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Local solicitors, Stewart Balfour and Sutherland (SBS), are hosting a charity screening of cult Australian film Priscilla – Queen of the Desert this month to raise money to support koalas and other animals injured in the recent devastating bush fires down under.
SBS partner Campbell Read hopes the Wee Toon’s residents will be persuaded to part with some ‘dingo dollars’ and make a donation in exchange for a tickets to the screening at Campbeltown Picture House on 31 January at 7.30pm.
Audience members are being encouraged to adhere to a dress code of ‘Furry Ears and Fabulous’ with prizes being awarded to the most outrageously dressed.
Other fundraising activities on the night will include a raffle, a busking piper and some surprise celebrity guests – Crocodile Drumlemble perhaps?
The SBS team is keen to hear from any organisations or individual who would like to get involved in making this event the success it deserves to be.
For more information or to obtain a ticket, pop into the SBS legal offices at the Kinloch Hall or the company’s property shop on Longrow.