Watford Colosseum will see a musical fusion of hip hop, house, garage, R&B (and other musical genres I know little about!) when some of the top performers in their field take to the stage on Friday 4th May.
With two Brit Awards and three MOBOs under her belt Ms "Dy-Na-Mi-Tee" has the credentials to guarantee a great night of music and dance singlehandedly. But there's a lot more to be added to the mix.
Also taking to the stage, and no strangers themselves to top ten chart positions, are House/Garage duo DJ Luck and MC Neat. Two piece dubstep act, Dubba Jonny, top Ibiza DJ and performer John Kelly and many more guarantees that this promises to be a fantastic night out.
And this concert in Watford is for a great cause. Great Ormond Street Hospital's Theatres for Theatres is a three year initiative to raise £4 million to fund two new state of the art operating theatres. The theatres will be used by the Neurosciences team treating children with complex and often life threatening neurological and craniofacial conditions. The aim is to create world class facilities allowing up to 20% more children to be treated over the next ten years, making a dramatic difference to the lives of so many young patients.
The show starts at 8 o'clock but you could get the night off to a great start by heading for the Bistro with its excellent selection of light bites, big plate meals and paninis for some pre show dining. Full details, including prices, booking and the Bistro menu can be found at the Watford Colosseum website.