Breathless and intimate, three remarkable chanteuses, a solo Sarah Jickling and her Good Bad Luck, Kristina Shelden and headliner, Christa Couture, singing deftly written songs will caress your senses and blow you an audible kiss on International Women’s Day.
Known for their artful and gorgeous lyrics which delve into extraordinary loss, love and lightness, three women experiencing different disabilities, carry us up their mountains and through their darkest periods to luminescence and light again.
Situated between tenacity and vulnerability, whimsical indie-pop and saucy jazz, earthy folk and exquisite story-telling, you will feel you are being in let in a secret you will long remember.
The Georgia Straight describes Couture as “a criminally under-rated songwriter and singer.” Sugar for your ears–musical depth, spunk and candour for your heart and soul.
Never together before, this evening’s performance will leave you emboldened, spirited and changed.
This event is hosted by past Equity Enhancement Fund Recipient Wingspan Dis/arts, Culture and Public Pedagogy. They are a collective of artists and scholars with disabilities that create authentic images and speak directly from lived experiences.
General Admission: $30
Seniors and Students: $15