Discover a little bit of India at the Hill Station on Saturday 15 June!
Bold Vision – the group that brought you the Hill Station – is holding a special fundraising evening, with specially prepared food, music, and culture from some (more) of our talented local residents. We’ll also be sharing news of other exciting initiatives Bold Vision is sponsoring in the Telegraph Hill area.
Starting at 7 pm, Raaheel Husain will perform Indian classical music. Raaheel plays the sitar and regularly performs at venues across the country. He will be accompanied by Saleel on the Tabla. The cost of this special fundraiser is just £15 and includes food (Biryani).
Tickets are available here:
TIME: 7.30PM onward DROP IN anytime up to 9.30PM
LICENSED BAR & FREE SNACKS
SLIDESHOW: Pictures of the Village
MUSIC: includes musicals, popular opera and traditional South African songs.
GETTING THERE: 10 min walk from Brockley (Overground & Rail) or 5 min walk from Nunhead (Rail) BUS 484 stops outside St Catherine’s Church on the corner of Pepys & Kitto Road, SE14
Meet Nonie Yende, young studio artist of Cape Town opera. She was recently described by critics in Wiesbaden as “vocally very strong and convincing” as Bess in their International touring production of Porgy & Bess. She is currently in London and you can hear sing with Sally Silver accompanied by Jeremy Silver and chat about her life in South Africa and her plans with her husband HRH Unathi Phathuxolo Mtirara for the village of Mqhekezweni, where former President of the Republic of South Africa, President Mandela grew up and attended his primary school under the guardianship of Regent King Jongintaba Dalindyebo Mtirara.
Sally and Jeremy are patrons of the fund raising project and all funds raised at the bar will go towards the regeneration project.
DONATIONS: If you can’t be there but would like to donate items for the children or financially as little as £1 to the project then please contact Sally directly email@example.com to get the details of how you can do that.