Anti-racism charity hosts two retro music nights in Southsea

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A LOCAL charity that aims to tackle racism in the community is holding two events in Southsea over the next few weeks.

Founded by Dean Muhkuwan and Simon Black, One Love Stop Racism raises money for various charities while promoting an anti-racism message.

Tonight they are holding an event at Edge of the Wedge, Albert Road, called ‘A Retro Resurrection.’

The event has free entry and the theme is former legends of the 20th and 21st centuries, with the venue being transformed into a spooky graveyard.

On August 5, Babylon, King Henry I Street, will be transformed into a scene from Thriller as they host Michael Jackson, For One Night Only, He Shall Return.

Entry is £2 before midnight and £3 after. Money raised will be donated to the United Nations Humanitarian Centre for Refugees and UpRise.