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Are you planning on seeing Absolutely Fabulous?! Then why not do it for a great cause -the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia! 

Are you planning on seeing Absolutely Fabulous?! Then why not do it for a great cause - the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia! 

Join us at 6.30pm on Friday August 26 for a ladies night out! Women are such great supporters of PCFA and of their loved ones suffering from prostate cancer, and we have never done anything to show how much we value them!

This event is strictly LADIES ONLY! So grab your girlfriends, mothers, sisters or daughters and join us to help celebrate women and raise funds for the men they support. 

Tickets are just $30 and include a glass of bubbles on arrival. The movie starts at 7pm, but we ask that you arrive at 6.30pm to mingle and enjoy your drink before the film.
We will be having an Absolutely Fabulous scarf contest - so make sure you wear your most outrageous scarf (or feather boa!). We will also be running a raffle on night with tickets on sale for $5 (cash only). There will also be food available for cash purchase on the night.
Tickets on sale NOW through EventBrite:

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