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Keith Preene’s Golden Goose Bingo


13 December 2012: For immediate release

SCIRT WORLD BUSKERS FESTIVAL presents:

Keith Preene’s GOLDEN GOOSE BINGO
Friday 18 – Saturday 26 January



The Golden Goose comedy bingo show makes its debut at the festival especially for our 20th birthday! Hosted and called by New Zealand icon and bingo aficionado Keith 'The Numbers' Preene. A hilarious walk through kiwiana’s back-catalogue and an action-packed game of bingo in which one lucky winner every night of the festival will be taking home a platinum meat pack.

Keith has also drummed up a closing ceremony of epic proportions in homage to his chosen brew – Rheineck. Previously the resident bingo show of Lyttelton’s famous Loons Theatre space, we guarantee the Pallet Pavilion will be full to the hilt. Bingo card supplied on entry as well as spot prizes throughout the night.

Don’t miss it! Lets play… Bingo!


For further information please contact: Jodi Wright – 021 679 542

LISTINGS INFORMATION:

Address: Summer Pallet Pavilion
Dates: Friday 18 – Saturday 26 January 2013
Show Info: R16
Times: 8pm
Entry: Pre-release: exchange a donation for a seat until January 15 on- line from Dash Tickets (www.dashtickets.co.nz). Transaction fee applies. From Thursday 17 January exchange your donation for a seat from our festival box office booth on site at Busker Park.

Box Office: 03 377 2365
Website: www.worldbuskersfestival.com

ENDS

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