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Falls Music & Arts Festival is looking for volunteers to help create and perform in a festival sideshow as well as people to help create art installations and puppets.

Volunteer performers will work with local director and performer Andy Forbes to develop interactive comedy-based shows that will run during the day at the festival.

Art Camp volunteers will work with local puppeteers Oliver Buckworth and Lara and Paddy from Krinkl theatre. Contact Suzanne Kalk [email protected]. Volunteers will get a ticket to the festival. Workshop days December 16–20, performances December 30 to January 2. Contact Andy Forbes [email protected], 0411 053 942.


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