Red Onions Are Actually Purple, Fundraiser for The Sindigo Foundation, Fail Better, McChuills 20 October, 2016
Celebrating the wonder that was Sarah ‘Sindigo’ Simpson
20 October, 2016– 8 p.m. – 11 p.m.
McChuills, 40 High Street G1 1NL
She rocked every stage she stood on and was all about making hings happen.
The Sindigo Foundation is being set up by friends and family to carry on her spirit and support the causes she devoted her time to.
Funds raised will go towards continuing her work and spreading some joy. You can also donate to the Just Giving page directly here: https://
The night is headed up by Cee Smith and a gaggle of performers including:
The Sindigo Foundation, to support the causes which Sindigo spent so much of her time supporting. These causes include the Beatson Centre, mental health, creativity, and Scottish Independence.
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