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    Turn Up London concert has raised £12,552 for charity, announces plans to return in 2021

    This month's TURN UP! benefit concert has managed to raise over £12,000 for charity, Club 11 London announced on Twitter today. Recorded live at Cadogan Hall, the fundraising event saw Sharon D Clarke, Brenda Edwards, Noma Dumezweni, Trevor Dion Nicholas, Layton Williams, and many more in the Black-British and African-American community perform in solidarity with Black Lives Matter!

    Turn Up London concert has raised £12,552 for charity, announces plans to return in 2021
    Club 11 London's tweet in full:

    With your help and donations, #TURNUPLONDON has raised £12,552 for our four respective charities.

    We can also confirm that TURN UP will return in 2021.

    — Club 11 London (@club11LDN) July 16, 2020

    The event supported The Okra Project, The Black Curriculum, UK Black Pride, and The Bail Project.

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