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#NaShapku
25 April Thursday
18:00 Beginning
Free Ticket price

Project #NaShapku is back with great pleasure as a guest at PEPPER’S CLUB!

For the first time in the charity project, there will be a musical-poetic stand-up – Permyakov VirShow and surprise guests.

A dynamic musical-poetic stand-up by the writer and artist, vershowman Andriy Permyakov.
An incredible combination of stage embodiment of poetry and stand-up, virtuoso musical performance, and fantastic singing. Hits by Aerosmith, AC/DC, The Beatles, Uriah Heap, Deep Purple, ZZ TOP in Ukrainian.

About the author and participants:
Andriy Permyakov – writer, artist, author on stage, vershowman, vershteller.
He created his original product PERMYAKOV VIRSHOW. These are his own musical-poetic stand-up performances: “RizdWAR”, “Vershoteling”, “Tenderness Will Win”, “Love, Rock’n’roll, and V”, and “Iron Evacuation” in the format of documentary theater.

He has toured extensively in Ukraine, as well as in Poland, Switzerland, UAE, Kazakhstan, and in 2023 – Argentina, Austria, Spain, and Poland.

In 2023, a book of poems and stories in Spanish titled “Ucrania. Los tiernos vencerán” (“Ukraine. Tenderness Will Win”) was released in Latin America, presented at the international book fair in Buenos Aires, as well as in Valencia and Barcelona.

Liubov Bulichova – singer, volunteer, Paris Fashion Week model.
Serhiy Kurditsky – bandoneon player, accordionist. Soloist of the tango band FueGo orchestra. (It seems that no one else in the world has performed Hells Bells on the bandoneon)
Serhiy Parkhomenko – electric guitar. Session guitarist.
Bohdan Kravchuk – renowned Ukrainian saxophonist. Jazz virtuoso. As a soloist, he participated in projects of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, the National Wind Orchestra of Ukraine. Currently teaching at the Glière Music College and playing in the big band of the National Circus of Ukraine.

#NaShapku – A series of charity concerts by talented musicians and artists.
The tradition was initiated at the Volunteer Center “Frolivska 9/11”. It aimed to support internally displaced persons fleeing from the war in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine and to support volunteer battalions. Later, the volunteers of Frolivska founded the SVI Fund, which continued to care for internally displaced persons with complex diagnoses, palliative patients, and systematically assist medical institutions. During the COVID-19 epidemic, the SVI Fund provided Ukrainians with oxygen concentrators for free. Now we face new challenges: helping the wounded, providing medical assistance to internally displaced persons and palliative patients. The team of the Charity Fund “SVI” helps purchase bone implants for the wounded, assists hospitals with medications and equipment, and continues to support palliative patients across Ukraine.

You can donate to #NaShapku virtually right now on the SVI Fund website: https://svoyi.org.ua/nashapku/
Learn more about the project:
FB: https://www.facebook.com/NaShapku
Telegram: https://t.me/nashapku

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