Free gig helps cancer charity

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A SHEFFIELD-based website is celebrating its first birthday with a live music event to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The charity gig, organised by internet magazine Unseen is at Soyo in Sheffield on Monday, October 3.

The event is free and will be headlined by rising indie stars Various Cruelties with support from local legends Blue Lip Feel and Low Duo.

Unseen, was founded and edited by University of Sheffield students Amy Durrant and Lauren Peel, both 19.

They will be selling Teenage Cancer Trust products on the night to raise money for the charity.

Amy said: “I feel a personal affinity with the charity and am privileged to have the honour to associate Unseen’s name with one of the most worthwhile charities.”