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Uki’s unique cabaret is back and inviting budding performers to audition for the 2013 Cabaret 360 : A Feast of Performance.

Now in its fifth year, Cabaret 360 will entertain audiences at the Uki Town Hall on May 17 and 18, and director Hamilton Barnett wants to encourage original acts from all over the region in all genres from comedy, dance and physical theatre, to poetry and even film.

‘The unusual, and the bizarre,’ are also welcome, Hamilton explained.

Past performers have used Cabaret 360 as a launch pad to reach a large audience and display their latest performances.

‘We have had some absolutely hysterical moments and many more memorable ones!,’ show producer Natascha Wernick said.

‘I trust loads more will come out of the woodwork this year. It is such an incredibly talented region.’

Audition date is 7 April, 4pm at the Uki Hall.

For audition enquires email [email protected] or phone 0439 021 233. For more information go to www.ukitopiaartscollective.com.

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