SARAH McGUINNESS ANNOUNCES FREE LIVE GIG FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
Sarah invites you Back to Blacks to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019
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International singer/songwriter, Sarah McGuinness invites you all to her free live global music webcast at 8pm (GMT) on Friday 8 March 2019, in support of International Women’s Day and the ‘#BalanceforBetter’ campaign.
As a woman within the film and music industry, Sarah McGuinness has always fought for a fairly balanced work-place, and often she’s succeeded. As Sarah presents her Back To Blacks ‘Balance for Better’ Special live broadcast, she brings together inspiring and talented women from across the industry, who’ll be speaking out for ‘balance’ in life.
Streaming live through Facebook, join the live free global gig at 8pm (GMT) 8 March:
As an Emmy nominated movie director/producer, Sarah McGuinness is a woman who’s spent her entire career within an industry which is now pushing for gender equality and a perfect balance in the work place.
Meet you there – 8pm on Friday 8 March
By day she’s best known as Sarah Townsend, the internationally renowned movie director, producer and screen writer for TV and the big screen, who’s most notable works include Emmy-nominated documentary ‘Believe’ and multi award-winning ’Noma: Forgiving Apartheid’, the lyrically-told inside stories of Eddie Izzard and Noma Dumezweni, the acclaimed black actress who shot to fame with her portrayal of Hermione in the hit new Harry Potter play.
By night the music takes over and her alter-ego, Sarah McGuinness, leaps into action like The Avengers’ Emma Peel.
Immersing herself in the glamour and intrigue of the 50s & 60s silver-screen, Sarah slips on her stilettoes, slicks on the eyeliner and morphs into her sassy alter-ego; from Sarah the director to Sarah the singer/songwriter.
Flipping herself inside out, and confidently displaying a previously unseen inner core, Sarah plucks at snapshots of her real life and delivers them melodically with all the strength and glamour of a 1950’s movie goddess.
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March 4, 2019 6:44am ET by The PR Stable