Zombie Nights And Dark Delights

Written By: The Lowdown - Sep• 30•12

What’s that going bump in the night? Is it the Munsters? Is it the Mummy?


No! Although hopefully they will come along!


It’s the HALLOWEEN BALL!! And yes it’s back at the Hotel InterContinental on Saturday 27 October. Plus it’s going to be lots of fun.


The main point of it all is to put Christmas on the table for a number of Lusaka based Children’s Charities – Kasisi Orphanage, Tache Children’s Home, My Father’s House, Tico Community School, Old MacDonald’s Children’s Home and the UTH Children’s Burns Unit. In different ways, these organisations all try to bring a little bit of love and care into the lives of such kids, over seven hundred in all.


This year, the organisers are bringing out two extremely versatile and talented musician/vocalists who perform with the phenomenally successful ‘The Worx Band’ from South Africa. Their repertoire encompasses practically every style of popular music including Jazz, Pop, Dance and R & B, so there should be something for everyone. The guys have performed for the Walt Disney Group, major hotels around the world, the Nelson Mandela Children’s fund, British Airways and even Pope John Paul!


In addition they have also engaged the fantastic Impact Band, one of Zambian’s leading bands, who have been a major feature of past fundraisers. Anyone who has seen these lads in action will know that they are a significant attraction in their own right and not just “back-up artists”.


Tickets for the Gala night are K300,000, per person which includes a sumptuous dinner, corkage on wine, great give-away door and table prizes. There will also be an exciting tombola and an auction to maximise funds for the kids.


The last Halloween Ball was a complete sell-out, so be sure to get your tickets early. And remember to book your table at the same time:


Tickets are available from: –

Margaret Andrews, Tel 0966 754-292

Christine MacDonald, Tel 0977 874-718

Alison Pearson, Tel 0979 875-097

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