A concert celebrating George Michael's music will raise funds for children caught in the Israel/Gaza conflict.

You Have Been Loved will take place at St Michael's Church, in South Grove, Highgate, on April 23 to raise money for the Unicef Children of Gaza appeal.

The evening will celebrate the music of the East Finchley-born singer-songwriter with the aim of delivering life-saving supplies such as medicine, nutrition supplies, clean water, and mental health support to the children of Gaza.

Former UK Unicef president and broadcaster Kirsty Young recently revealed that the Careless Whisper superstar, who had a home in Highgate, secretly donated £50,000 to Unicef in 2016 before his untimely death on Christmas Day that year.

The special guest performer for the evening is Toby Bourke, who in 1997 scored a top ten hit with their song Waltz Away Dreaming.

The single was a duet with George Michael and released on his Aegean record label. 

Doors open at 7pm. Tickets cost £15 and can be booked online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/gmtributehighgate.

The show will feature London-based musicians and singers performing all the greatest hits of the 1980s superstar.

Since 2017, the band has played concerts at venues with strong connections to George such as Highgate and Goring-on-Thames, where he also lived.

So far, these gigs have raised more than £8,000 and has been donated to some of George's favourite causes, such as Childline, Terrence Higgins Trust, and MacMillan Cancer Support.