As well as having signed programmes and a T-shirt donated by Boy Band One Direction Wolverhampton’s Central Youth Theatre (CYT) now have two tickets for the band’s show at the LG Arena, Birmingham, on Saturday March 23.
Since appearing on the X-Factor the band, including Wolverhampton’s Liam Payne, have become one of the top bands in pop with two number one singles, a platinum selling debut album and more than a million hits on YouTube.
For those worried about the future of the band Liam recently Tweeted to say he was definitely not leaving them – after rumours that he was.
These and a programme signed by girl band Little Mix will be sold by silent auction at the quiz night at 7.30pm at West End Working Men’s Club, Merridale Street, Wolverhampton.
Bids for the silent auction can be accepted anytime this week either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or to CYT’s office at the Newhampton Arts Centre, Dunkley Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 4AN
CYT Director Jane Ward said: “The Quiz will be a fun night for all the family.
“If people don’t have a complete team we can help make up teams on the night. Besides the quiz we will be running the silent auction and tombola, with refreshments also available during the evening.”
The proceeds of the auction will go towards the group, which is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year, sending young people to festivals in Czech Republic at the start of May and also to represent the UK by performing in Monaco at the World Amateur Theatre Festival in August.
The group will be performing in the historic Salle Garnier Monaco Opera House on 22nd and 24th August. CYT members will be joined by 23 theatre companies from the Far East, Africa, India, Scandinavia, Europe and the USA.