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'When words fail, music speaks' (H. Ch. Andersen)

Sounds Like Women Community Cafe

In England we are lockdown again so, Sounds like Women Community Cafe that was going to happen 5/12 will be happening online this year every Friday! 🙃🧚☕️

How?👐This Friday (13th) and the next 4 Fridays, LIVE streamed on FB& Instagram, at 6pm (London time), from our studio in England, temporarily adopted for Cafe🥳, all the things you love about a cafe - interesting, relaxing & empowering talk about things that matters to us, live music & coffee, teas, cake, of course! See you for the first SLWCC in Friday at 6pm live! Details coming later this week!

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Events you shouldn't miss.

Friday

13/11/20

6pm 

(London Time)

Sounds Like Women Community Cafe #1. (online Facebook page)

Streamed live on-line on Facebook page go on:  https://www.facebook.com/soundslikewomen




Friday 

20/11/20

6pm 

(London Time)

Sounds Like Women Community Cafe #2. (online Facebook page)

Streamed live on-line on Facebook page go on: https://www.facebook.com/soundslikewomen

Friday

27/11/20

6pm

(London Time)

Sounds Like Women Community Cafe #3. (online Facebook page)

Streamed live on-line on Facebook page go on: https://www.facebook.com/soundslikewomen


Friday

04/12/20

6pm

(London Time)

Sounds Like Women Community Cafe #4. (online Facebook page)

Streamed live on-line on Facebook page go on: https://www.facebook.com/soundslikewomen


Friday

11/12/20

6pm

(London Time)

Sounds Like Women Community Cafe #5. (online Facebook page)

Streamed live on-line on Facebook page go on: https://www.facebook.com/soundslikewomen


Sounds Like Women Community Day

For centuries, even in the darkest hours communities gathered around music to empower, reunite and enjoy the moment together.

In this difficult time of Covid19, following all the safety measures we want to bring our community together. We want to inspire and empower people through music and its related activities, which is the main mission of our project. Just to be able to bring back safe engagement, joy and support especially, to the most vulnerable during the pandemic we are excited to announce the first Sounds Like Women Community Day. This event will be happening online on the 12th of September from the garden of Sound Like Women headquarter in Hinton Parva, between 12:00 and 19:00. Due to current local outbreaks of Covid-19 we will stream the event online to keep you all safe.

• For all day, we will showcase local art and enjoy live music from Sounds Like Women international artists, local musicians & music lovers.

• There will be sale of products from ‘Homemade by Women’ – our new, inspiring initiative. It will coincide with the launch of our new online shop with products made with passion and love by women mainly as a part of their hobby or small businesses.

Inspiring is empowering…

• We will be also honoured by special & inspirational guests – Emma Rawlings – chief executive of Swindon Domestic Abuse Support Services and Graham Harris – an inventor, businessman and writer of a book ‘Bullied Back to Life’.

• We also organise an auction and raffle to raise funds for Swindon Domestic Abuse Support Services, our musical workshops for women and next community live events.

Supported by:

The Benefice of Lyddington & Wanborough, with Bishopstone & Hinton Parva,

Swindon Domestic Abuse Support Services

facebook.com/soundslikewomen | #soundslikewomen | www.soundslikewomen.com

*Proceeds from the event will go to Swindon Domestic Abuse Support Services & ongoing Sounds Like Women activities.

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Music For Life - live from home 6 hours musical challenge #3

The aim of this fundraiser challenge is to raise monies to support empowering musical workshops & music therapy sessions for women & girls who have been affected by the issues. The activities will take a place in their local communities (and) or online. Also, we will support our female artists, who genially giving their best helping others.

When words fail, music speaks...

The challenge involved singing and playing music for the 6 hours, featuring original tunes and some covers of well-known songs by international female artists, who collaborates with the project.

We had a very special guest who performed from her home in Bahrein - platinum selling

singer/songwriter Sandi Thom

This time was all about the power of music - how music could

improve our lives - about the positive effect of musical activities on

our wellbeing, mental and physical health. We also spoke with music & art therapist Paola Esperson, as well as listened some tunes and

heart-warming stories from domestic abuse survivors who loves & makes music and who have collaborated with our project already.

Inspiring is empowering...

The event was streamed live on Sounds Like Women Facebook fan page the 31st of May between 1pm and 7pm. www.facebook.com/soundslikewomen/live

Watch a short video summary