Leone Grand Christmas Show with Gaia Cauchi and Veronica Rotin

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Leone Grand Christmas Show with Gaia Cauchi and Veronica RotinThe Leone Grand Christmas Show, 6th edition, is taking place tomorrow, Saturday, the 28th of December, at the Aurora Opera House in Victoria.

The organisers said that Gaia Cauchi and Veronica Rotin head the line-up in Gozo, “two young children, with overflowing fames – and now household names – are Veronica Rotin, a recent finalist in Italy’s Io Canto television show, and Gaia Cauchi, Malta’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest finalist who is bringing the title and the event home for the first time in history.”

The Leone Grand Christmas Show will also present an array of other artistes, including the renowned EnKor gospel choir and the Aurora’s own Children Choir, together with established singer Nadine Axisa. Dance items, varying in genre and style will be presented by the Central Academy of Dance, the Senior Ballet Dancers from the Gozo School of Drama, the Voodoo Gurus, and the Alegria Academia de Baile Flamenco and the Naupaca Art Factory – two dance schools that operate as resident dance schools within the Aurora Opera House.

The Leone Grand Christmas Show gets underway at 8.00pm and tickets are priced at €5.00. Tickets for children under 10 years of age are free. With every 4 paying tickets, patrons are given a fifth one for free.

Tickets and further information may be obtained from http://www.teatruaurora.com/ or from the Aurora Box Office, which may be contacted on 21559452 or via info@leone.org.mt.

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    4 Responses

    1. Peter says:

      A grand Christmas variety featuring the Leone Band (Gozo), the Aurora Children’s Choir, dancers and local artistes.


    2. Mick Cundy says:

      Great evening, a shame it started late and we had to leave early to catch last bus home.

    3. Eliza says:

      I never understood why Gozo does not have buses that run all night. It was like that in the 70s and its still like that today.

      • Mick Cundy says:

        To be fair we were the only 2 people on it so there obviously is no economically viable demand at this time of year.

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