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Korean Entertainers In Christchurch School

A group of Korean musicians and dancers from Songpa-Gu, a sister city of Christchurch, will perform at Riccarton High School tomorrow, Thursday 2 March, at 9.30am.

The entertainers are in Christchurch to take part in the Korea Day 2000 celebrations. The 38 musicians and dancers will give several performances while in Christchurch.

The highlight of the celebrations will be a parade from Cranmer Square to Cathedral Square on March 4 from noon.

It will leave Cranmer Square, proceed to the Arts Centre, along Worcester Boulevard to Cathedral Square.

A free performance by the Korean entertainers will be given in the Square. That night the entertainers will give a stage show at the Korea Day concert at the James Hay Theatre at 7.30pm.

A free cultural performance will be held at the Arts Centre's south quad on 5 March at 1.30pm.

ENDS


Further information: Sue McFarlane, International Relations Co-ordinator: 371 1959. Sam Fisher Corporate Communication Co-ordinator Christchurch City Council 03 371-1762 025 229 3552


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