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Pick "n" Grin Dance Fundraiser

Pick "n" Grin Dance Fundraiser


http://www.eyesoardance.com/Site/Fundraiser.html

If you missed the first night you don't want to miss the final night.

Come in out of the cold to the warmth of Pick n Grin, Friday night acoustic guitar and song sets featuring some of the best current talent from the Wellington acoustic scene.

When: 13 June 2008 Where: Thistle Hall, Cuba St, Wellington Doors open at 7 and performance starts at 8. $15

Last Friday was magical with warm lighting, candles, red wine and a cosy atmosphere. Bring your friends and family, tell everyone it's going to be a beautiful night you don't want to miss.

Musicians include: Ryan Prebble (of Fly My Pretties), Thomas Oliver, HollyBeals.

All present will be treated to a piece from the upcoming dance theatre work 'A Life Lived in Skin' as part of the night's entertainment. Choreographer and dancer: Annabel Reader

Go here to check the great lineup.

http://www.eyesoardance.com/Site/Fundraiser.html

Have a drink and piece of Fidels pizza at the bar, cash only.

Would love to see you there.

The proceeds from these two performances will go towards the development of a solo dance project 'A Life Lived in Skin' being performed

September 24-27 at Gryphon Theatre, Wellington

If you don't wish to receive information form EyeSoar Dance Theatre please reply with No thanks in the subject line.


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