Three innovative female artists share the billing within this unique space for creative arts – Centrala, Digbeth Birmingham.

Doors 7pm

Layla Tutt 7:30 – 8:00

Oystercatcher 8:20 – 8:50

Danielle Cawdell 9:20 – 10:00

Drinks and chat til curfew.


Oystercatcher is a music collective based in Manchester. At its core are vocals and bass duo Caitlin Laing and Tom Chapman, but their philosophy is to make each live per-formance unique by constantly varying line-ups and ar-rangements. They use their freedom as arrangers to explore different soundworlds in the studio, braving unorthodox tech-niques to create recordings that have a separate identity to their live performances.


Layla Tutt is a batik specialist, skilful songstress and community spirit, making magical shows wherever she goes! She has worked her hands in wax and dye for over a decade and takes inspiration from flowers and plants; wild and cultivated; poisonous and medicinal. Layla is heavily influenced by the Arts & crafts Movement, Art Nouveau and 1960’s Psychedelia. She is an Associate of The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists and a member of The Batik Guild of Great Britain.