Acclaimed pop singer-songwriter East of Eli (aka: Nathan West) is set to perform a special benefit concert at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England, Monday May 29th.  The double benefit supports Liverpool’s St. Vincent’s School for the Blind and Charity Pulse, a solutions based media company that inspires audiences to create a positive pulse of change in the world.  (All Ages) 4pm show:

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General Admission Tickets: £20
Vip Tickets: £60   [This includes general admission into the event PLUS a meet n’ greet w/ both Chyler Leigh & Nathan West, a signed tour t-shirt & photo op]

Meet n’ greet to take place at 6pm after the show.   **This event is all standing. If you are disabled and require assistance please get in touch with us to make arrangements – info@cavernclub.org  **Please note children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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A project created by the children of St Vincent’s School for the Blind in Liverpool has inspired two Hollywood stars to fly over to Liverpool and pay them a visit. Not only that but the celebrities are going to host drama lessons and play a benefit concert for the school at The Cavern Club.

Chyler Leigh, star of the US series Supergirl and her husband Nathan West, also an actor and musician, are promising other special surprise guests will join them. Word about the school’s comic book project, The Fab 4000, spread through the cast of Supergirl and the team at Marvel Comics.

Since then, cast member Chyler and Crosby-based Marvel Comics writer and illustrator, Tim Quinn , decided to help the comic book go global.

Chyler, who plays Alex Danvers – Supergirl’s adopted sister on Earth – in the series shown on Sky 1 in the UK, will be singing with Nathan’s band, East of Eli this Bank Holiday Monday (May 29) and will be welcoming the school choir on stage too.

Chyler, who also had a role in Grey’s Anatomy, said: “We think this idea is brilliant and we want to help to make it go global.

“We are so looking forward to our first visit to Merseyside.”