Barnyard Fundraiser for Ark Animal Centre

ark animal centre puppy rescue shelter rivonia barnyard fundraising evening january 2013 book tickets event poster to print

>> Calling All 80’s Music Fans! <<

Ark Animal Centre Fundraiser Evening!

Date: Friday 25 January 2013
Time: 8pm Rivonia Barnyard (Doors open 6:30pm)
Price: R150 per person

Banking Details: (payment of tickets)
Ark Animal Centre
FNB Cheque Account
Acc No: 62335841301
Branch: Broadacres
Branch Code: 204809

To book email:


Why not buy your friends & families tickets to the incredible Icons of the 80’s show and at the same time be giving to those in need over the festive season. 🙂

Tickets will make great Christmas gifts & Ark will send you a personalized Christmas Card to accompany the ticket/s.

About the show:

Get ready to experience the explosive music scene from the decade that produced the most significant, daring and controversial icons of our time – the Icons of the 80s.

Featuring an 10-piece cast, this funky production will take you back to those pop stars that made their mark on musical history with outrageous fashion statements, catchy hit songs and saucy dance moves.

We cast our minds and memory banks back in time to when Michael Jackson launched his Thriller album, Madonna performed Pappa Don’t Preach for the first time on MTV, Cyndi Lauper and Adam Ant dazzled the pop world with colourful costumes and make-up, Eurythmics sang about Sweet Dreams, and Brit pop ruled the airwaves with boy band Wham!

The 80s also featured rock from iconic groups like Guns N’ Roses, Bon Jovi, Dire Straits and INXS. We were spoilt with the gritty talents of Bruce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Bonnie Tyler and Bryan Adams, and were also treated to the silky smooth voices of Lionel Ritchie and Diana Ross with the epic ballad Endless Love.

Janet Jackson and Prince added the funk and soul with songs When Doves Cry and What have you done for me lately.

We were also entertained in the romantic rock era with bands such as Duran Duran and artists like Phil Collins with Separate Lives.

The seventies icons that lived into the eighties and beyond also make an appearance. Think Queen and David Bowie with Under Pressure, Elton Stevie Wonder and Dionne Warwrick with That’s what friends are for.

These icons were no ordinary performers and all made their mark in rock history with music, image and fashion. Relive the eighties with the icons that will bring back the memories of songs that created the best days of our lives!