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    A Good Catch: Casting Off Show & Dinner


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    Please note DINNER will be served across the road from the Macleay Island Community Hall at Nick Zhao's Kitchen (Kopasz and Curly Cafe), Unit 5 32-36 Southsea Tce, Macleay Island 4184 and takeaway option available.

    Dinner starts at 5pm.

    Show starts at 630pm and ends at 730pm.

    Intergenerational circus with lots to say: the personal is political, fury is fun and the acrobatics downrightdangerous–especially when life gets in the way. Casting Off stereotypes, these dynamic Australian women tumble, talk, fly and balance precariously. 

    This joyful, witty and poignant circus show is a refreshing and uplifting conversation between three generations. Circus that makes you laugh and cry simultaneously! Relaxed, personal and fantastically inappropriate, these powerhouse women win you over within minutes of hitting the stage. 

    Casting Off throws away the text book on how you view contemporary circus. 'Casting Off is a joy: these three wonderful women have knitted together a truly extraordinary piece of feisty feminist circus that is fabulously funny to boot' (TotalTheatre.org.uk). It's no wonder that they have won awards around the world. 

    Family-friendly – don't miss this one.

    Most enjoyable for ages 8+, babes in arms (up to 24 months) welcome free of charge.

    CW // PG - infrequent mild course language ( 1 use )

    Dinner and Show Tickets includes entry to a pre-show dinner with the artists making a quick cameo. 

    Dinner Options - Asian Cuisine with Rice:

    1. Beef & Vegetables

    2. Mongolian Beef

    3. Chicken and Vegetables

    4. Pork Sweet n Sour

    5. Fish Sweet n Sour

    6. Vegetarian Stir Fry

    Bar/Drinks to be sold on site by Lions Club

    Presented by Cluster Arts.

    This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.


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