Every table has now sold for this year’s Crypt Factor, as 10 budding solo singers and groups from leading companies in the property and construction industries, prepare to entertain an 850-strong audience, whilst raising tens of thousands of pounds for local charities.
This year’s annual singing competition takes place on Thursday 1st March 2018 at Elland Road and the show’s organising committee and main sponsors, comprising of Bruntwood, Gent Visick and Pinsent Masons, have a top line up of acts from a wide range of companies ready to wow the audience. TheBusinessDesk.com is the event’s official media partner and Candid PR will provide PR support for the sixth year running.
Over the last 11 years, Crypt Factor has raised well over £580,000 for charity. The proceeds from this year’s event will be shared equally between St George’s Crypt and The Leeds Fund, which is managed by Leeds Community Foundation and is helping to build a city of opportunity for all and creating positive change in the communities of Leeds that need it most.
St George’s Crypt is based within the thriving church of St George’s in Leeds and has been at the frontline of support for homeless, disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Leeds and its surrounding areas since 1930.
Anyone wanting further information about Crypt Factor, can follow the event on twitter @cryptfactor.
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