Some of the crew that will be performing at Oxygen on Friday and Saturday night.

Star studded cast for Oxygen Art Centre fundraiser in Nelson

Come to the Oxygen Arts Centre’s fundraiser to see how some of Nelson’s talented artists tackle these burning questions.

The Mayans predicted that 2012 would be the last year of our existence and there are about 2012 websites offering indisputable proof that the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse are shining up their spurs.

Will the Rapture be as weird (and good) as the Blondie song? Will the End of the World really be the end or just an opportunity to start fresh? Maybe (gasp) it’s all just a metaphor!

Come to the Oxygen Arts Centre’s fundraiser to see how some of Nelson’s talented artists tackle these burning questions.

Hosted by Lucas Myers as Steven the Art Star and featuring the talents of Bessie Wapp, Krista Lynch, Lisel Forst, Lisa Menna, Joel Cottingham, Geordi Campos, Julie Johnston-Murray, Jason Asbell and as special guest appearance by Nicola Harwood and Brahm Taylor as Ilsa and Klaus.

Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21, 8 p.m.. Tickets are $20 to 15 on a sliding scale, available at Eddy Music and the door.

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