BUSK


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BUSKBelt Up School Kids
BUSKBradley Urban Survivability Kit
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Tickets for Soasis and the Busk Idol final cost pounds 8 and are available fromArc box office on 01642 5 25199.
If you would like to take part in the Busk Cancer initiative, contact Mr Quinn on stevewquinn@live.
And they also get inquiries from as far afield as Hong Kong and Canada for the simple reason that there is no other organisation quite like Busk anywhere in the world - because it was set up by, and for, parents.
I suppose some people busk for money and some busk in the hope of getting spotted,'' he said.
He's come a long way since he used to busk in Covent Garden.
THE venue for auditions for Busk Idol in Stockton has been changed to the Georgian Theatre.
Pat Harris, who set up Busk (Belt Up School Kids) 12 years ago, left her post as director of the charity in February.
There's a little alley I used to busk, near a lot of homeless people, and sometimes I woke them up.
As well as competing for the Busk Idol title and their own dedicated pitches, the best performers will also win prizes including cash, musical equipment and tickets to The Beatles Story.
Busk founder Pat Harris, who inspected one of the American buses at First Bus's invitation 18 months ago, said the buses did not meet European regulations which ensured coaches would not crush if overturned.
Busk Idol 2008 will take place on Williamson Square on April 11.
Those who are selected will be given a pitch to come and busk for free.