03 Dec Brentwood Live offer free tickets to emergency services for Russell Kane show
Christmas has come early for the county’s emergency services – thanks to Essex’s premier entertainment venue, Brentwood Live !
The entertainment hub, which recently underwent a £500,00 refurbishment, is spreading the Xmas spirit by giving away 300 free tickets to members of the police, firefighters and hospital workers.
James Taylor, managing director of the Entertainers, who put on live shows at the former Brentwood Centre said: “We are a local business and wanted to put something back into the community. We know how hard the emergency services work over the festive season so we wanted to add some cheer to their Christmas.”
The free ticket offer applies to top comedian Russell Kane starring in his show The Fast and the Curious on Sunday, December 8th.
The family-run company has transformed the venue in Doddinghurst Road, from almost a purely boxing venue to one of the biggest showbiz hubs in the county, bringing acts like Al Murray, The Drifters and Europe’s best selling tribute show Fastlove UK to the town.
Around 100 tickets have been offered to Essex Police, 150 tickets to NHS workers, including Brentwood Community Hospital, Broomfield Hospital and Barts Health NHS Trust, plus 50 tickets to Brentwood firefighters.
For more information about upcoming shows at Brentwood Live visit: https://www.brentwood-live.co.uk/