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On Tuesday 12 June, a-Sisterhood in collaboration with Helping Rhino’s and Cara Frew will host "an Evening of the ARTS" in aid of The Black Mambas - South Africa’s first all-female anti-poaching unit protecting the Rhino.

This art inspired event will raise funds for a worthy cause, while entertaining with an acoustic performance by Cara Frew, short talk by Simon Jones; Helping Rhino’s Founder and CEO, a few words from Paula Abbandonato; a-Sisterhood Founder and CEO and info on the Greg du Toit sculpture exhibition by Georgina Shields; Director of the Everard Read Gallery, London.

Fun packed evening not to be missed!  Join us to inspire change. The time for action is now.

EVENT SCHEDULE:

At 6pm guests arrive at Everard Read Gallery, Kensington to enjoy complimentary welcome drinks.

At 6.45pm Cara Frew will perform a 30-minute acoustic set of originals with her guitarist amidst the Greg du Toit sculpture exhibition.

At 7.15pm key-note speakers commence and guests enjoy the rest of "an Evening of the ART’s"

ON DISPLAY and available to purchase:

Limited edition print of the stunning "The Accuser" by award-winning wildlife artist Karen Laurence-Rowe.

"FLAME" chart-topping singer-songwriter Cara Frew's Debut Album released by Sony Music Entertainment.

Exquisite Tom Middleton artwork. 

We can't wait to see you there!

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