RoseRed & The Butterflies
Date and Time
Sunday, July 29th, 2012 at 7:00pm
The Harrison Pub, 28 Harrison Street, London WC1H 8JF
Aeqituas Threatre presents a VERY special evening- change will happen:
WHO CARES? Music+Talk+Love+Awareness=Change
Sunday 29th July 2012
Downstairs at the Harrison Pub
28 Harrison Street, London WC1H 8JF
Nearest Tube Kings Cross
Donations welcome (we need the other type of change too!)
We are so excited about the Promo evening for our Show BLACK SUNDAY, a cutting edge fast paced Black Comedy about the Debt Crisis.
We are putting on a magical evening - WOLFE HOGAN is headlinging!!! Richard Walker the author of WHO CARES? a hugely important book about the debt Crisis, is giving a talk and doing a book signing. The venue is beautiful and we have a heart stoppingly talented line up for you:
In her live shows audiences find themselves at one moment in rapt attention listening to dark atmospheric ballads and then singing along with big joyful choruses.
“her music is like taking a trip without having to take the drugs” No Title Magazine
ROSERED AND THE BUTTERFLIES
RoseRed And The Butterflies, aka Lydia Nicolaides. With a mixture of realism, fun, quirkiness and sadness, RoseRed’s music can move effortlessly from lightness into dark. ‘Imagine Mary Poppins on acid’ playing the guitar and dancing like a pixie.
Miri Hersh is a multi-talented singer-songwriter who presents a breath of fresh air in a world of tabloid-fodder pop divas. This gifted Londoner doesn’t require anything but her music to make the world take notice.
Wolfe Hogan is going to take the world by storm, not only is his music cleverly written and arranged, additively unique, and technically brilliant, he is one of the only violinists in the world to sing and play his instrument simultaneously! Visually entertaining (it should be impossible!) and sonically interesting (it should be illegal!) he categorize his music as violin-driven pop/rock.
A powerful and truly original look at why we still make war, accept poverty, trash our living space and owe so much money. This neat little book that says it all.
Our own award winning poet Samuel Humphreys will be performing. Katy will be compering and the whole company will be there to talk about BLACK SUNDAY.
See you there