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Molly Lynch, Evelyn Grant and Cork Pops Orchestra to Bring Cinderella to TEA DANCE, Jan 27

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Who will be Cinderella? A chance to go to the ball in style! Lord Mayor's Tea Dance City Hall, Cork, will be held on Sunday 27th January 2013, 3.00pm-6pm. Evelyn Grant and the Cork Pops Orchestra welcome Molly Lynch, soprano and Viva Dance Studio. Tickets €10 at Pro Musica Oliver Plunkett St., Cork.

This year we have an added surprise. There will be a 'Cinderalla' prize for one lucky ticket buyer. The lucky winner will receive a lift to the Ball, Phase 8 dress from Brown Thomas, with a hair do and make up thrown in!

The purchaser of a ticket from Pro Musica goes to the Cobbler (opposite the GPO) on Oliver Plunkett Street and puts there name and phone number in the Golden Slipper for a draw which will take place the week before the ball.

A January 'Gathering' of young and old, from communities all over Cork and beyond who love to dance, will take to the floor in City Hall, to the music of Evelyn Grant and the Cork Pops Orchestra. The Lord Mayor's Tea Dance is a not-for-profit initiative organised by a local committee of people from the public, private and voluntary sectors and in conjunction with the Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. John Buttimer. The committee is chaired by Dr. Andrew Crosbie.

Soprano Molly Lynch, who is currently playing Snow White in the Tivoli Cheerios Panto in Dublin, will join the Cork Pops Orchestra in a selection of popular songs.

Young people are invited to bring an older person or a group of older people to the 'Ball'.

Previous Tea Dances have proven to be great fun and the need for these events is greater now than ever before. These dances recognise the role of a previous generation and offer a wonderful opportunity to celebrate and acknowledge this contribution.

We are inviting 'The Young at Heart' of the nation to use the 'free travel' to come to Cork for the 'craic'. We hope by publicising this event nationwide that local groups in cities towns and villages throughout the country will repeat this initiative.


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