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Ex-pros join cast of Les Mis and Phantom for Bromley charity football match

PUBLISHED: 15:20 30 July 2013 | UPDATED: 15:20 30 July 2013

Danny Jones, of McFly, will play in aid of Great Ormond Street at Hayes Lane on Sunday, August 11.

Danny Jones, of McFly, will play in aid of Great Ormond Street at Hayes Lane on Sunday, August 11.

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Actors, musicians and ex-professional footballers will collide as The Phantom of the Opera takes on Les Miserables in a charity match at Hayes Lane next Sunday.

The cast of both west-end plays will be joined by names such as Gareth Gates, McFly singer Danny Jones and The Royale Family’s Ralf Little as they face-off in aid of Great Ormond Street.

Making sure the actors know the roles on the pitch will be former professional players Francis Benali, Paul Jones and Bobby Taylor.

Tickets for the grudge match cost £11.50 for adults and £5 for children aged five to 15, with those younger able to enter for free.

The match, on August 11, kicks off at 3pm - with entertainment provided from 1pm.

To find out more and buy tickets, visit lesmisvphantom.co.uk.


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