Foundation’s Bollywood ball

2017-10-10 06:00
Photo: suppliedJes Foord, Deon Kemp and Analakshmi get into the Bollywood theme for the Jes Foord Foundation's annual ball.

Photo: suppliedJes Foord, Deon Kemp and Analakshmi get into the Bollywood theme for the Jes Foord Foundation's annual ball.

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THIS year’s annual Jes Foord Foundation's ball is at Butler's Restaurant in Hillcrest on October 19.

"We have chosen a Bollywood theme this year and are very excited that it will be held at a local restaurant in Hillcrest, Butler's.

“Dean Kemp has set the perfect menu for us to ensure we have a great evening of good food.

“Diemersfontein have donated wine to be paired with the meals and as always we have some over the top entertainment.

“Local comedian Analakshmi will be performing - her parodies are witty, funny and hit home. To keep with the theme of the evening we even have Bollywood dancers. “And to top it off we have once again David Yapp as our MC and Kevin Cotton as our DJ. We are set to have lots of fun.

All funds raised at this fund raiser will go directly into our awareness programmes and free trauma counselling for 2018,” said Foord.

Tickets are still available at R550 per person or R5 000 for a table of 10, email admin@jff.org.za or call Trish on 082 453 7913 to book or more information.

- Supplied.

Local
comedian
Analakshmi will be
performing - her parodies are witty,
funny and
hit home.
To keep
with the theme of the evening we even have Bollywood dancers.

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