Both currently living in Toronto, proud Islanders Brittany Banks and Natalie MacFadyen (nee Sullivan) return to Charlottetown on Friday, December 29th to present “Never Far From Home,” a cabaret in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association (PEI Division).
Friends for nearly twenty years, these two young women will share songs and stories from the last two decades of making music together: from quirky duets in the Queens County Music Festival to originating roles in Anne & Gilbert, from their years in the UPEI music department to navigating life and love now. The evening will include well-known Island performers Nathan Keoughan, Andrew Murray, Hannah Rose, Aaron Crane and more, as well as a silent auction featuring local goods and services.
Tickets are $20 each (or more, by donation at the door) and all proceeds will go directly towards the CMHA-PEI, which offers services and supports tailored to Islanders and their mental health needs. If you are a local business who would be interested in donating an item or service to the silent auction, please feel free to contact Brittany at firstname.lastname@example.org.