The Jazz Bar and Café RJJZ (Arch 24, 208 Livery Street, Birmingham) will celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th with a showcase of female talent. Millicent will join with her music, performing alongside Sue Brown, BBC documentary presenter who will delight the public with spoken word and poetry; Sandra Golding, UK’s leading African Dance practitioner, and Joy Baines, a designer that will exhibit a selection of her creative pieces. Additionally, Hillary Turner, a saxophone player who has been part of Millicent’s beloved group Cafemnee, will perform as a guest.
This is a good opportunity to catch Millicent playing live, as the event is open to the public. Early Bird tickets are already available for just £10 in RJJZ’s website, that you can find here, and it will be possible to buy them for £12 at the door on the night too.
Don’t let the day go unnoticed, see you there!