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After Six Before Eight opens this Friday


After Six Before Eight, a celebration of New Zealand cocktail dress, opens
to the public this Friday.

Public Programme:

Sunday 12th October, 11am – Special Exhibition Hall 1
Exhibition tour with designer, Rosemarie Muller.

Sunday 19 October, 11am - Special Exhibition Hall 1
Exhibition tour with El-Jay designer, Gus Fisher.

Sunday 26 October, 12noon
Exhibition tour with designer, Vinka Lucas.

Sunday 26 October, 1pm - 3pm - Foyer
Caitlin Smith, Philippa Ewen and Vanessa McGowan perform sophisticated soulful jazz in the best tradition of the cocktail party.

Sunday 2 November, 11.30am - 1.30pm - Foyer
French Toast perform jazz classics. Lyn Lorkin, the Edith Piaf or the Pacific, presents French chansons and other continental favourites, accompanied by her accordion player, Hershal.

Sunday 9 November, 11am - Special Exhibition Hall 1
Exhibition tour with curator, Lucy Hammonds.


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