“ What A Man’s Gotta Do” – A Men’s Shed Fundraiser – March 17th

Fremantle Men’s Community Shed is  proud to bring a fantastic fundraising event to Fremantle.

Andrew Horabin’s  One Man Show  “ What A Man’s Gotta Do” is about to tour nationally, visiting 50 towns and cities throughout Australia.

When “What A Man’s Gotta Do” first toured in 2006, it did so to rave reviews.

Andrew has generously offered  the Fremantle  Men’s Shed the opportunity to host the premier performance of this tour- ALL proceeds, including Andrews fee will go towards  our community support programs. A truly generous gesture.

The Shed would love to have your support through the purchase of tickets to the show.

Event details

When-   Saturday 17th March 7.30pm- Doors open 6.30pm.  Where- Hilton Park Bowling Club, Shepherd St Beaconsfield.

We have 200 seats available in a cabaret setting, so get a group of friends together and join in the frivolity.

We suggest you bring along some nibblies and the Hilton Park Bowling Club is fully licensed so no BYO.

 Bookings through the Men’s Shed 9336 3959

For a bit of background information about Andrew and the Show visit   http://www.whatamansgottado.com.au/andrew

 

As mentioned, the Shed is has a proud history of commitment to many community support programs and proceeds from this fundraiser will be supporting these initiatives.

Warnings-

–         The Show contains some coarse language and is not suitable for children- Adults only.

–         Medical risk of split sides from laughing too much.

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