It's back; for one night only Compton Hospice is hosting the return of Cheeky Monkey - the famous Wolverhampton Club Night.

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Cheeky Monkey has been missing from Wolverhampton nightlife for more than 4 years, but returns with everything from 70s disco to 80s pop, rock, indie, punk and ska at the Civic Hall on Friday 25 November, 2016, from 9.30pm.

Club promoter Dave Travis has joined forces with Compton Hospice to bring back one of Wolverhampton's most popular and longest running club nights to raise funds for the hospice.

All 3 of the original Cheeky Monkey DJs - Marie Falahee, Carrie Weekes and Mel Lewis - are getting back together for the first time in over a decade.

Dave said: "We are all very excited at the prospect of bringing Cheeky Monkey back to the Civic Hall and helping this great charity."

Compton Hospice spokesperson Grace Lee added: "Cheeky Monkey nights are legendary in Wolverhampton and we are thrilled to be able to bring it back for one night only. As well as being a great night out people will also be helping to raise funds for their local hospice."

Tickets, priced £15 plus booking fee, are available now at Type=links;Linkid=1949;Title=Wolves Civic;Target=_blank;. £10 from each ticket sold will go to Compton Hospice. 

  • released: Monday 9 May, 2016