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On Saturday, 19 May, the British International School – BIS community held another successful charity bazaar event entitled “Seventies Disco Party”. Old gramophone records and disco balls greeted the visitors at the entrance to the school and in the main stage area. The event included a fashion show featuring seventies-style costumes.

Although the event started with a sunny cool morning, the weather turned, when a heavy shower threatened to interrupt proceedings. This sudden weather change, however, didn’t stop the enjoyment as the BIS students, parents and staff all started singing and dancing to disco music on the central stage in the rain (see the BIS facebook page for videos).

The visitors at the event enjoyed stalls selling food of international cuisines and various international souvenirs. In addition, there were numerous stalls with activities for children such as a bouncy castle, face painting, and other games.

As in every year, the highlight of the bazaar was the raffle draw with many valuable prizes including weekends at exclusive hotels, dinners at fine restaurants, spa vouchers, as well as themed gift baskets prepared by each one of BIS classes.

The proceeds of this most successful BIS bazaar will be donated to the University Children’s Hospital in Tirsova (Department for Hematology and Oncology).

BIS school is looking forward to seeing you next year.

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