THREE top local bands are staging a huge fund-raising gig at Hereford's Royal National College for the Blind main hall on Saturday in aid of the Little Princess Trust.

Kicking off the evening are Angels One Five, a fresh-faced band playing a mix of everyone's favourite modern rock songs and interesting re-workings of some classics.

Next up are Frantik, fresh from recording their album, Cautious Lee's Big Day Out, due for release next month and bursting onto stage with their usual mix of high energy rock and polished performance.

Closing the night are Shrinking Violets, a band that's been creating a buzz around Hereford with its classic powerful sound and interpretations of some truly classic songs.

Doors open at 8pm and all proceeds from the night will go to the Little Princess Trust, a Hereford-based charity which supplies children across the UK with high-quality, natural looking wigs when they lose their own hair, either through cancer treatments or other illnesses.

Tickets are available from, The Spread Eagle, Gilbies and Nilam Music in Aubrey Street.