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Canberra Roller Derby League presents “Moulin Bruise” GRAND FINAL 2013

By canberrarollerderbyleague - 13 November 2013 0

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The Moulin Bruise: 100 years of Can-baret; A Roller Derby Double Header Sporting Event featuring Canberra Roller Derby Leagues’ Black n Blue Belles, Brindabelters, Red Bellied Black Hearts and Surly Griffins.

Like the Moulin Rouge itself, Canberra is a city of intrigue, where glittering facades belie a seething underbelly of politics, creativity and raw sensual power. Born in the early decades of a new century, roller derby captured the spirit of an age: cheeky, rebellious and exciting.

As the women and men of Canberra Roller Derby League tip their helmets to a centenary of action, they celebrate by bringing their strongest, hardest, fastest game to the Australian Institute of Sport. Enter a dark and mysterious world, filled with exotic strangers and witness feats of daring and athleticism.

Energized by a hard-fought home season, the skaters of CRDL will don their ever flattering uniforms and safety gear and give you a spectacle like no other. Welcome to The Moulin Bruise!

When: Saturday 30th November 2013

Venue: AIS Arena- Australian Institute of Sport, Leverrier Crescent, Bruce ACT

After Party at Hellenic Club in the City join us in the celebrations

Doors open 3pm;

Game 1 starts 4pm

Red Bellied Black Hearts vs Surly Griffins compete for 3rd place

Spectacular half time entertainment

Game 2 starts 6:30pm

Brindabelters vs Black ‘n’ Blue Belles (2012 champions)
Tickets:

Adults: $22

Children 6-16: $13
Family: $60
5 and under free

Available from Ticketek: http://premier.ticketek.com.au/shows/show.aspx?sh=ROLLERDE13

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