The XX return to the O2 Brixton Academy on December 16. The bad news is, it’s sold out – but the good news is that we’ve got three pairs of tickets to give away. So fans of the enigmatic and artfully moody electronic pop soundscapers, read on…
The Hepatitis C Trust is a charity that means a lot to Ollie, Romy and Jamie as Ollie’s dad, Colin Sim, has lived with hepatitis C for over 30years. Hepatitis C is a blood borne virus that affects the liver which, if left untreated, can cause cirrhosis and liver cancer. Colin now uses his experience of living with the virus to help others in his role as Patient Support Officer at the Trust.
Colin says: ‘Ollie uses every opportunity he can to raise awareness of hepatitis C and inform a new generation about how to stay safe. I’m very proud of him and the rest of the band for using their unique position to do so much good. It is estimated that 216,000 people in the UK have hepatitis C and half of them don’t realise they have it. So, if you think you’re at risk, get tested.’
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