Greenwich Oxfam are marking International Women’s Day with a “Touch of Glamour” in the Nelson Rooms at the Trafalgar Tavern on Thursday 7th March starting at 6.30pm. Part of Oxfam’s national Get Together, the event aims to showcase local female talent and raise money for Oxfam to transform the lives of women living in poverty around the world.
The evening’s entertainment includes music from south-east London singer songwriter Sarah Flotel, a reading from her new novel “How to Create the Perfect Wife” by Eltham-based author Wendy Moore and stand-up comedy from writer, broadcaster and comedian Viv Groskop. It ends with a cat-walk show from local boutique Traffic People.
Here’s one of Sarah Flotel’s songs as a taster:
Tickets cost £8.00, which includes a free cupcake, and must be bought in advance. They are available from :
The event is suitable for people aged 11 and over, but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult and i/d is required.
All ticket proceeds, as well as 10% of everything sold on the stalls, will go to Oxfam.