Sisters return with Crackup Variety Night

Oct 28, 2016 | Front Page Feature, News

Colourful country gals The Crackup Sisters will continue their yearlong ‘mixed-bag’ tour of comedy, whip cracking, acrobatics and story-telling around the North Burnett in November.

Returning to the region, the ‘sisters’ will take their performance art and community development experience to local community halls with a crack-up sisters variety show including local support acts as part of their ‘Norming Arts and Culture into Everyday Life’ project, intended to make art accessible, real and relatable across non-traditional sectors, including health, sport and recreation, using art as a vehicle to help with recovery. This exciting new initiative will help support the community, and build capacity, resilience and connectivity through creative mediums.

The Crackup Sisters will be appearing at various locations across the region with an aim to engage with people of all ages, artistic and cultural interests while building stronger communities.

Mundubbera Community Hall – Friday, 11th November

Biggenden Memorial Hall – Saturday, 12th November

Eidsvold Community Hall – Sunday, 13th November

Gayndah Community Hall – Friday, 18th November

Mt Perry Community Hall – Saturday, 19th November

Monto Community Hall – Sunday, 20th November

Market stalls open at 5pm

Show starts 6.30pm SHARP

People must be seated by 6.15pm

Council is keen to have the community involved with providing entertainment or catering to raise money for their group. We are calling for interest in the following areas:

Buskers and Entertainers – we are keen to involve as many local artists as possible. We are looking for Muso’s, performing artists, dance groups, demonstrating artists (eg painting, sculpture, quilting etc) to provide entertainment during the evening

  • Nibbles Plates – a community group of take orders for attendees for nibbles plates to be consumed on the evening;
  • Bar – a community group to organise a bar for the evening – 100% profits go to the group and there’s no fee
  • Stalls – get in early for Christmas and sell your goods, can be sweets, jams, crafts etc

If you are involved in a community group and are interested in using this night as a fund raising event, please contact Council’s Community Development Team on 1300 696 272 (1300 MY NBRC). Expressions of Interest forms can be downloaded below or collected at your local Customer Service Centre and need to be returned prior to 7th November 2016.

Merchandise Stall Nomination Form

Food Beverage Provider Agreement

For more information about The Crackup Sisters upcoming appearance and tour schedule, please contact Council’s Community Development staff on 1300 696 272 (1300 MY NBRC) or email admin@northburnett.qld.gov.au

The project has been made possible through Creative North Burnett and The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF); a partnership between the Queensland Government and North Burnett Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

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