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Published on : Friday, December 4, 2015
From acclaimed art awards and special exhibitions through to perennial favourites Circus Oz (in August) and the Choir of Hard Knocks (in June) – the Centre is again offering something for everyone through its lively program.
“The Araluen Arts Centre continues to inspire and entertain the Central Australia community and visitors with the very best of local and national artists,” Arts and Museums Minister Gary Higgins said.
“It’s wonderful to see the Centre host Circus Oz again with their brand new show after a three year hiatus. And the 10th anniversary Hope and Inspiration tour of the Choir of Hard Knocks with their founding conductor Dr Jonathon Welch AM should be a great celebration.
“The program for 2016 is extensive and the Northern Territory Government is a proud supporter of the Centre which is a great venue for terrific acts, for locals and visitors alike.”
The 2016 Araluen Arts Centre program will officially begin on 15 March with the fresh, funny and all-original Aboriginal Comedy Allstars.
Other highlights include:
A new adaption of Wuthering Heights by shake & stir theatre co in May
County Song – a fictionalised story inspired by the life of Jimmy Little in June
Pearl – the Janis Joplin Show in July
The Melbourne Ballet Company’s Romeo and Juliet in August. This is the first time the company has performed at Araluen
Acclaimed cabaret performer Michael Griffiths brings his award-winning cabaret Vogue – Songs by Madonna in September
Stage adaption of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie in October
New exhibitions by Emma Stuart, Henry Smith, Jennifer Taylor, Suzi Lyon and the Alice Springs Quilting Club.
All tickets are available at the Araluen Box Office. Also available through the Box Office, become a member of the Friends of the Araluen Arts Centre or consider a Reelpix Membership.