Things are getting dusty at the Golden Civic Centre

Kicking Horse Culture will bring an extravaganza to the newly opened Golden Civic Centre when the Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret come to town.

The time is coming soon for a defining demonstration of delectable determination which will be gift wrapped in a spider of mischievous music which will make you move and keep you on the  Edge-of-Your-Seat with Anticipation.


In what is being promoted as a chance to “Start dusting off your dapper and darling, dolls and dudes – this will be the dance marathon of the century.  An environment entirely envisioned to whisk you away from the depression of the recession,”  the Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret will be holding a special one night showing at the Golden Civic Centre on January 12, 2012.

The Dusty Flowerpot is a collaborative project, now in its fourth year, staging impressive theatrical celebrations to sold out audiences in East Vancouver.

This group of over 35 multi-disciplinary artists comes together every year to weave dreams, old and new stories, and incredible local talent, and they are inches away from throwing the Russian Hall doors wide open for the Hard Times Hit Parade. For any additional information about this or any of the other Kicking Horse Culture LIVE Kicks series feel free to check out or drop by the Art Gallery of Golden.


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