Come and join us for an evening of fun and fundraising for Brighton Women’s Voices!
Tickets £10.00 + £1.25 (*)
Concessions £8.00 (*) are available for all students, 65+ and those in receipt of benefits @ £8.00 – If you have any questions about you eligibility, please contact the organiser on firstname.lastname@example.org
An eccentric, wit-tastic queen of poetry,fantastically scathing and full to the brim with wild and disgusting imagination.
Brighton based poet and campaigner for floral dresses.
Two singer songwriters; one amazing duo. One voice strong and soulful, the other rich and husky. Both emotional. Seagirls take you on a journey through Love, Life and Liberation.
Two Brighton drummers rooted in folk making new music with electronic toys and acoustic guitars. Singer and guitarist Rachel Butt and producer Ed Critchley.
An eight-piece female acapella group who enjoy singing covers. Anything from Cole Porter to Basement Jaxx. Every song is someone’s favourite
All the Nice Girls
Ali Child and Rosie Wakley present extracts from their show, described by The Stage as “a wonderful, vital insight into a fascinating alternative world, performed with charm and conviction”
We are also delighted to open the evening with the MP for Brighton Pavilion, Caroline Lucas.
Plus amazing raffle prizes to be won!
Emporium, 88 London Road
Show starts: 8.00pm prompt
18+ due to the content of some of the performers
There will be a licensed bar serving a select range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
The Emporium is fully wheelchair accessible, but if you have any specific acessibility questions, please contact us on email@example.com
There will be a limited number of tickets available on the door (cash only).
Please note that the event will be filmed. If you do not wish to be filmed, please let this be known at the front desk on the night.
All adults welcome!
(*) Book online at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/brighton-womens-voices-fundraiser-tickets-16929713228
Brighton Women’s Voices
Brighton Women’s Voices (BWV) is a volunteer run community initiative that brings together all self-identifying women from across Brighton & Hove to create a powerful, unifying collective voice which promotes inclusion and challenges inequality.
Connecting individuals and groups, the BWV network is an independent central hub for women to access information, news, events, opportunities and campaigns via our website, newsletter and outreach.
For more information or to join the mailing list, please email Brightonwomensvoices@gmail.com
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