Line-up /Sveta, Steve Sonius, Kate Monroe, DJ Josh and Doctor Jane. Live performances by Craig (not just the Wedding Singer) Rodgers and Hester Hanna, Gangsta Boi..
Kirketon Road Centre
The Kirketon Road Centre (more about who & what we are at the end of this blurb) is holding a Fundraiser on Friday, 13 February 2004, to raise money for a 2-day service planning workshop. We will be hosting a wild & wacky night of Karnival & Kaos, Magic, Mayhem & Music with the support of DJ Josh (from Adelaide), Kate Monroe, Sveta, Steve Sonius & Doctor Jane and some amazing live performers.
There will be Tarot Readings and Angel Readings, Raffles, Door Prizes and Auction with Fabulous prizes including Hotel Accommodation packages, Dinners for Two, Original Artworks, Tickets to Music Events, Theatre and Mardi Gras Festival Events and much more. So come early on the night for a chance to win or bid for brilliant bargains. The fundraising events will be on between 8-11pm - with some raffle tix available all night and dance music from around 11.30 journeying through deep soulful, funky house, some classics, breaks n electro.
Performances on the evening include cabaret numbers from Craig (not just the wedding singer) and Hester Hanna and a dance performance by Gangsta Boi (aka Kim Wilson).
There will be many more surprises and special guests. This is an inclusive night so bring any and all of your friends along!
Thank you to all the DJ's and performers for offering their time and expertise to help make this an amazing event - we have a fantastic line-up and are going to have a great night!!!
Come along to an excellent night of fun, frivolity and dance in the lush and decadent surrounds of Candy's Apartment in Kings Cross.
The Kirketon Road Centre (KRC) is a primary health care facility of Sydney Hospital located in Kings Cross, which was established in 1987. KRC is involved in the prevention, treatment and care of HIV/AIDS and other transmissible infections among 'at-risk youth', sex workers and injecting drug users. A team of doctors, nurses and counsellors work together to address the complex needs of these marginalised populations in a comprehensive, wholistic way.
As a multi-disciplinary team working in this very challenging and ever-changing area of Public Health, it is essential that we take some time to review our range of services and plan for the future. This is only possible through financial support from individuals and the private sector. A big Thank You to ASP Plastics and Bayer Pharmaceuticals.. And a Special Thank You to the management of Candy's Apartment for providing us with a fabulous venue at no cost!