Simon Tarrant and Catrin Finch host fundraiser at London Canal Museum for WaterAid’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
ARTIST Simon Tarrant and world-renowned harpist Catrin Finch are to host an exhibition and concert for WaterAid’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal at London Canal Museum on Saturday, May 16 from 7pm.
Like Catrin, Simon, who will also be exhibiting at the museum from May 5–31, is a passionate supporter of WaterAid and was recently commissioned to create the artwork for Catrin’s new album Tides, which includes a track gifted by Catrin to raise money for WaterAid.
On the night, 75% of the profits will be donated to WaterAid and Simon will also be supporting the charity with a prize draw of his artwork Pink Sky to raise funds for WaterAid’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
Simon said: “The recent earthquake in Nepal is clearly devastating for a nation already struggling to provide adequate sanitation to half its population. I am actively fundraising for WaterAid’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal to provide emergency water supplies, hygiene kits, water purification tablets and emergency trenches for sanitation.”
Event: Fundraiser for WaterAid’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal
Where: London Canal Museum, 12-13 New Wharf Road, London N1 9RT
When: Saturday, May 16 from 7pm.
Tickets: £15 (£12.50 concessions).
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