The Fire Fighters Charity is hosting a one-off livestream with musician Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim, a Chief Fire Officer and the photographer of a moving new exhibition, as part of its latest fundraising campaign, Brew With A Crew.

Norman will join East Sussex Fire and Rescue Chief Fire Officer Dawn Whittaker and Simona George, photographer and curator of the Treasure Exhibition, to chat about everything from firefighting to music, tea and photography, before they take questions from viewers. 

They are all currently involved in the Treasure exhibition - part of Brighton Fringe - which reveals the surprising and often touching stories people have about the one thing they'd choose to save in a house fire. Half of all proceeds will go to The Fire Fighters Charity.

The livestream event comes as part of the Charity's Brew With A Crew, in partnership with Typhoo Tea, which is encouraging the UK to stick the kettle on and enjoy a virtual brew with their crew, whether that be friends, family or colleagues, while supporting the UK's fire services community by donating to the Charity. 

The livestream will take place on Thursday, 1 July, at 7.30pm, on the Charity's YouTube channel.

Louise Furneaux, The Fire Fighters Charity Community, Corporate and Events Fundraiser, says: "Working with Norm, Dawn and Simona on this very special Brew With a Crew is an absolute delight... I am so looking forward to hearing about their brew stories and their Treasure experience. It makes my job as a fundraiser so exciting. Pass me the Typhoo - I am there!"

For full details visit www.firefighterscharity.org.uk/brewlive