Singing Nurse Beth Porch will perform exclusively for GOSH Charity gala

5 May 2020, 4:29 p.m.

Great Ormond Street Hospital’s (GOSH) super talented nurse and Britain’s Got Talent contestant, Beth Porch will once again be picking up her guitar for our charity’s first-ever virtual fundraising gala event, ‘At Home With GOSH’. At Home With GOSH promises an evening jam-packed with entertainment and music, featuring an array of celebrities and special guests. This will include comedian and presenter Dara O Briain, who will host the event, plus special performances from Craig David, Jack Savoretti, and... you guessed it! Our very own “Singing Nurse” Beth Porch.

Beth has recorded a version of her song “You Taught Me What Love Is” exclusively for the event. Inspired by GOSH families, the special bonds they share and how love keeps everyone going through tough times, her song was first performed on her audition to Britain’s Got Talent, where she received a standing ovation from the celebrity judges.

Taking place on 7 May 2020 between 7pm-9pm, everyone is encouraged to come along and join the fun – all from the comfort of your own home. The money raised from this event will help GOSH Charity fund the Hospital’s most urgent, immediate needs and support its vital work in this challenging time and beyond.

Event Details

  • Thursday 7th May 
  • 7pm – 9pm 
  • Venue: Your home! 
  • Dress code: Fun and fabulous – there will be a prize for the best dressed 
  • £25 per household

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