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Posted Tuesday, May 1, 2007
A marriage made in heaven? A kollide of kultures?
You be the judge when, fresh from Tasmanistan, the Kazakhstan Kowgerls team up with their heroes the Spooky Men's Chorale for their Hit the Rode Yak tour of the Blue Mountains. Friday night in Warrimoo is sold out (they don't get a lot of kulture round there), but tickets are still available for Saturday 16th June in Blackheath. Come and send the Spookies off to England again in grand style!
And if you have children, you might want to keep them well clear of the Spooky Singing for Kids workshop on the Saturday afternoon.
7.30pm, Blackheath Community Centre
Cnr Gardiner Street and Great Western Highway)
Tickets: $18/$15 conc/$10 (kids under 15)
Doors open: 7pm (for a 7.30pm start)
Bar and food available
Bookings at Stairway to Kevin, 183A Leura Mall or call Suzy on (02) 4758 9115
Spooky Singing for Kids Workshop
When Kultures Collide
3pm, Blackheath Community Centre
Tickets: $8 (Parents free)
Dress: Spooky (hats, facial hair and black clothes)