THE WORTHING star of BBC’s The Voice will be going back where it all started to perform for a children’s cancer charity.
Deano Boroczky, 27, will be performing at the Smugglers Return on Hamm Road, where he was originally picked up by talent scouts from the show.
It will be his first gig since performing on The Voice.
Deano, who is currently being mentored on the show by Paloma Faith, will be playing songs from people who have inspired him musically throughout his life, and will have his friend Neil on acoustic guitar along with a sax player for a couple of songs.
He said: “I’ve decided to put on a little gig at the Smugglers to say thanks to people in Worthing who have been really supportive so far. I am really looking forward to having a great evening.
“It feels fitting to have it at the Smugglers as that’s where I was scouted for The Voice. Angie and Andy the pub runners at the Smugglers have always been really welcoming and supportive.”
Around 12 acts will perform in total, with all proceeds going towards the Little Heroes Cancer Trust, which provides toys, distractions and smiles to children and the families of children who are living with cancer.
The evening starts at 8:30pm on Saturday February 20 with Deano performing from 9pm.
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