Enjoy timeless classic Wizard of Oz
Follow the yellow brick road over the rainbow and into The Gilbert & Sullivan Society’s production of The Wizard of Oz in Bermuda showing Thursday, October 5th through Saturday, October 14th, with the exception of Monday, October 9th.
The show will start at 7pm each night, with matinees starting at 2pm on Saturday, October 7th, Sunday, October 8th, and Saturday, October 14th (Dorothy will be played by Zoe O’Connor at this performance).
Developed from the ever-popular MGM screenplay, this production, totally reconceived for the stage, contains all the much-loved songs from the Oscar winning movie score; all the favourite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way - promising to be a magical new version of a timeless classic!
The Opening Night is on Thursday, October 5th from 7pm until 9:45pm, and this will be a fancy dress evening so come dressed as your favourite Wizard of Oz character to win the competition!
Tickets are $55 and can be purchased at pTix.bm.
Boundless Bermuda, a MAMA project for Windreach, welcome you to learn more about their plans to build an all-inclusive play space for children, while helping them raise funds to make it happen aboard the Zara Sunset Cruise on Friday, October 6th.
The cruise departs at 6:30pm from the No.1 Dock on Front Street and will return at 9:30pm, aboard the luxury Zara Catamaran where you can enjoy cocktails and the sunset while learning more about their plans to give children of all abilities the opportunity to wonder, engage, explore, achieve and enjoy.
Following the success of their Wine Tasting and Silent Auction earlier this year, they have begun working with Creating Adventurous Places in the UK to design their dream inclusive play space. The playground has been designed in several phases including; a multilevel adventure tree house, party tower, swing & swirl zones, a sensory walk and shaded, tranquil seating areas – all inspired by the best of Bermuda! They are already in position to begin building phase one in Spring 2018 and are using this opportunity to raise additional funds to add more phases to the initial build.
Tickets are $250 per person, which includes drinks and hors d’oeuvres, and sign-up can be done online at http://conta.cc/2wV9jY4. All net proceeds will go to Boundless Playground.
The Bermudian Heartbeats: 12th Annual Dr. Kenneth E. Robinson/Cyril Outerbridge Packwood Memorial Lecture will be held on Friday, October 6th.
From 7pm until 9pm at BUEI, you are invited to join for an evening with Dr. Chika Okeke-Agulu, Associate Professor of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University, who will give a talk on masking in West Africa. The discussion will cover the connections that appear in the masquerade traditions throughout the diaspora including Haiti and the Bermuda Gombeys.
Tickets are free and available from www.bdatix.bm, or from the Department of Cultural & Community Affairs office, located on the 4th floor of the Lois Dame Browne-Evans Building.
For more information, contact Dr. Kim Dismont Robinson at 292-1681.
Promising a fun-filled night where lasting magical memories are made with their special princess guests, Tiaras and Bow Ties will welcome all girls and their fathers/guardians on Saturday, October 7th.
Bermuda’s biggest daddy-daughter dance is for young ladies aged between 4 and 12 years old and will be at the Berkeley Institute.
Doors open at 6pm and from 6.30pm until 9.30pm, you can enjoy entertainment, food, a Selfie Booth, make up, nails, and great music by DJ Crown X.
Tickets are $75 per person and will be available at the door, or $65 when purchased in advance before September 29th, from www.Bdatix.com or Kit-N-Caboodle.
For more information, contact 704-5636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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