WHO IS #SODTHIS?
#SodThis was founded by theatre director Susannah Tresilian who, with the help of the brilliant comic Sara Pascoe, decided to turn grief into action by organising an event to raise awareness and money for homeless charities.
With the help and support of many wonderful people, friends and colleagues, #SodThis is now a growing team. If you want to contact us please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AMAZING PEOPLE, CHARITIES and performers
StreetLink is a website that enables the public to alert local authorities in England and Wales about people sleeping rough in their area. This service offers the public a means to act when they see someone sleeping rough, and is the first step someone can take to ensure rough sleepers are connected to the local services and support available to them.
The Connection at St Martin in the Fields supports people away from the streets through specialist services including: a day & night centre, street outreach, help finding employment & specialist mental health & addiction support. www.connection-at-stmartins.org.uk/
Sara Pascoe, amazing comedian.
The Olivier Award-winning Showstoppers, improvising musicals are at
The Ruby Dolls are a critically acclaimed, collaborative cabaret ensemble, fusing theatre with close part harmony. And jokes. We like jokes!
Brilliant comedian Vanessa Hammick
Comedy Store Players' own, Andy Smart
Ariadne is an international organisation of women making social and political theatre to inspire change, run by Susannah Tresilian.
Theatre director and founder Susannah Tresilian's website is
Wonderful musician Josephine Oniyama
Hilarious comedian, Nina Gilligan
The brilliant US/UK comedian Kate McCabe
The Booth Centre is there to bring about positive change in the lives of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and help them plan for and realise a better future. They do this by providing advice to find accommodation, education, training and help to secure employment, free healthy meals, support in tackling issues with health and addiction, and creative activities to boost confidence and self esteem. http://www.boothcentre.org.uk/
Coffee 4 Craig, Craig White was a son, an uncle, a brother and a father. What started as a simple call out on facebook for all their friends to buy a coffee for someone who is homeless, saying it was from Craig, quickly became a meal in Cardiff in his honour, then a food and coffee service in their home city of Manchester has now grown into a foodbank, 4 street kitchens over Cardiff and Manchester and they currently support over 200 people each week. https://www.coffee4craig.com/
Demons of Ruby Mae, a fantastic soulful band