See What Love concert and exhibition at St George’s Church to raise funds for POW Festival

See What Love at St George's Church in Ramsgate

A concert and exhibition will be held at St George’s Church in Ramsgate this month to raise funds for the Power of Women Festival 2024.

Organisers say the See What Love exhibition and concert will align to the history and heritage of the Church, building on the design and architecture while exploring themes of love, rest, expression, identity, ritual, tradition, and the impact of spiritualism on feminism within contemporary art.

The event will feature singers Starling, Ziah Ziah and the Social Singing Choir with artist Jemima Sara displaying her work.

Jemima Sara said: ““See What Love” is a personal show rooted in my own homage to spirituality, identity and healing. With this being my own exploration of spirituality, I feel privileged to be sharing a space with such empowering voices who honour the space in their own individual way whilst raising funds for POW Thanet”

Jemima Brown, Regeneration Officer for St George’s Church, added: “’We are now in the second year of ‘Project 200’, the 5 year regeneration project leading up to our 200th anniversary.

“St George’s is delighted to be hosting this wonderful event which will showcase powerful female voices in our beautiful church. The acoustics in St George’s are fantastic so the performances alongside Jemima Sara’s paintings should be a real treat.”

The concert will be held at St George’s Church, Church Hill, Ramsgate, on February 24. Doors open at 7pm. Show starts at 7.30pm. There will be a bar.

Ticket Prices: £11 Low Income Ticket, £16 Standard Price, £20,00 card payment on the door.

Anyone with access needs should contact the church in advance: [email protected]

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