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Antonie-Gaborieau Hall @ the Franco-Manitoban Cultural Centre in St. Boniface April 21 TICKETS: $10 (advance sales only) Available online at http://www.diyobo.com/events/hallucinate-a-dark-fairytale-winnipeg-mb-canada & at HUNGOVER EMPIRE - 173 Osborne St. 18+ EVENT (photo ID is required at the door) Enter the asylum as your favourite character of fantasy or fairyland, such as those appearing in stories by Brother's Grimm, Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland), Tim Burton (Nightmare Before Christmas), Neil Gaiman (Mirror Mask), Jim Henson (Dark Crystal & Labyrinth), William Hjortsberg (Legend), or Guillermo de Taro (Pan's Labyrinth). See below for costume ideas. SOUNDTRACK: electro/industrial/gothic punk DJ countZERO[interrupt] DJ Evil Bastard DJ Oxide Out of this world visuals and sets, as well as 'special' treatment from ESC's best doctors of madness. For costume ideas go to: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.354330667923462&type=1 ~ Cast your coins (i.e., dollars) into the ‘Wishing Well’ for chances to win thousands of dollars in fantastic prizes and treasures (i.e., silent auction) ~ Captures the essence of your dark fairy of dreams at the ‘Through the Looking Glass’ Photo-Booth. Photos by TBA. Props and backdrops available. ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARDS THE HOSTING ESC EVENTS & SPONSORING BANDS, DJS, AND OTHER ARTISTS IN WINNIPEG, MB. http://www.facebook.com/events/257809234295593/

Where:
Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain
340 boulevard Provencher
233-8972
http://www.ccfm.mb.ca/
When:
Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Galleries
Neighbourhood:
Winnipeg
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