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El Jaguar and friends Earthquake Relief Extravaganza

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23 February 2011

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El Jaguar and friends heart Shakeytown – an Earthquake Relief Extravaganza
Fringe Bar, Cnr Cuba and Vivian Sts
Friday 25 February 2011
9:30pm

Hands up if you feel useless? Hands up if you wish there was something you could do? Hands up if you’re feeling so grateful right now for all your friends, but aching for those who have lost loved ones?

To try and capture and deal to these feelings, ‘El Jaguar and friends heart Shakeytown’ is an extra-special edition of the popular variety show happening this Friday night, 9:30pm at the Fringe Bar.

Ex-husband and wife duo, El Jaguar and Es Sposa X will put aside their differences for a night and together host a variety of Wellington’s best-loved performers, bringing smiles, tears, amazement and laughter.

All proceeds to be donated to Earthquake Relief.

Line up to be confirmed. Keep up to date with our Facebook event:
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=201704133188391

Show details:
Friday 25 February, 2011, 9:30pm
Fringe Bar
Tickets are $20 from Eventfinder or on the door if available
http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2011/feb/wellington/el-jaguar-and-friends-heart-shakeytown


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