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Photo Jeff ‘Twisted In Pink’ Dawson

$55,000 has been awarded for the 2024 National Training Program for Spaghetti Circus, says local Labor MP Justine Elliot.

In a media release, she said the five-day program will train professional and emerging artists at the upcoming National Circus Festival. 

The training program will encompass masterclasses, forums and a nightly cabaret, she says. The festival will be held October 4–6. Visit www.spaghetticircus.com for more info. 


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