Project Arts Centre presents


Mangina Jones

Dates: 08 Jul - 22 Jul

Show Time: 8:00pm

Project Bar

By: Mangina Jones and Chyna Wine


If you threw a party

Invited everyone you knew

You would see the biggest gift would be from me

And the card attached would say:

I’m Mangina Jones, this party is really all about me…I’m fabulous!

Spend the night with Mangina and special guests exploring all things sextrology, feminine and fashion related.  A night of performance, advice, pints, w(h)ining and moaning with the Queen of Ireland (2011) and her golden girls and boys.

Doors: 8PM Show: 9PM, 08 & 22 Jul 2011~

Admission is free but donations to Mangina’s Fashion Fund more than welcome!

Places are limited and issued on a first come first served basis. 

Dress Code = FABULOUS!

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