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Cabaret show fundraiser for marriage equality

CELEBRATING LOVE: Dee Dee Chenille,who has organised Lovemore Cabaret.
CELEBRATING LOVE: Dee Dee Chenille,who has organised Lovemore Cabaret. Marc Stapelberg

LOVEMORE Cabaret is a fundraiser, with all monies raised going towards the creation of a video with an urgent call-to-action to get postal ballots in before the November 7 deadline. And to vote "Yes”.

With a liquorice all-sort of performance talent, Lovemore Cabaret is a chance to frock up, have fun, and be part of a joyous community activation in support of marriage equality.

Organiser Dee Dee Chenille says art, creativity and humour are often the best ways to "go deep” and really touch people's hearts.

"As a New Zealand citizen who's unable to vote, I'm taking positive action by organising an event in celebration of love, which is what marriage equality is all about,” she said.

Lovemore Cabaret's MC will be Mae Wilde, who'll be bringing a sexy side-dish to assist with a marriage medley, the artistic partnership behind Killer Fridays - Essie Thomas and Alikeen Killer - sharing a story of long distance love expressed through music and dance, and Spiral Orbit, described as "an angel of liberty and gender fluidity”.

Other performers on the night include Arte Gitana Flamenco, Jex Lopez and the Gravediggers, Foxy Brown-Eye, Vinegar Tom and Dragan Zan Wright.

Topics:  dee dee chenille lismore lovemore cabaret marriage equality northern rivers entertainment whatson


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