Will Frost performing on the Manchester St Monopoly square this Saturday
Will Frost is so competitive that his family will no longer play board games with him, but his MMF manager Julie Gaudin still occasionally consents to lose to him at Scrabble. On Saturday 21st July Will gets to play a 45 minute set on "Manchester Street", a Gap Filler site inspired by a famous board game.
He is ably supported by "Earthquake Symphony" composer Bob Gaudin who will perform two earthquake inspired pieces - his own "Flowers Grow On" which was a finalist in the Festival of Flowers Songwriting Competition and the NZ Music Commission's "Hook Line and Sing A Long", and his cover of Will Frost's "It's Time". Will and Bob enjoy playing Monopoly Deal together.
The family fun day with BBQ, music and games runs from 1pm-3pm. The Gap Filler Site is on Manchester Street near Pak n Save.