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Members of the Friends of the Circus group are holding a fundraiser this Saturday. (pic supplied)
Members of the Friends of the Circus group are holding a fundraiser this Saturday. (pic supplied)

The not-for-profit Friends of the Circus group in Byron Bay is holding a fundraising evening to raise money for equipment and training.

The parents who run the group are organising a ‘Curryoke’ evening at Circus Arts, in the Arts and Industry Park at Byron Bay for Saturday, 28 May, from 6pm.

The night includes delicious curry, a silent auction, entertainment from the Bollywood Sisters, the Circus Arts Performance Troupe and Circus Arts Ensemble, plus karaoke for all.

Tickets are $25 which includes dinner, $15 without dinner, tables of 8 get a 10 per cent discount.  Call 66856566 for more details or bookings or visit www.circusarts.com.au

 


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