Lights, camera, action! The stage is set for a day of fantastic entertainment, while you shop for a good cause at the Wesley Fair on Thursday 7th November.
A total of thirteen acts will keep the crowds entertained, with entertainment ranging from individual solo performances, a jazz band, dancing from our School for Seniors and the highlight event at 1 pm being a circus performance.
The 1900’s themed performance will feature showgirl clowns in fantastic costumes, a super-bendy contortionist and a gypsy fortune teller performing a mystical dance. The extraordinary performance that is set to amaze, is with thanks from the Circus Stars dance troupe Dance Central.
Fashion editor and journalist, Melissa Hoyer will host a conversation with designer Amy Taylor. Amy will have a stall at Wesley Fair selling her beautiful creations and will talk with Melissa about all things style and sustainability. This conversation will be held at Stockland Piccadilly Shopping Centre entrance at 1:15 pm and is an event not to be missed for all fashion enthusiasts.
All our performers have donated their time to support Wesley Mission’s in our quest to support people facing hardship, by raising much-needed funds for the total refurbishment of the Wesley Edward Eagar Centre.
Annabelle Kim who will perform a solo violin act comments, “The reason for playing at Wesley Fair is because I’ve always wanted to share my music to help people in need and wanted to spread the gospel with my violin.”
Pre-purchase your tickets for the Great Gatsby performance, for $7 before the 4th November and $10 after. Ticket price includes a bag of popcorn to enjoy during the show. The performance will commence at 1 pm in the Wesley Theatre.