BY Courtney Cross 

The Phil' Charity Concert is here to save you from your worst, procrastinating self.

In case you've missed the PSA, UNSW's biggest brightest talents will be in full showcase mode this Thursday night and if you haven't got a ticket, you need to check out your priorities STAT.

We’re bringing the entire UNSW community together for a night of FUNdraising featuring all kinds of acts from singing and dancing to circus and comedic acts. I personally could not keep my cool when it was revealed that there will be a TRIANGLE SYMPHONY. That's correct, you heard it right.

We’ll have you Phil’in the good vibes (and bad puns) all night long! If that’s not enough we’ll have an unhealthy (but deeply satisfying, DUH) supply of pimped brownies, melting toasties and drinks.

We have an incredible line-up of talent from Arc volunteering programs, clubs and societies all around campus including Yellow Shirts, Circus Society, UNSW Cheersoc, K-Pop society, Latin Dance Society and more.

There will be prizes going on the night that you don't want to miss out on, especially tickets to see Priscilla Queen of the Desert. 

And yet, TBH, there's no prize I need besides the Volunteers of Phil' taking cakes to the face in a dares-for-donations style 


WHEN Thursday 17th of May 

WHERE The Roundhouse

TICKETS on sale here.

Where does the money go?

In 2018 Phil’ is aiming to raise $85,000 for sick kids at the Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. Our funds support the small but passionate team of Child Life and Music Therapists who work tirelessly to normalize the hospital environment for young patients by educating on medical procedures, helping to manage pain and making sure kids just have time to be kids! They do everything from making daily needles a little bit easier to helping families create final and lasting memories together. In just 18 months Phil’ has raised over $100,000 for this incredible team and in 2018 we are already in excess of $20,000 but we need EVERYONES help to reach our very ambitious target.

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