TICKET prices for a cabaret night to remember four-year-old Jack Robinson have been reduced in price.
A ‘silver package’ offer is being offered for the event, which takes place on Friday.
The tickets cost £15 and include entrance to the night and unallocated seating.
The event, which takes place at the Portsmouth Guildhall, has been organised by family friend Melissa O’Donnell.
She said: ‘We still have some tickets left, so it would be brilliant if people could make it and show their support.
‘Reduced tickets are available.’
Acts confirmed for the night include Kevin the Cruise from Britain’s Got Talent, comedian James Alderson and a circus act from Manic Street Production.
Money raised will be divided between three charities.
Two are Naomi House children’s hospice and Sam’s Haven, which aims to provide holidays for families of ill youngsters, and cash will also go to the Tree of Hope, which will donate it to Grace Shiers from Portchester – a five-year-old girl who has cerebral palsy and whose family is raising funds to help her walk unaided.
The event will be the final big fundraiser in memory of Jack, who died last month following a battle with a brain tumour.
He had a Star Wars-themed funeral, which attracted world-wide attention.
Now in a final send-off, his parents Terry and Marie, of Bere Road, Denmead, are encouraging well-wishers and supporters of the family to come along.
Full price tickets, which cost £35, and include a three-course meal, are also still available.