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Celebrity Challenge VI



Saturday 27th of October, 2007


GOODWOOD INSTITUTE (opposite Capri Cinema)

166 Goodwood Road, Goodwood SA 5034

Train and Tram to Goodwood Station -  5 minute walk OR Bus - stop 5 just outside        

Come and see South Australia's leading TV and radio stars do battle with the state's best comedians and actors, all in the name of charity as the THEATRESPORTS™ CELEBRITY CHALLENGE returns in October.

Every year the best known faces in the state throw away
the autocues, dump the scripts and get up on stage to bring you riotious scenes of improvised comedy that will have you rolling in the aisles.

The annual Theatresports™ Celebrity Challenge raises money for The Humour Foundation who send clown doctors into hospitals around Australia to cheer up and facilitate the recovery of our sick kids.

"The annual Theatresports Celebrity Challenge provides valuable financial resources that allows us to go into hospitals like the Women's and Children's Hospital," said Dr Phil Betta.

This year for the first time, the show welcomes on board another fine organisation - the Uniting Care Wesley Mission - "Working with Youth. "

So watch this space for more details.

FOR TICKETS go to ...


ph: (08) 8225 8888






The Humour Foundation

The Humour Foundation is a charity dedicated to promoting the health benefits of humour. International research has found physiological and psychological benefits to patients.

Doses of humour help relieve fear and stress and help recovery. The whole hospital community benefits - patients, families & staff.

The Humour Foundation has developed a close relationship with Adelaide's Women's and Children's Hospital.

Tel: 1300 666 890 or 02 9973 5700

Contact the Humour Foundation






Uniting Care Wesley Adelaide

Youth and Parent Services is a free and confidential counselling and accommodation service that works with young people. Assitance is provided for 12 to 18 year olds and their families who are experiencing conflict and the young person is at imminent risk of leaving home prematurely. Funds raised through TS Celebrity Challenge will go to training youth in improvisation skills that promote team work, self-esteem, positive thinking and confidence, culminating in a public performance.

10 Pitt St, Adelaide - Ph. (08) 82025111



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