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Lil Sullivan - FRAMED! Benefit Bash

Jun 14   |   By: admin   |   0   |   Posted in Art, Community, Information Tags:

FRAMED! Benefit Bash

When:  Sunday, June 16th
Where: The Grosvenor 17 Sidney Road SW9 0TP
Time: 7:30 – 10:30 PM

Ticket Price: Love donation We’ll have a hat to pass around after the performances as well as a donation box at the door

 

Lil Sullivan, local artist of SW9 is the beneficiary of FRAMED! Seven years ago she suffered a stroke that had her in a coma for six months. Upon waking up, she discovered the left side of her body partially paralysed and limited use of her hand. 

Today, Lil is back and making her art once again! As well as being a full time mother, she is very active in her community as well as a co-founder of the London Stroke Action Council (LSAC). 

Lil is an inspiration to all. The stroke may have slowed her down a bit, but it did not stop her. Her upcoming exhibition benefiting LSAC has her creating like crazy, and all this new work needs to be framed


FRAMED!, a benefit bash is a going to be an evening of art, music & Comedy Hosted by theDoryLama (finalist Funny’s Funny Female Comedian of the Year 2011, Funny Women Semi Finalist 2009) All this entertain to you and help Lil raise the money to frame her artwork. All proceeds will be used for the art pieces that will be shown in her solo exhibition in July, 2013 benefiting the London Stoke Action Council.

Join us on Sunday, June 16th for an evening of FRAMED! For those of you in Ireland who unable to make it, worry not! We will record the event and put it online with a PayPal account so you may enjoy the performances and make donations.

Performances by

Lil Sullivan

Catherine Brogan

Enda Muldoon

The Underdogs

‘Coeur Vagabond’

and

The No Frills Band



Out of the Blue: The Art of The Stroke

Gold on the Streets: 2013 Calendar

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