Reflex in Croydon, which is owned and operated by the award-winning Stonegate Pub Company, will be hosting a risqué night with hunky exotic dancers and glamorous drag queens on Wednesday 28th August. The event takes place from 8pm and will be raising money for the Baby Blake Robinson Foundation.

Donna Robinson, the founder of the foundation, has known the team at Reflex for a number of years. She set up the charity after her baby boy died from cot death at only three days old. Donna approached Jay McDonnell, deputy manager of Reflex in Croydon and asked if Reflex would support the foundation by hosting a Ladies night.

The charity aims to raise money for the baby resuscitation unit at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough, where the staff were very supportive of Donna and her family during the difficult time.

Tickets for the event, which costs £10, can be reserved over the phone for collection or purchased from the venue; all of the proceeds will be going directly to the charity.

In addition to the drag queens and exotic dancers, the night includes music from the resident DJ, karaoke, and the opportunity to buy tickets for the charity raffle with a fantastic selection of prizes including a seven-day gym pass, a signed Crystal Palace football and a Reflex service card which entitles the holder and two friends to unlimited free entry to the club!

Jay said; “I am sure that it will be a brilliant girls’ night out. We’ve got a fantastic evening planned with lots of entertainment, so we’d like to encourage both new and existing customers to come and pay us a visit to support such a worthy cause.”