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Festival Club and Fringe at the Earl

 

Following 2015’s collaboration with Ten Days on the Island that produced a transformation of the Earl Arts Centre Foyer in the Festival Club, and an inaugural Fringe program, Theatre North is delighted to again present a program that’s a little bit off centre, a bit funky and very Fringe.

This year intrepid local company Mudlark will repeat the mayhem of the One Day Project, in which actors, writers and directors have just 24 hours to write, rehearse and perform a one act play!
Michaela Burger, a star of the 2016 Festival of Voices, brings her incredible exploration of the life of Edith Piaf to northern audiences.

Serious musical talent will be on show as the winners of TNAP’s Festivale 2017 busking competition for young people take to the main stage in RAW2 Young Talent on Stage – The Concert.

Red Brick Road Ciderhouse will be in residence at the Festival Club at the Earl, 5pm till late, serving locally crafted ciders, beer and wine and providing great laughs at their Open Mic and Uber Comedy nights – absolutely standing room only events.

And in the foyer, TNAP’s Greg Leong and Gina McKenzie (Friends of Theatre North at the Princess) have curated a dazzling series of light box portraits in 21 Living Icons – a cork flying tribute to the people who have made the arts great in northern Tasmania.

Fringe at the Earl is the place for the funky and the festivally to spread their wings.

 

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TICKETS

Various prices for Fringe at the Earl events.

DATES

Launceston

Earl Arts Centre

Fri 17 Mar 2017, until Sun 26 Mar 2017, open 5pm til late
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Following 2015’s collaboration with Ten Days on the Island that produced a transformation of the Earl Arts Centre Foyer in the Festival Club, and an inaugural Fringe program, Theatre North is delighted to again present a program that’s a little bit off centre, a bit funky and very Fringe.

This year intrepid local company Mudlark will repeat the mayhem of the One Day Project, in which actors, writers and directors have just 24 hours to write, rehearse and perform a one act play!
Michaela Burger, a star of the 2016 Festival of Voices, brings her incredible exploration of the life of Edith Piaf to northern audiences.

Serious musical talent will be on show as the winners of TNAP’s Festivale 2017 busking competition for young people take to the main stage in RAW2 Young Talent on Stage – The Concert.

Red Brick Road Ciderhouse will be in residence at the Festival Club at the Earl, 5pm till late, serving locally crafted ciders, beer and wine and providing great laughs at their Open Mic and Uber Comedy nights – absolutely standing room only events.

And in the foyer, TNAP’s Greg Leong and Gina McKenzie (Friends of Theatre North at the Princess) have curated a dazzling series of light box portraits in 21 Living Icons – a cork flying tribute to the people who have made the arts great in northern Tasmania.

Fringe at the Earl is the place for the funky and the festivally to spread their wings.

 

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