Kate Bush announces London pop-up shop, with all proceeds going to help the homeless

Life & Soul Magazine

Pop legend Kate Bush has launched a pop-up shop in London selling memorabilia, with all proceeds being donated to homeless people.

The shop, which is located at Coals Drop Yard in Kings Cross, will sell the artist’s recently released lyric book How To Be Invisible, as well as the new remastered versions of her music catalogue on vinyl and CDs.

Each book sold will include an exclusive bookmark, while all profits from the shop will go to national homelessness charity Crisis.

A daily raffle, which will be announced daily via social media, will include a selection of different prizes.

The pop-up shop will open tomorrow (5 December) and run until 9 December.

Kate Bush said: Kate Bush said: “I can’t imagine how it must feel to be homeless. Our attention is drawn to this tragic issue at Christmas when most of us can share the celebrations with those we love…

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