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Wed 24 Sep 2008, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Gateway Christian Centre, 950 Victoria St, Hamilton

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From the 23rd to the 26th of September World Vision is hosting best-selling British author and speaker Adrian Plass and his wife Bridget. Performing at churches in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch, audiences will be treated to Adrian’s special blend of humour, poetry and storytelling.

Described as “laughter therapy for Christians”, the writings of Adrian Plass are a guaranteed laugh a minute combined with heart warming thoughtfulness and depth. With over a million copies sold worldwide, Plass is best known for his book ‘The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass’, a gentle satire on the modern church.

In recent years Plass has been in demand as a speaker in venues as varied as prisons, churches, theatres, literary dinners, festivals and schools. Live performances usually revolve around his struggles as a human being and Christian. In recent years Adrian’s wife Bridget has joined him on stage in order to present a more varied and dramatic style of performance.

Joining Adrian and Bridget will be special guest singer / songwriter Edwin Derricutt. Formerly of New Zealand band Felt, Edwin was the lead singer and heart behind the Tui nominated group and is now leading a successful solo career, with his recent debut album release 'Symmetry'.

Adrian and Bridget’s connection with World Vision is strong. In 2000 they visited Bangladesh and in 2003 Uganda and Zambia. The latter inspired the popular book ‘The Sun of God is Dancing’.

Edwin Derricutt has also travelled widely and has spent time living in West Africa and Tonga. His passion for adventure and mission has coloured both his music and outlook on life and has lead him to become a strong supporter of World Vision.