April’s Oshaberikai coincides with a charity Rakugo performance at ANU, so we thought we would combine the two!
After the performance we are going to grab a drink and some food at the Wig & Pen at Llewellyn Hall from 8:30pm.
Rakugo is a traditional Japanese vaudeville comedy performance where a lone storyteller sits in front of an audience for the duration with only a fan, a tenugui (hand towel) and their voice and accents to expound a long and very humorous story.
Katsura Sunshine is a Canadian national who has made a personal contribution to helping the survivors of the tsunami by performing his unique brand of ‘sit down’ comedy around the world. He will be giving short performances at a number of Canberra schools and then a charity performance on Wednesday 1st April at the Theatre 1, Manning Clark Centre, ANU, from 7.00 to 8.30 p.m. Entry is by a small donation and all proceeds will go to the AJS (ACT) Tohoku Youth Program.
|Where||Theatre 1, Manning Clark Centre, ANU and after at the Wig & Pen pub, Llewellyn Hall, William Herbert Pl, ANU|
|Date||Wednesday, 1 April, 2015|
|Time||7:00pm for the performance, 8:30pm for the Wig & Pen|
|Why||Charity Rakugo performance and catchup for Oshaberikai|
|RSVP||Not required, but always appreciated 😀 – email@example.com|
|Cost||Entry to the Rakugo performance by donation for the Tohoku Youth Program|
Hope to see you there!