International Women’s Day at The Sov!

Sat 10th March 2018
@ Royal Sovereign - London

We are hosting and presenting an all ages all all dayer all Female all birthday International Women’s Day extravaganza with a bring and buy clothes/toys etc stall with the proceeds going to a Women’s charity (tba) and face painting by Katy for the kids and aduts!
**Free Entry!
**Birthday people are Sam Morris, Geraldine Hutt aka Madame GeGe, Carmel aka Tiddles and Rob aka Run Dmt** 🙂


**Gail Something-Else** (Muddy Summers and The Dirty Field Whores)

**Black Death**

**The Fleas**


**Tabitha & Alice Uke**


**Madame GeGe**

**Miss Pink**

**La Sudaca**

**Gail Something Else**
Is the songwriter, front woman and double bassist with feisty female swingfolkpunk band Muddy Summers and the Dirty Field Whores. Her sentient political verse has a razor edge that feels no need to growl before it bites.

Are mixed with the sound, energy and political nihilism of classic Punk/Anarcho Punk Rock fused with their humorous brand of agit-/Ska/Reggae tinged socially aware Female fronted ‘aving it no shit no borders let’s ‘ave ya! 🙂

**Black Death**
Are 12 year old triplets bringing their own brand of Anarcho/Folk Punk songs concerning aspects of social commentary, and songs relevant to their young age group albeit with a very mature outlook.

**Tabitha & Alice Uke**
This will be their 1st debut performance together! 12 & 13 year old retrospectively, Alice is a singer songwriter and has been playing piano since 6, guitar since 10 and ukulele since 11. She has her own band and plays piano in a jazz band at school.
Tabitha has been dancing since 3 and singing since 6, she debuted her 1st performance singing backing vocals in her parents Punk band. She has performed and sang in many musical theatre productions and appeared as Blousey in the 2016 production of Bugsy Malone at the Lyric Hammersmith.

Is 12 years old and a passionate advocate for Women’s issues and is just starting out as a singer songwriter and has played a number of open mics and charity gigs.

**Portrait of Kathleen Cleaver by Sean Orr**