On Wednesday the 29th May 2019, for the second year running, Cara Frew will be performing to raise funds for a-Sisterhood, a non-profit organisation working to uplift and empower the position of women worldwide, in association with Helping Rhinos and The Black Mambas - South Africa’s first all-female anti-poaching unit who protect the Rhino.
‘Acoustic Sessions’ will be an intimate evening with an acoustic set by Sony Music Entertainment Africa signed singer-songwriter Cara Frew accompanied on guitar by artist and producer Josh Wantie.
Helping Rhinos Founder and CEO Simom Jones will give a short talk on the work of the Black Mambas.
The event will be held at The LIBRARY, an exclusive members club in London’s Theatreland, just a few seconds walk from Trafalgar Square.
This will be an interesting, inspiring and entertaining evening not to be missed!
Tickets are just £10, and we hope you will join us for a fun packed evening and play your part in empowering the female ranger unit doing amazing work helping Rhinos.
Doors open at 7pm for guests to arrive at Library and enjoy drinks available to purchase at the bar
Cara Frew will perform at approximately 7:20pm. Simon Jones’ talk on the Black Mambas will follow Cara’s performance.
Library, 112 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BD