Fractalight at St Laurence; Reclaim the Light

Image Credit: Fractalight

St Laurence Church, The Shambles, Stroud, GL5 1AP


Saturday 17 March 2018
19:00 - 23:45
Opening Hours: 19:00-23:45
Admission Fee: £7.50
Booking recommended
Book online or tickets on the door

An evening of women performers to mark International Women’s Day.

Cassie Yukawa: acclaimed concert pianist

Molteno: Atmospheric dream pop with flavours of folk and trip hop, MOLTENO is all about the elements and the cosmos, the moon and the stars. Her songs are off and on planet earth, about things that are bigger than us, things that we don’t understand.

Aunt Fish: A fine selection of disco, funk, soul and boogie to help you shake off your winter blues. Aunt Fish has been playing for 6 years under various guises, from Sheffield to Brighton. She has only fallen off the stage once.

Uta Baldauf: is a bilingual dyslexic poet. Her poetry performances are radio like, intimate collages of poetry, sound, found text and a visual twist.

Further performers to be announced!

This event marks International Women’s Day (March 8th). IWD is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.​ ​International Women’s Day​ has occurred for well over a century, with the first IWD run by the Suffragettes in 1911.​ IWD belongs to all groups collectively everywhere. IWD is not country, group or organisation specific.


Doors and bar open at 7pm
Music from 8pm.

£7.50 – advance tickets. 

£8.50 – on the door.

Cash only at the bar.

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