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Movember Gala Partes Announces Events

November 20, 2009

It’s time to celebrate the mo and the month of Movember bringing a new level of awareness to prostate cancer and men’s depression at the spectacular annual Gala Partes.


Mo Bros (dressed to suit their Mo) and Mo Sistas (dressed to suit their Mo Bro) come together for one night to show off their moustache growing efforts and compete for a number of title accolades – including Best Mo in Character, Miss Movember and, of course, Man of Movember 2009.


The famous galas will be held in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland. The first 100 people to the Auckland event get a free CC and dry so don’t miss out! For more information and to buy tickets visit http://nz.movember.com/events/gala-partes/


Christchurch Gala: Thursday 26 November, 6pm, Iconic Bar, 200 Manchester St, Christchurch


Wellington Gala: Friday 27 November, 6pm, Four Kings Bar, 7-11 Dixon St, Wellington


Auckland Gala: Saturday 28 November, 6pm, Northern Steamship Co, 122 Quay St, Auckland


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