The long-running arts project Liver & Lights will present a benefit happening for the Cressingham Gardens Fighting Fund in November.
The fund has already raised more than £17,000 for the campaign against Lambeth council’s plans to demolish and rebuild the estate that overlooks Brockwell Park from Tulse Hill.
The benefit, on Saturday 27 November in the Herne Hill Station Hall from 5 to 9pm (Doors 4.30pm), will feature live music from the acclaimed Kurdish singer Nawroz Oramari.
Support is promised from Liver & Lights’ Snareby Moon of Slingy Gaw, the inimitable Bird Radio, the amazing trousers of bones and the aft and the wayward genius of the Teeth Machine Orchestra.
The show will be ticket only and all proceeds from sales will go to the Cressingham Gardens Fighting Fund…
Tickets will cost a minimum donation of £6 or by bank transfer to:
Liver and Lights.
You can also ddonate direct to the fund (After you have donated, email email@example.com with your name and address to receive a hand printed ticket.