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Night of performing arts in Romford to mark end of Outback Art House

19:11 13 February 2013

Some of the artwork on display at the exhibition, which ends on Friday

Some of the artwork on display at the exhibition, which ends on Friday

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To mark the end of an exhibition at the Outback Art House, culture lovers are invited to an evening of music, dance, theatre and art.

Performing arts company Rhiannon Faith: dancingtheatre will perform on Friday and Saturday from 7.30pm at the Brewery venue, Romford.

The evening is titled “Golden Bohemian: The Uprising”, and will involve different performers all showing their work simultaneously with the theme of a journey from the roaring 1920s to the present day.

The Outback Art House is an exhibition space converted from the former Outback Steakhouse.

Run by the Romford Contemporary Arts Project, students from Havering College and Havering Sixth Form College have been showing their work there since mid-January.

Entry is £8, or £5 for concessions. All proceeds will go toward production costs.

Tickets are available on the door or at http://goldenbohemian.com/tickets/.

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