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Reasons To Be Pretty

Check out Darlinghurst Theatre’s latest production, Reasons to Be Pretty, which gets stuck into the timeless arguments between women and men.

For more information go to www.darlinghursttheatre.com or call 8356 9987 for bookings.

When:
15/05/2012
Where:
19 Greenknowe Avenue , Potts Point, NSW, 2011
How Much:
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