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Premiere World Tour "Gliding into the Future" @ Burrumbuttock

Event date: 12/10/2017 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Export event


Murray Arts is over the nocturnal moon to be partnering with Inspiring Australia (NSW), Eaton Gorge Theatre Company and local Squirrel Glider champions from around our region
to produce and present the

  'Gliding into the Future' 
11-12 October 2017
Savernake Hall
Burrumbuttock Hall

QEII Square Albury
We promise no spoilers BUT you really don't want to miss this cute sneaky preview...CLICK HERE! 
This family friendly production, all about our local Squirrel Glider population is FREE to attend!
  • 6pm Wednesday 11 October 2017 – Optional pre-show family BBQ $15 adult, $5 per child and $35 family. Performance begins 7pm at Savernake Hall. RSVP to Christine Gorman M: 0429445583 Phone: (02) 6035 9134 email: marengopark@bigpond.com Come along and support the community BBQ!
  • 11:30am Thursday 12 October 2017 – Burrumbuttock Hall.  School students from local schools invited, community members, groups and families most welcome!  RSVP: info@murrayarts.org.au
  • 6:15pm Part One & 6:30pm Part Two Thursday 12 October 2017 – QEII Square Albury during the twilight evening market. No RSVP needed!

"It is an absolute joy to announce our project with Murray Arts. We will be working with local science officers and groups based in Wodonga and Albury to write a play about the endangered Squirrel Glider. We have already been on a research trip to Burrumbuttock and other sites to listen to stories of this cute little creature." Eaton Gorge Theatre Company 
"Inspiring Australia is an Australian national strategy for engagement with the sciences. Its goals include improving science communication and helping engage the Australian community with science." Inspiring Australia
"Murray Arts is the Murray Science hub and we're all for promoting STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. As a Regional Arts Development Board, one of 14 in NSW, we also believe in the power of the arts to connect us, in this case through Science and the Arts." Murray Science Hub 
Contact us: Murray Arts P:(02) 6021 5034  E: info@murrayarts.org.au
Image credit: Helen Newman Nomad Films