Tatts all folks

Marc Stapelberg visited Creative Tattoo Art in South Lismore to add to his collection of tribal tattoos, with help from tattooist Bob Wilson, in the lead up to the 10th annual Charity Tattoo Show this Saturday at the Italo Club.

Did you know that a tattoo can help feed someone down on their luck?

Over the past decade, the annual Lismore Charity Tattoo Show has raised more than $30,000 for the Lismore Soup Kitchen, helping feed hundreds of people.

The 10th Charity Tattoo Show is on this Saturday, April 1, at the Italo Club in North Lismore. Organised by Nola and Peter Davidson from Creative Tattoo Art and Body Piercing, its once more a major fundraiser for the Soupie.

Every dollar that we make represents a meal for someone. We are hoping to make out 10th show the best one ever, Nola said.

There are 25 tattoo and two body piercing categories up for judging, as well as live music, raffles, auctions and giveaways. Its a family friendly day and kids are welcome.

The show starts at 1pm, with show registrations between 1pm and 2.45pm. The competition starts at 3pm. Tickets are $10 at the door.


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