Celebrate the Century through the dance ages

 

 

Don’t miss this chance to attend and celebrate Waiuku War Memorial Hall's 100 year birthday.
In an aim to celebrate her past and her future, the Waiuku Theatre Group have worked tirelessly on a performance that is dedicated to the hall's 100 year anniversary.
Celebrate the Century is a caberet show, which is set to be filled with song and dance through the ages. From the roaring dance hall's of the early 20's, to the high energy of rock 'n'roll, there is certain to be a performance from every era that the audience will enjoy.  
Held at the Waiuku Backstage Theatre, performances begin on Friday 12 May, and continue through to Saturday 27 May. Tickets are available, however, it has been recommended to purchase in advanced to make sure you do not miss out on this excellent performance. Email waiukutheatre@gmail.com or contact  Glenda on 021 162 8110.
 
More information can be found on www.waiukutheatre.org.
CAPTION: The Charleston dances are just a few of the musical foray's that are to be expected in Celebrate the Century

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