Which famous Brighton DJ is playing a set at the Rockinghorse charity ball?

Posted On 17 Nov 2010 at 6:01 am

An internationally renowned DJ from Brighton is to play a live set at a charity ball for the one of town’s leading charities.

Local music producer James Wiltshire – one half of the Freemasons – will step up to the decks at the Rockinghorse charity’s Circus Ball a week on Saturday (20 November).

He will play from 11.30pm at the Hilton Brighton Metropole after those attending the fundraising ball have finished their three-course meal.

The Freemasons – named after the Brighton pub – have remixed tracks by the likes of Beyoncé, Whitney Houston and Alanis Morissette.

James Wiltshire’s set at the Rockinghorse ball will be a mix of pop and dance from the past 30 years.

Allie Preiss, marketing and events manager for Rockinghorse, said: “We’re very excited to have James at the ball.

“It’s a really great way to finish off what will be a fantastic evening, which will raise thousands for sick and disabled children in Sussex and Surrey.”

The Rockinghorse Circus Ball kicks off at 6.30pm with a champagne reception.

The evening includes an auction, entertainment by circus performers and a set by live band The Hot Rox.

Tickets are £85 per person and the Brighton-based charity still has limited spaces available.

To buy a ticket, contact Rockinghorse on 01273 730286 or, for more information, visit www.rockinghorse.org.uk.

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