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Fundraising launch for theatrecomrades.co.nz

THEATRECOMRADES
www.theatrecomrades.co.nz
theatrecomrades@gmail.com

Fundraising launch for theatrecomrades.co.nz

Sunday August 27th
7pm till 10pm
Tickets $10
Bookings: Ph. 04 802 4175
Email: book@bats.co.nz


This is the inaugural launch of theatrecomrades.co.nz, a non-profit database website for theatre collaborators in Wellington. Our aim is to establish an ongoing network that supports, initiates and promotes theatre work in the Wellington performing arts community. Theatre makers will be able to register on the site, post-upcoming projects and access profiles for potential collaborations with directors, designers, actors, technicians and other artists.

The launch of theatrecomrades.co.nz is a fundraiser to assist in the hosting of the website. It is an opportunity to view and navigate the website, register profiles and initiate possible collaborative relationships for the future. We are planning an industry evening of camaraderie and fun, fuelled by a mutual passion for making theatre.


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