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Active 89FM's Breakfast In A Bubble

Get Down For The Good Times At Radio Active 89FM's Breakfast In A Bubble - Yah For The Fringe

Hey everyone Lovin' that Welly sunshine...

If you're up and at 'em and early with the birds this week, get down to the Paris Texas Shop Window for the one and only Fringe mad media outlet - Breakfast in a Bubble... with your upstanding Radio Active 89FM Breakfast Hosts and enthusiastic flower arrangers Peregrin Armstrong-Jones & Reginald Whoopsie-Smythe (and not forgetting that petal, Fiona the Weathergirl).

Get involved in the games or just come to watch the pandemonium.. giveaways galore for all keen beans

Hamper from Accent on Beauty (perceived worth of $500)
BioFarm t-shirts and recipe books
Tiddlypom games
Purple Onion Café Coffee for 2 vouchers
Cosmic Corner partypacks
Paris Texas gift voucher
Iko Iko tiki salad servers
Lush toiletry products
Rexona deodorants
& Whittakers peanut slabs for all!!!

Or come down with your Pulsate ActiveCard and receive a free stylish haircut from the team at Ghassan, down at the Paris Texas Shop Window every day at Breakfast in a Bubble from 9am...

Daily Events Monday Opening by the nearly real Elvis Presley!

Tuesday Hopscotch competition Nana comes in to read us all a wee story Live readings with John the Psychic from 9am Gig from Flight of the Conchords

Wednesday The Peanut Slab Eating Contest Solo gig from Julia Deans (Ms Fur Patrol)

Thursday Making of a Claymation movie by NCMT Gig by Cherry (seen at last year's Incredibly Strange Film Fest) Egg & Spoon Race

Friday Elastics competition (c'mon girls - remember Intermediate) Nana again in ready a story to all you good boys and girls live A nearly real brass band... the Onslow BlueNote Sextet

On top of all this is the random element of Fringe artists and buskers competing for their chance in the spotlight...

So get on down or just listen into the on-to-it Breakfast crew... Liam & Shannon aka Peregrin & Reginald Whittakers presents Breakfast in a Bubble Paris Texas Shop Window, Monday 26th - Friday 2nd March, 7-10pm A Radio Active 89FM Event

For more information, please don't hesitate to get in contact...

Robyn L. Walker... aka Rockgirl Programming & Promotions Radio Active 89FM this station rules the nation ph 04 801 9899 studio 04 801 9089 fax 801 9879 email

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