SA performers team up for charity event

2018-03-21 06:00
Johannesburg-based duo, Angela Schutte and Alb Bashir, will perform at the ‘Turkish Gala Show’ in May. Bashir originally comes from the Middle East.                   Photo:SUPPLIED

Johannesburg-based duo, Angela Schutte and Alb Bashir, will perform at the ‘Turkish Gala Show’ in May. Bashir originally comes from the Middle East. Photo:SUPPLIED

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RAKSHADA Bellydancers, a professional belly dancing studio in Port Elizabeth, will be hosting their next big fundraising event in aid of a charity at the Londt Park Sports Club Hall on May 12.

Rakshada Bellydancers hosts events every year in aid of different charities.

This time they are teaming up with the Muslim Women’s Network to host the Turkish Gala Show in aid of the Gift A Bag charity, which is dedicated to looking after underprivileged women who cannot afford to take care of their basic needs.

Those who will be attending the show are asked to bring along an old handbag with basic items, such as soap, toothpaste or deodorant inside.

A total of 40 artists from across South Africa will be performing in the show.

Port Elizabeth’s own Elston Benjamin will be the master of ceremonies, entertainer and DJ at the event and other performers include Rakshada Bellydancers, Desert Divas from East London, Diamonds of Kahire from Pretoria, Aphrodite from Cape Town and many more.

The Turkish Gala Show will take place at the Londt Park Sports Club Hall on May 12 at 18:00. Tickets are R130 and include refreshments.

For more info contact 072 801 0474.

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