Ted Christopher will be live at Styx Kirkcaldy as we host a charity night in aid of Emma Ireland Smith.
Here is alittle info on Emma:
Emma Ireland Smith was born a healthy, happy baby on 10/11/11. On 6th January 2016 at the age of only 4, Emma suffered from a stroke – a condition extremely rare in children. The cause remains unknown but is normally related to an underlying condition. As a consequence of the stroke Emma has been diagnosed with Dystopia – a movement disorder in which a person's contract uncontrollably. The contraction causes Emma 's right arm and leg to twist involuntarily, resulting in repetitive movements or abnormal postures. Emma is now learning how to lead with her left hand. Emma now requires a night splint for her arm and an all day splint for her leg. She will require medication for the rest of her life and is currently undergoing a range of treatment, including: Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and language therapy and ongoing MRI scans. Funds raised will be used to book private physiotherapy sessions for Emma to increase support and help aid her recovery.
Tickets are only £5 and are available from Styx Kirkcaldy and Kirkcaldy Tartan Army. Over 18's Only.