GUITARS SAVE LIVES
Brighton people with a history of addiction and homelessness are coming together to make music with the aim of easing recovery, cultivating joy and fostering a strong sense of community. Together, let us celebrate the power of music to bring about change.
Guitars Save Lives is a lively evening of music and conversation featuring New Note Strummers, a group of Brighton-based people whose recovery from addiction has been facilitated by the transformative power of playing music together.
This lively event will be held on September 30th during ‘recovery’ month to raise awareness of addiction, homelessness and mental health.
Launched by the charity New Note in 2017, New Note Strummers has already helped to change the lives of many local musicians in recovery.
Guitars Save Lives marks the culmination of months of practice involving the group members lending each other much-needed support, sharing their stories and learning to play as a tightly-knit ensemble.
It promises to be a fun, emotion-packed evening as the musicians kick up a storm with their covers of classic songs and discuss their own eventful journeys from addiction to recovery.
They will be joined by special guests including Journalist Jon Wilde.
STANDING // 14+ (UNDER 16s TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT) // THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN KOMEDIA STUDIO BAR