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Sing for the voice.

This ’sing’ is a free event for everyone to support the Voice to Parliament in song. Janet Swain from Song Dynasty Music will teach everyone a song to inspire hearts and minds. We can sing it loud and proud throughout the YES23 campaign.

Bring a drink and a snack for afterwards and for a chat in the garden. This event will be filmed as part of The Voice film clip so wear your Yes23 T-shirt.

This Sunday, August 20 from 10am until noon at the Brunswick Picture House.

brunswickpicturehouse.com/sing-for-the-voice-20-aug


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