The perfect Christmas gift? Ed Sheeran’s signed guitar up for grabs
11 DECEMBER 2019
Here’s your chance to win a signed Ed Sheeran guitar exclusively donated to Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice!
Grammy and multi-award winning artist Ed Sheeran has generously donated a signed Sheeran by Lowden guitar to raise money for Noah’s Ark.
The guitar is now open to bids at noah.do/edsheeran. The winning bid will guarantee this money-can’t-buy present can be with you as the perfect Christmas gift – or just as a treat for yourself! Every penny raised will support the charity’s work with seriously unwell children and their families.
The W Series guitar features a personal message from Ed saying ‘Play this guitar’, as well as his autograph and comes in signature Lowden gig bag.
Ed Sheeran, who played a role in hit film Yesterday, gave the guitar to Noah’s Ark as he couldn’t make the charity screening of the film on 14 December at the Everyman Cinema in Muswell Hill. The screening will be followed by a star-studded Q&A with Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle, renowned writer Richard Curtis and actors Himesh Patel and Sanjeev Bhaskar.
In Yesterday, Himesh plays Jack - a struggling musician who, after an accident, finds that he's the only person in the world who remembers The Beatles and becomes famous after taking credit for their songs.
"I'm proud to be supporting Noah's Ark Children's Hospice at the screening of Yesterday. The charity does amazing work with life-limited and life-threatened children and being part of this event is a great opportunity for me to help raise funds and the profile of such an important cause."
Sanjeev is a long-time supporter of Noah's Ark and joined us for last year's charity screening of Paddington 2. He's best known for his work in the comedy series Goodness Gracious Me and sitcom The Kumars at No. 42, as well as crime drama Unforgotten and films including Notting Hill and Horrible Histories: The Movie.
In Yesterday, Sanjeev plays the father of lead character Jack (Himesh Patel) and says:
"I'm thrilled to support Noah's Ark again this year by attending the Yesterday screening at the Everyman Muswell Hill on Saturday 14 December. This is a wonderful charity that does fantastic work in supporting seriously unwell children and their families. I look forward to meeting everyone who's coming along."
You can buy tickets for the screening of Yesterday plus Q&A and meet & greet with the stars now at noah.do/yesterday. Don't miss out on this exclusive event!