#SHe is the latest cabaret production by Promise Adelaide and is a celebration of women through song and dance, featuring a range of songs from different genres and eras. The event is raising funds for White Ribbon, working to end men's violence against women and girls. Each Promise show introduces new cast members as well as some that have greater experience who act as mentors and provide inspiration.
They specialise in 'Glee' style song and dance numbers, to showcase these triple threats, as well as providing each cast member with the opportunity to sing solo. If their past shows are anything to go by, this will be a thoroughly entertaining evening and lucrative for the chosen charity. Cancer Council, Heart Foundation and BeyondBlue have been the fortunate beneficiaries of nearly $10,000 raised by Ben and his young casts since its inception 2 years ago.
#SHe will also feature guest speaker, 2016 Young South Australian of The Year, Arman Abrahimzadeh. Arman was raised in Iran and migrated to Australia with his immediate family in 1997, at the age of 10. In March 2010, Arman's mother Zahra was murdered by his abusive father at the Adelaide Convention Centre in front of 300 people. In 2013, after the criminal trial and sentencing, Arman became a White Ribbon Ambassador, and now passionately advocates for better policies, procedures and legislation to protect women and their children.
Saturday 3rd December @ 7:30pm
Sunday 4th December @ 2pm
Venue: Fisher Chapel, Scotch College, Carruth Road, Torrens Park, 5062. Venue opens 30 mins prior BYO Food Platters and Drinks.