Castlemaine Fringe Festival presents : IMPACT Live from Ukraine
As the bombs started falling in Ukraine, actors took shelter in their local theatre, and over the following day performed and filmed “The Book of Sirens” in English.
Producer and director Alex Borovenskiy with actress Anabell Ramirez will join us live at Theatre Royal and online with their vision for Ukraine Fringe 2.
17 March - 2 April 2023
The Castlemaine Fringe Festival has a long history of success and is one of the longest running fringe festivals in Australia. In 2023 the Fringe is 30!
The Fringe offers art in all forms for patrons as well an opportunity to participate and showcase their art in an important community event. Traditionally the fringe festival provides a forum for new emergent, alternative or underground artists in a manner that is accessible to the broader community.
Join them to launch their 2023 program, featuring a simply incredible array of local and emerging talent. More info here.
Get a sneak peek at what's happening (including the CFF Opening Night party!) in the Mechanics Lane precinct.
Image: Macbeth – Murder on the Dancefloor, Thursday, 30 March 2023 at the Phee Broadway Theatre
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