Thank Folk For Presents A Night for Rise UK
Brighton’s finest upcoming musicians come together for a very special cause this April, in affiliation with Brighton based charity Rise UK.
Held at Brighton Unitarian Church on Saturday 11th April, the Rise UK charity concert hopes to bring awareness to the struggles experienced by those experiencing domestic abuse and violence.
RISE is a Sussex-based charity that supports people affected by domestic abuse and violence. Their vision is freedom from abuse and violence.
· 1 in 4 women will be affected by domestic abuse in her lifetime
· RISE had over seven thousand referrals in 2018-2019 and demand for services remains high
· RISE offers help in the form of helpline, refuge and therapy services to women and children
For more information visit their website here;
Chris KEATS. will headline the evening with a collection of his best material. Chris will be showcasing his newest single, Love Is So Simple, set for release later this year. The song, appropriately, is about childhood domestic and sexual abuse and the eventual redemption of the main character.
He will be supported by Julian Paredes on lead guitar, bass and backing vocals and Valeria Guidotti on backing vocals to add depth to his already profoundly emotive set.
Brodie McBride is a Brighton born singer-songwriter who found her passion for songwriting through poetry. Her laidback acoustic sound focuses on storytelling and gives her audience their own individual experience when she plays live.
Rifka Ravenna, a local favourite of the organiser, will perform her melody-laden brand of acoustic pop, accompanying herself on guitar and piano.
Opening the Rise UK charity concert will be opera singer Valeria Guidotti and classical pianist Zhanna Kemp, who will collaborate unamplified for enhanced poignancy, bringing something unique to the evening.
One very special guest still to be announced!
The charity concert is open to all ages and is a BRING YOUR OWN ALCOHOL event! Attendees can bring in drinks from the pubs across the road from the church too!
Featuring an excellent showcase already confirmed, the 140-capacity event is expected to sell out well in advance.
The Rise UK Charity Concert is being held on Saturday 11th April at the Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd, BN1 1UF. Doors open at 7.30pm. Suggested donation £10.
Brighton Unitarian Church Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd, BN1 1UF Brighton
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