The Silvershine gig went really well, and nearly £400 was raised for Interface.

Thanks to the organisers of the Silvershine Club, Sivershine gigwho do so much to promote local Birmingham jazz musicians, the free sound engineering from Pete Evans, and the generosity of the audience.

Jo James (Interface trustee) was in the band, playing on 25th July 2013 at The Silvershine Jazz club.   All proceeds went to Interface.

Jo is retiring from her post as consultant anaesthetist at Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull Hospitals, and has been appointed as the Bernard Johnson Adviser for the International Programme by the Royal College. It’s a 3 year post to support and sponsor International Medical Graduates in the UK, support trainees going out on OOPs to developing countries, and help doctors in developing countries develop their own curricula, and training standards similar to that in the UK.