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Phantom Sneak Peak!

Phantom Sneak Peak!

Exclusive Phantom of the Opera preview for the Make-A-Wish Foundation this Friday, 17 May 2013, 6.30pm – 8pm.

Make-A-Wish grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

The actors who play the Phantom, Christine and Raoul will perform some songs from The Phantom of the Opera in Queen Margaret College Hall for one night only. The night will include Year 12 student, Ella Monnery, performing a duet with Phantom’s Raoul (James Adams) and some numbers from the College choirs.

All proceeds go to Make-A-Wish.

Tickets: Adults $20 and Students $10
Purchased from www.qmc.school.nz/phantom or ph 04 473 7160 or from Word of Mouth Catering on Molesworth St.

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