Alistair Griffin will be singing for suppers, as the singer songwriter embarks on a UK tour with a difference.
In support of The Trussell Trust’s foodbank network, Alistair is not only giving the profits from the tour to the charity, but significantly he will also be collecting food as he travels around the country. He’s asking all those who buy a ticket to bring something from their kitchen cupboard to help foodbanks provide emergency food to more people and families in crisis in the UK.
Working closely with The Trussell Trust, and with Fuller’s Brewery who have generously donated their pub venues and staff for free, the tour comes in response to the marked increase in people visiting foodbanks in the UK.
“Times are hard and for some people that means a daily struggle for the things that a lot of us take for granted. I designed this tour to help raise awareness and directly help people in need.”
Tickets are available now.
15 – London – Chiswick The George IV
16 – Manchester – Salford Sacred Trinity Church
19 – Glasgow – Tchai-Ovna House of Tea
21 – York – Post Office Club
22 – Birmingham – Old Joint Stock Theatre