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Showbriety – Benefit Concert

 

COMPETITION IS CLOSED

Dance Direction International is hosting a benefit concert called SHOWBRIETY.

The evening will pay tribute to 3 people who tragically lost their lives in March this year because of the actions of a drunk driver. The show also aims to bring awareness to the effects of driving while under the influence of alcohol.

Carmen Hunter (a dancer at Dance Direction International) and Gillian Bell and her son, Connor, died after being involved in a horrific accident.

This alcohol free, charity evening brings you the likes of Lisa Bobbert, Lauren Laing, Marion Louden and many more established and up and coming performers in Durban, all giving their time and talent for charity. Of course, the DDI dancers will also be entertaining the crowd with their beautiful dance routines. With mini auctions, raffles, entertainment and delicious desserts being provided, make sure you don’t miss out.

The beneficiaries of the concert are SADD (South African Against Drunk Driving) and the CONNOR SPORTS TRUST.

Venue: Glenwood Boys High

Time: 18h00 for 18h30

Dress: Smart/ Casual

Bring your own picnic baskets along for the evening, but please note that no alcohol will be allowed into the venue, or onto the premises.

Soft drinks and non-alcoholic cocktails will be available to buy.

The tables will each have 8 chairs and the price is R120 per person. Tickets can be bought through Computicket from the 18th of June.

Prizes have been sponsored by BMW, Andrew Swanepoel and Isabel Walsh. Decor has been sponsored by PMG Events and lights and sound has been sponsored by Black Coffee.

If you would like to win 2 tickets to the show, all you have to do is comment on this post. You name will be entered into a draw and the winner will be notified via email. The competition closes on the 21st of June.

You can contact the following people if you need more information:
Des van der spuy – 0825631995
Leigh Meyer- 0828929666

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