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Let’s Dance! An Amnesty International Fundraiser

Posted by Tacey Rychter

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April 28, 2012
9:00 pm

What do 5895m and Boy George have in common? Absolutely nothing. But for one night only, they unite for the noblest of causes. Sponsor a mad cat who’s willing to clamber all the way up Mt Kilimanjaro (the highest mountain in Africa) to raise money for Amnesty International. So while she is enduring the greatest physical feat of a lifetime, what do you have to do? Just lose yourself in a simpler time, one of synths, 808s, and leopard lycra. Entertainment includes Let’s Dance, 80s dance troupe The Real Hot Bitches, and local Congolese  band Kinshasa Express.

WHEN: Saturday 28 April, 9pm
WHERE: The Evelyn, 351 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
WEB: https://www.facebook.com/events/115504321910607/


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