Winners of the Anywhere Frankston audience survey

Thank you very much for everyone who filled out our audience surveys. We had a fantastic response with 92% rating their festival experience as Above Average or Excellent! There were also some great comments (positive and constructive), so without further ado, we’d like to announce the three winners of the Anywhere t-shirts are the following people […]

It’s a wrap! 2014 Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston has finished…

Anywhere Frankston McClelland Orbit Sunset

As the sun sets on the final weekend of the inaugural Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston we’d like to thank everyone who has made the event such a success. Thank you! Sold out and packed performances of To Be Determined, Impromptu Impro, Suburbia, Don’t Be A Diva, Orbit, It Sounds Silly, Girls Just Want To Have Fun, fantastic reviews […]

Review – Impromptu Impro

If you are free tonight, Saturday 6th September, grab a ticket for Impromptu Impro. The $25 price gives $20 to Relay for life, a very worthy cause. Not only does most of your ticket go to charity, but you will be assured of a fantastic night of entertainment (and I am referring to the actual […]

Review – ORBIT

Orbit is an engaging performance piece that is an ingenious combination of technology, nature, performance and art. McClelland Sculpture Gallery is always spellbinding and Orbit serves to take its audience on an adventure through the sculpture park as an integral part of the story, really integrating the sculptures into the piece and not merely as […]

Review: Impromptu Impro

Don’t miss “Impromptu Impro”- a night of hilarity and belly laughs. Plus it is a fundraising event for Relay for Life so it is an excellent way to support cancer research and have a great night out too! This was a fun-filled, entertaining evening of Theatresports. These are various games where creativity, spontaneity and team work […]

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Review: The Gift

This is a heart-felt production that touched this reviewer. “The Gift” was an honest and brave portrayal of a couple facing an extremely difficult choice. The story line was built up on little scenes giving us insight into the couple, their family and their life. It was clear from the beginning of “The Gift” that religion […]

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Review: I Knew These People

This is my favourite show of the Anywhere Theatre Festival. I loved “I Knew These People”  from its stunning first movement sequence to its creative finale. It brings together 5 powerful episodes, each one a contained piece on its own but when married together, it is an impressive theatrical experience that totally entranced me. The […]

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