Member scheme launched at the Union Chapel
One of Islington most iconic venues is offering a membership scheme offering people a discount and the chance to raise money for charity.
The Union Chapel, in Compton street, is a fully functioning church and concert hall that has seen the likes of Sir Elton John, Kasabian and Noddy Holder perform over the years.
Now they are launching a membership scheme, and those who sign up will get advance gig listings, 50 per cent off some tickets and 10 per cent off at the bar and cafe.
All profits will go the Chapel’s Margins Homelessness Project, which supports homeless people in the borough.
Some of the cash will also be used to help restore the Grade I listed building.
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Membership costs �25 a year (�20 concessions).
For more information visit www.unionchapel.org.uk/membership
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