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Celebrate A Night of Good Will

Media Release                                                                               November 16, 2010

 

 

Celebrate A Night of Good Will

The bells will be ringing at St Mathews-in-the-City on December 4 when Kiwi crossover tenor Will Martin performs Christmas carols along with songs from his new album Inspirations.

This special event is being staged by the women’s cancer charity Look Good Feel Better and is billed as A Night of Good Will.

Will, who is back from the UK for the summer to promote his new album, will perform along with award winning guest choirs. His second album Inspirations features well loved songs from international artists such as Billy Joel, Sting and Van Morrison, with a classical twist.

Will Martin is the youngest man in history ever to top the UK Classical Charts.

“It is a celebration of voice intended to lift the spirits of all those who will attend, just as the Look Good Feel Better programme lifts the spirits of women with cancer,” says Yvonne Brownlie, General Manager of Look Good Feel Better.


Tickets can be purchased at www.eventfinder.co.nz. Premium tickets $89 includes a signed copy of Will Martin’s new album. Standard tickets adults $69, children (under 14) $29. All proceeds go to Look Good Feel Better.

Look Good Feel Better is a nationwide charity that helps thousands of women every year, around the country. At the free workshops, they receive a one-on-one pampering session along with skin, beauty, hair care advice and a gift bag of cosmetics and toiletries to take home. It lifts the spirits and boosts the confidence of women who are facing the challenge of a lifetime.

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