By Brent Cowles | Posted: Thursday August 9, 2018
Labour weekend Sunday, NZs number 1 Faulty Towers Dinner Theatre Show will be creating mayhem in Otematata! Whilst you attempt to eat your delicious three course meal, you will be in stitches as Basil, Sybil and a completely drunk Manuel who is celebrating his birthday, host you and deliver a performance like no other! Get a group of friends together and book a table now!
Followed by The Suburban Sons playing until the small hours to entertain you with all of your favourite hits you will be able to dance the evening away.
This year we are raising funds for raising money for the amazing Finch family - Bex, Hayden, Harry & Ollie. Hayden works for Lion - and his work family (the Lower South Island Sales Team) have setup this page to help in any way they can! There is also a Give A Little page to assist.
Lion is our main partner at the pub and as a team always go the extra mile and we are right beside them. $10 from each ticket will go to this amazing cause and we will have some awesome items to raffle and auction!
Harry was diagnosed with Cerebal Palsy when he was 6 weeks old. Ollie (his twin brother) and Harry got Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) when they were in Bex’s Tummy which caused them to be born prematurely at 29 weeks. Unfortunately Harry had 2 seizures when he was born, due to the stress he was under being the doner twin. He has spastic Diplegia CP in the muscles in his legs, making walking and other things difficult and sometimes painful. Bex and Hayden are in the process of getting him accepted for surgery at St Louis Children’s Hospital in USA called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) which will eliminate his spasticity in his legs and allow him the best chance to walk independently - totally life changing!!!!! The Journey is very expensive and will cost their family approx $150,000. Bex and Hayden have sent Harry’s application away and now have to wait up to 7 long weeks.
So this Labour weekend come and have a belly full of laughs, delicious food, a few drinkies, get your boogie shoes on and help change a little boys life!