The Phoenix of Gaia presents
Join us to celebrate love and unity as we stand together to say no to domestic violence
Saturday 16th Sep @ Bangalow A&I Hall
We say her name
An incredible evening of music, dance, entertainment and presentations
We Say Her Name aims to raise awareness about the many faces that violence against women can take.
Get ready for a fun filled evening with Mandy Nolan on the mic and music by local musicians Áine Tyrrell, Tapestry Road, Rumi/Sufi and Persian Traditional Dance by Ambyr from Sahara Dance Academy and Ava Traditional Persian Music Ensemble.
Speakers, performers and musicians
Mandy is our MC for the event.
Mandy Nolan has been a comedian for over three decades. As a loud mouth lefty feminist she’s long used the platform not just to make jokes, but also to champion the big issues. She’s not only a domestic violence survivor, she’s brave enough to do a joke about it.
Áine Tyrrell has built her international music career by thinking outside the box and saying it how it is. Her life, an inspiring journey in and of itself, is the canvas for the music, words and powerful performances that make her a thought provoking multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and an unmissable live act.
Judd and Robynn are Tapestry Road.
Tapestry Road takes us on a journey through time reflecting the soulful deep and moving reflections of the great songs of our past. Along with a touch of the new unheard original tunes of the present Tapestry Road lifts us all into voice to become as one.
Sahara Dance Academy
Rumi/Sufi and Persian Traditional Dance by Ambyr from Sahara Dance Academy.
Ava Music Ensemble
Ava Traditional Persian
Support We Say Her Name
Can’t come to the event in Byron Bay but still want to show your support? Please consider donating to the Gofundme campaign and help us reach our goal. All proceeds go to Women Up North.