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Annie, Tinie and Metronomy give clothing to Rumble In The Jumble sale

By | Published on Monday 7 April 2014

Rumble In The Jumble

Annie Lennox, Arcade Fire, Suede, Tinie Tempah, Florence Welch, Pro Green and lots of other too-rich pop/rock artists and bands have donated clothing to the third edition of Rumble In The Jumble, The Music Circle’s yearly charity thrift-sale in aid of Oxfam.

Going down at London’s Oval Space on 26 Apr, this year’s Gemma Cairney-hosted drive will feature a bank of one-of-a-kind bits of designer apparel and pop memorabilia, and brand new items from big high-street brands for knock-down prices.

An offshoot of Annie Lennox’s The Circle organisation formed in 2011 by Everything Counts PR’s Emily Cooper and Real Life PR Laura Martin, The Music Circle is a group of industry figures and female artists working with Oxfam to fight poverty and inequality. Profits from Rumble In The Jungle will go to help women living in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Find details of this year’s event here.