as a band to be able to help him with the charity. We’re local to the town as well, so it ties in well.”
Anne Egerton, sister of Camillus, is also closely involved with Tanzanian Heavenly Homes, which further reinforces the local angle.
This year’s social dancing night is this coming Friday, November 17, in the Greville Arms Hotel, (9pm-midnight). Camillus and Heads Up promise a night of great music and entertainment, and John and other volunteers from Tanzanian Heavenly Homes will be there as hosts, looking after everyone.
John suggests business owners and managers could use the night to treat their staff ahead of Christmas, and welcomes everyone along to meet their friends and have a dance.
Tickets are €10, on the door, and from tanzanianheavenlyhomes.com.