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Young stars to hit stage for farmers

Thursday, 13th September, 2018

Abbie Kelly (left), Kalyce Pressler and April Hicks are among the performers taking the stage to raise money for farmers suffering from the drought. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson Abbie Kelly (left), Kalyce Pressler and April Hicks are among the performers taking the stage to raise money for farmers suffering from the drought. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson

Marilyn Harris and the Expression Glee Ensemble are to present a ‘Concert for Drought Relief’ at Theatre 44.

Joining them in the concert, to be held on Sunday, September 23, is the Silver City Dance Academy which will contribute performances by several troupes of dancers. 

The program will feature a number of ensemble songs that Expression has enjoyed singing over the past year or two. 

Moxie members will join in with some group songs from ‘Shrek’, and Jaymie Murphy will also feature in the show. 

Expression Glee Ensemble has been working hard with Marilyn and Sanny Dougherty to perfect the songs and stage movements, and the Broken Hill Repertory Society has generously agreed to provide the venue at no cost. 

Marilyn has chosen ADRA to distribute the proceeds. This is a church organisation that puts 100 per cent of donations into its relief work. 

ADRA is also planning Depression Recovery programs for farmers along with other relief activities. 

The concert will begin at 2pm, with tickets just $10 and available at the door. 

The canteen will be open with delicious cakes, tea, coffee and more. All proceeds will go to the drought relief fund except for the canteen takings. 

 

WHAT: Drought Relief Concert

WHEN: Sunday
September 23, 2pm

WHERE: Theatre 44

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