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Anywhere Festival packed to the brim with entertainment

Have a laugh in the park, check out the talent of local dancers or see a theatre show with a difference, there’s plenty on offer throughout the Moreton Bay Region as part of the Anywhere Festival.

If you haven’t heard of it before, Anywhere Festival is a globally unique and local cultural experience where visitors and locals can discover shows in nooks and crannies anywhere. Anywhere offers up a vision where artists can step away from the fringe and isolated performance spaces to be at the core of society by being pretty much anywhere.

Anywhere Festival has inspired many other festivals and practitioners, providing the framework and ideas that many have followed when COVID-19 restrictions closed theatres and the idea of performing in streets, outdoors in a non-traditional spaces became the only way.

The Anywhere Festival (May 13 - June 4) takes performances out of the traditional venues and into unexpected spaces. With more than 60 shows and events, there will be plenty of theatre, music, comedy, and dance for everyone to enjoy across the region! The festival will showcase local performers and international acts with emerging and established artists.

What you can expect (there’s plenty to see!):

  • The festival opening kicks off at the North Lakes Library on Saturday May 13 from 11am. There is also multiple performances/shows on at the library throughout the day.

  • On May 14, celebrate Mother’s Day at Dancing in D-Bay with dance workshops, a street parade and live music in and around Deception Bay.

  • Check out the tunes on offer at the Caboolture Library on May 24 when the Caboolture Community Choir belts out a few songs.

  • Join Karen Wallwork, author of Beachmere – Then & Now and Beachmere Revisited at the Beach Shak Café in Beachmere on May 26 for an intimate gathering sharing stories and art.

  • Savour the delightful sounds of Gathering Song on May 27, a community choir concert in Caboolture Memorial Hall.

  • Also on May 27, enjoy a night of fun and music at the Burpengary Community Hall with Rockin’ by the Baybz.

  • Turning Point will be held in the Bribie Island Recreational Hall on May 27.

  • Songs of Scotland & The Sea will echo through the Bribie Island Seaside Museum on May 28.

  • Don’t miss all the fun with the festival finale (June 4) at Redcliffe in the outdoor amphitheatre in Marine Parade.

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