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NORPA advises that the performances of The Haunting of Daniel Gartrell scheduled for Lismore City Hall this Friday 23 and Saturday 24 August have been postponed indefinitely due to Max Gillies’s sudden illness and hospitalisation.

NORPA will be in touch directly with patrons who have purchased tickets. Re-scheduled performances will be advertised as soon as the details are confirmed. Patrons are also welcome to contact the NORPA Box Office or phone 1300 066 772.

A NORPA spokesperson said the thoughts and wishes of the staff are with Max and his family at this time.


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