Thursday, 29 March 2018

Deptford Wives & The Trills - War Child

Edori Fertig (Deptford Wives)
A night of urban folk for War Child
The Trills
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Kung Fu Vicar
City Farmers Trio
Hofnerama

Date - 25th March 2018
Venue - Ryans N16, Stoke Newington, London, UK

Julie Brown (The Trills)
War Child is a non-governmental organisation founded in the UK which provides assistance to children in areas experiencing conflict and the aftermath of conflict.It was founded in 1993 by film-makers David Wilson and Bill Leeson. On assignment in the former-Yugoslavia they were horrified by the violence and ethnic cleansing they witnessed. And especially its impact on children. In 2015, the number of children, young people and adults who received direct support from us was 126,000.

Make a Donation HERE.

Nat Wallace (Deptford Wives)
The Deptford Wives are a 2-piece rockabilly lounge band playing country and bi-millenial blues. Edori Fertig, artist and singer, brings New York style to classic Lee Hazlewood, Peggy Lee and other covers while her original lyrics chart a wry and dry course through the perils of modern middle age. Nat Wallace on guitar and bass provides the moody, twangy accompaniment to Edori's soulful vocals while cutting up sharp in his hand made Nudi suit.

Minna Lacey (The Trills)
The Trills are a trio of creative vocalists that cross genres on a journey from pathos to joyous and back again. Their evocative and intimate performance created the perfect atmosphere for the War Child benefit night.

Alice Power (The Trills)
Julie Brown has been director at Growing Communities since it launched in 1996 and now also helps run a 17acre orchard in Kent. She has been nominated for a Triodos Ethical Small Business Award, has stood on the London Food Board, and has campaigned tirelessly for policy as well as practical change to food and farming in the UK. Minna Lacey has been writing books for Usborne since 2004, about all kinds of topics - from machines and nature to Christopher Columbus and the Olympics. Born in London, Minna worked as a journalist in Bogota, Colombia, and New York before returning to London to write. Alice Power trained in Contemporary Art at Nottingham Trent University and State University New York (B.A First Class honours). She was a member of The Right Size (1991-2006) designing and inventing visual comedy alongside Sean Foley and Hamish McColl. She has also worked in film and television designing extraordinary props and costumes for Why Not Films, Julian Clary, Ken Russell and Tom Waits.
The Trills - guitar












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