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Review: Suburbia

Prepare to be  unnerved whilst being taken completely out of your comfort zone on a drive that may challenge and haunt you! This is one “show ” that really needs to be experienced yourself. I don’t want to give too much away in this review as it will spoil your adventure. Suffice to say, “Suburbia” […]

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YOUNG TALENT TREADS OLD BOARDS IN FRANKSTON

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Frankston residents, Georgia Rollings (22yrs) and Tayler Craig (19yrs) are two very talented young dancers taking over the dance floor at the Grand Hotel Lounge in RAWcollective’s “I Knew These People” as part of Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston from 1-3 September. WHO: RAWcollective WHAT: I Knew These People WHERE: The Grand Lounge (upstairs) 499 Nepean Hwy, Frankston WHEN: 7.30pm Monday 1st September […]

Theatre festival without theatres helps Frankston businesses to perform better

Businesses in Frankston are boosting their performance from 22 August to 6 September when they host a range of shows for the inaugural Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston. It is part of an innovative new approach to developing business that brings customers direct to the door of businesses by putting shows in businesses instead of in […]

Review: A Mad Tea Party

First things first, I love a tea party, so when I was invited to drink some tea, in a cup and saucer no less, and on soft scattered cushions in the garden… I was sold! My children were enchanted by the crazy characters they encountered immediately and even more so when these talented young folk […]

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Review: A Mad Tea Party

This was one party I was certainly glad to be invited to! The Mulberry Hill historical house was the perfect setting to follow Alice “down the rabbit hole” with its grand white walls as our backdrop, a balcony, columns and a paved garden path all surrounded by a glorious hedge. We, the audience, were warmly […]

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Review: A Mad Tea Party

I’m not sure what Charles Dodgson aka  Lewis Carroll would make of this contemporary adaption of MHTP performed on the steps of the home of Sir Daryl Lindsay. This member of the famous artistic Linsday family was the least talented together with his brother Lionel. Norman Lindsay being the most prolific along with the most […]