Revolution They Wrote - Cabaret Launch

MainLine Theatre

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You are invited to the launch of the 3rd annual Revolution They Wrote : Short Works Feminist Theatre and Performance Festival. How better to vanquish the cold than to join us for this unforgettable evening of awesomeness. We know the world seems pretty dark right now, but come and join us for an evening of light and love as we launch the festival and officially announce the artists for the 2017 festival. Also the very next day you will be able to purchase tickets! Have a drink or five with us, have a sweet at our snack table and please help us to celebrate the radest feminist artists this city has to offer. The best part of it, it's a pay what you can cabaret so you can bring your friends, significant (or insignificant) other(s) and your mom!

Friday, February 24th

Doors at 6:00
CABARET starts at 8PM

Pay-What-You-Can

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Friday 24 February 2017 / 20:00

120 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 18+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 120 minutes

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