Article Title:Out in the Square
Author or Credit:Out Wellington Inc.
Published on:27th February 2008 - 02:52 pm
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Story ID:5639
Text:Rob Arnold ori power femme Parekotuku Moore and iconic Lady Trenyce take to the stage as MCs for the day. Confirmed performers include the reigning Miss Drag Wellington Ellie Kat; vocal powerhouse Sheba Williams; Rob Arnold – "Gay Boy" in the chart-topping group Boyband; Sue Dunlop; takataapui kapa haka group Tiwhananwhana; Hinemoana Baker and many more. Also making a special appearance is NZ Idol winner Rosita Vai, who will be made-over into a high-camp disco diva by Wellington drag troupe The Glamazons. The event can only be fabulous if the weather stays fine, so fingers crossed, and if it looks bleak in the morning, check the event's official website (linked below) for a cancellation announcement. If you don't see one, it's all on! And don't forget the official Out in the Square after-party: at 9pm, Subnine on Edward Street will host Idolised, hosted by Steven Oates and with performances by Rosita Vai and The Glamazons in their brand new AV spectacular! Tickets can be purchased at Out in the Square or at Cosmic Corner for $10 or on the door for $15. Out Wellington Inc. - 27th February 2008    
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