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September 29, 2020

Show to raise money for Szoby Cseh, Friday at Arenele Romanie

Elena Soare, Nico and Marcel Pavel are only a few of the artists who will be performing on Friday to help raise money for stuntman Szoby Cseh.
The Romanian Stuntmen Association in partnership with Credidam is organising a humanitarian show entitled “People for people” on Friday 7 p.m. at Arenele Romane in Bucharest, in order to raise money for Szoby Cseh.
Stuntman Szoby Cseh was hospitalised on 12 June to the Fundeni Clinical Institute in Bucharest for severe hematologic disease. According to the Romanian Stuntmen Association’s press release, he refuses to give up his on-going projects, even though physicians have recommended him to rest.
“I feel fine. I want to develop these projects all over Europe. Helping abandoned children and animals is very healthy”, Szoby Cseh said, as cited in the press release.
According to the same source, physicians are being “reserved” concerning Szoby Cseh’s condition.
“An artist needs his health to fulfil his dream and carry out his masterpiece. As the artist within him grew, we started shaping our own personalities. What we must not forget is that «art plays the most important part in shaping individuals». Szoby shaped many of us with dedication and great care. Without his health, he never would have started “Gladiator” school. Children are waiting for him, looking at the gate Szoby used to open… even us, grown-ups, are waiting for the «Hare Lip» pioneer”, the press release notes.
The show will include famous artists such as Alexandru Ar?inel, Gheorghe Turd?, Elena Soare, Nico, Marcel Pavel, Solaris band, G&G for Jesus, John Diamond and Bruno Roman, and provide entertaining live acts such as horse riding stunts, motorcycle stunts and torch stunts.
Tickets are available through Eventim at Vodafone, Orange, and Domo shops, and several bookshops (Carturesti and Humanitas). One ticket costs RON 25, and children under the age of 7 have free access.

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