Woopsy, From Denmark with Love – 22nd and 24th November

Woopsy, From Denmark with Love – 22nd and 24th November

Woopsy is the story of a boy who is forced on a journey, all alone, coming to a new country where everything looks like something he knows, but where everything at the same time looks like something else, and where his life must be learned anew. A one-person performance, Woopsy is a monologue about some of the problems we suddenly face when life changes. Even though life can be difficult, it can end well when you have had a mother who is a belly dancer and a father who can swing dishes .. Torkild Lindebjerg from Teatertt (www.teatertt.dk) is a Danish director, writer, actor, and teacher who started his career in collaboration with the influential Odin Teatret in Denmark and has peformed and taught across Europe, South East Asia and Australia. These days he collaborates with Brian Joyce from the University of Newcastle and that brings him to Australia – and Queensland – and the Old Ambo! JOIN US for this 35 minute performance  in the Black Box Theatre, in the Old Ambo, followed by Q&A, suitable for all ages! • Wednesday 22 November, 11am performance - $10 per person • Friday 24 November, 2.30pm to 4.00pm - In-House Workshop with Torkild focusing on non-verbal performance $15 p/p • Friday 24 November, 5pm performance - $15 ticket per person Packages available: Wednesday performance AND Friday workshop $20 p/p Friday performance AND Friday workshop $25 p/p For further information contact Ludmila on 0434 357 862 or ludmila@edgeware.com.au...
Sunshine Coast Arts Plan – Join the Conversation

Sunshine Coast Arts Plan – Join the Conversation

 Are you part of the arts on the Sunshine Coast? Sunshine Coast Council in partnership with CQ University is rolling out an engagement program to understand the needs of the region’s arts sector. Visit council’s website register your interest and to join the...
Worlds Collide, Poetry for the Page with Luka Lesson – 3 September, 1-3pm

Worlds Collide, Poetry for the Page with Luka Lesson – 3 September, 1-3pm

Join internationally renowned and award-winning slam poet, Luka Lesson, to explore the spoken word genre and different styles of writing. This workshop will provide participants with unique insights into new material creation, theme development, editing and delivery. For more https://www.horizonfestival.com.au/event/words-collide-poetry-for-the-page-stage-with-luka-lesson $43, Concession...
Back to the Crossroads – 31 August, 7.30-9.30pm

Back to the Crossroads – 31 August, 7.30-9.30pm

Enjoy a live performance of blues and slide guitar inspired by Ry Cooder’s soundtrack recordings. The ‘devil’s music’ is embroidered with storytelling and performance poetry about the Crossroads mythology and its central figure, Robert Johnson. Black Box Theatre, the Old Ambo, 80 Howard Street, Nambour More at https://www.horizonfestival.com.au/event/black-parlour-back-to-the-crossroads $22: $25 at the...
Black Parlour – Wounded In All The Right Places-Saturday 26th August, 9.00pm to 11.00pm, Black Box Theatre

Black Parlour – Wounded In All The Right Places-Saturday 26th August, 9.00pm to 11.00pm, Black Box Theatre

Wounded in all the Right Places is a bitter sweet pathos, where drama, music, comedy and song all collide to examine that uniquely human of predicaments - relationships. It is all humanity - warts ‘n all. It will tickle you, slap you, scream at you, whisper to you and then cuddle you afterwards. Find out more at https://www.horizonfestival.com.au/event/black-parlour-wounded-in-all-the-right-places Black Box Theatre, the Old Ambo, Cnr William & Howard Streets, Nambour Tickets available at the door - General Admission $25 | Concession...

QMusic Free Workshop – Getting It Out There – Saturday 26 August, 12.00pm to 2.00pm

The QMusic Free Workshops Continue….. Saturday 26th August, 12.00pm to 2.00pm ‘Getting It Out There’ Speaker: Vivienne Mellish Is it the end of the world if triple j won’t play your song? We explore the different avenues for getting your music out to a public audience. Sat 23rd September, 12.00pm to 2.00pm ‘I Heard It On The Television’ Speaker: Andrew Tuttle Selling CDs from your merch table is a hard slog. There are other ways to make money from your recordings, like getting your songs on film, TV and videogames. This session will introduce participants to the world of sync, as well as incorporating basic information about royalties and APRA AMCOS. Saturday 7th October, 12.00pm to 2.00pm ‘Building A Team’ Speakers: Alex Henriksson & David Dean Many early career artists think getting a manager, agent or publicist is going to solve all their problems. We explore some case studies to better understand the benefits and limits of the DIY approach, and how to go about attracting the interest of support people when the time is right. Saturday 21st October, 12.00pm to 2.00pm ‘Click Here’ Speaker: Vanessa Picken Digital fan engagement is as important as putting on a great live show. Both start with knowing who your audience really is, and finding novel ways to connect with them, as well as influencers that might be able to give your brand an additional push. A Digital marketing expert will discuss different approaches to creating cost-effective digital content that cuts through the social media...