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PINK - the true story

The HISTORY WARDROBE presents a celebration of this love/loathe colour, from 18th century dandies to modern day women warriors
Tue, Jun 20th | 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Venue: The Parish Hall - Park St, Market Bosworth

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Tickets no longer for sale online, Please now pay on the door, £12

Children £5 (over 12 and under 16) 

'The History Wardrobe make a welcome return to Market Bosworth Festival for the third year running. If you haven't seen them perform before then don't miss out this year. Lucy Adlington and Meredith Towne present an informative, lively and entertaining exploration of fashion in historical context.
Salmon, rose, berry, peach, candy....shades of pink look and sound delicious.

PINK_600.jpgIn Pink - The True Story you’ll discover how to make pink and who’s worn pink in history. Pink can represent romance, intimacy, passion and power. Girl’s colour? Boy’s colour? The truth will be revealed in all its pink-tinted glory!
Ladies and gents search out your pink wardrobe and come and join us to celebrate"Pink". Expect a fun evening!


Suitable for age 12yrs +
Doors open 6.45pm. Wine and soft drinks available. 
Sponsored by PINK GIN Boutique, Swan House.

Tickets £10 in advance, £12 on the door. Available from end of March.

Pink Gin, Swan House Market Bosworth is sponsoring this event. 

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Also available from Michaelmas House, Main St, Market Bosworth (map)


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