On the evening of Sunday, March 8 Gateway Village will transform into the Upstream Festival Hub with food, drinks and performances in and around HotHouse’s Butter Factory Theatre.
Turn up from 6pm and grab some freshly cooked paella (gluten, nut, egg and dairy free), chicken tandoori rolls or samosa, or spoil yourself with freshly made Dutch Pancakes.
From 6.30pm entertainment begins with live music, quirky games and activities to engage and entice you.
You’ll then move into theatre to be astonished by Albury’s own magic maestro Dane Certificate.
The final performance of the night is a specially commissioned work from internationally acclaimed and Albury-based performance company Acrobat – OUTSIDER SCIENCE.
OUTSIDER SCIENCE is part myth and part physics demonstration.
Humans are experiments; first made by those who conceive them, and the subject of countless more.
Through trial and error, calculation and design, we watch two brothers bend their fate.
Acrobat blend astonishing theatrical and performance techniques with a highly personal vision of modern society to create unique performances that have been critically acclaimed around the world and across Australia.
Performers include: Tim Barris, Alyce Fisher, Jo Lancaster, Grover Lancaster-Cole, Fidel Lancaster-Cole, Seth Sladen and Simon Yates.
Where: In and around The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga
Times: Bar and Food available from 6pm
Entertainment from 6.30pm
Cost: Full Price $25. Conc. $20
Standing room for OUTSIDER SCIENCE only $15.
Bookings essential at www.hothousetheatre.com.au or (02) 6021 7433.