10th December, 7pm

The Doncaster Dome 


BBC Radio Sheffield proudly presents a star studded night of music and laughter in aid of South Yorkshire Community Foundation’s Flood Relief Appeal. 

Local superstars Bang Bang Romeo headline an exciting evening of feel good music and comedy. Stand up comedians Justin Moorhouse (Phoenix Nights, Looking for Eric) and Tom Wrigglesworth (BBC Radio 4) are joined on the bill by comedian and writer Nina Gilligan & Paul Sinha – also known as The Sinnerman on ITV’s The Chase. South Yorkshire’s brilliant ukulele band The Everly Pregnant Brothers will play out the first half in style, and music will also come from South Yorkshire singer and Britain’s Got Talent finalist, Kyle Tomlinson. 

The evening’s host and compere is BBC Radio Sheffield’s breakfast show host and funny man Toby Foster. Toby says “I’ve been out in the region’s flood hit communities with my radio show and seen first hand how devastating it has been. Some of the stories are heart breaking, people have lost their homes, belongings and in some cases their livelihoods too. We’ve been proud to support the charity appeal and I’m grateful to all the acts that have got on board so quickly to help us put on this fantastic evening at The Dome. This concert is a great way to give something back and hopefully bring a smile to people’s faces after a really tough time.”

Tickets cost £15 each and all proceeds go to the flood appeal supporting victims of the recent devastating floods. 

Important information:
• There will be some strong language. Suitable for age 16 and over. Proof of age required. 
• The line up is correct at time of publication and subject to change 
• All the acts have agreed to waive their fee in support of the Flood Appeal


Lakeside off White Rose Way Jct3 M18