A COSMIC JOURNEY AWAITS
A NEW IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE
LIVE KINGSTON ARTS CENTRE | 4-7 SEPTEMBER 2019
An experience awaits to ignite the depths of your imagination. Enter a dazzling, exciting vision of the universe, where mesmerising songs, beautiful dances and stunning visual art come to life in an unforgettable immersive experience. Inspired by Kingston’s unique history of UFO sightings, Forgotten Places is in an awe-inspiring tale of evolution, space-travel and aliens that is not to be missed!
The immersive experience can be thought of as a ‘living gallery’ and will offer audiences the chance to see, hear and feel different types of contemporary art. It will include beautiful abstract paintings of the local area, elegant design and professional performers treating audiences to an array of incredible live music, inspiring poetry and quirky dances. Unlike anything Kingston has seen before, ‘Forgotten Places’ is sure to give audiences of all ages a transformative experience to change the way they interact with the world around them for years to come. Book now and witness this special event!
Forgotten Places is a family friendly event
Kingston Arts Centre is an accessible venue
Image credit: Stu Brown
WIN A FAMILY PASS TO FORGOTTEN PLACES!
Do you want to win a family pass (2x adults, 2x children) to experience Forgotten Places? Download our Colouring Competition and send a photograph of your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries close Monday 26 August. Winners notified Friday 30 August. See terms and conditions below.
Composer/Music Director Imogen Cygler
Freya Pragt (actor)
Willow Sizer (actor)
Jack Wunsch (actor)
Director/Dramaturge Jayde Kirchert
Visual Designer Stu Brown
Costume Designer Aislinn Naughton
Stage & Production Manager Teri Steer
Lighting Designer Rachel Lee
Associate Producer Steph Clare-Cover
TIMES AND DATES
Groups 4+ $20
Concession & Children $15
Ages: Recommended 5+ (family friendly)
Phone bookings: (03) 9556 4440
Wed 4 September, 7:30PM
Thurs 5 September, 7:30PM
Fri 6 September, 7:30PM
Sat 7 September, 2:00PM
Sat 7 September, 7:30PM
This project is supported by the Kingston Arts Grants program
Special thanks to the Ron & Margaret Dobell Foundation for their continued support
Terms and conditions of Colouring Competition:
1. Citizen Theatre reserves the right to determine the winner.
2. Entrants’ work may be used for promotional or publicity purposes by Citizen Theatre.
3. No late entries will be accepted.
4. Winners will be notified by return email on Friday 30 August. If entrant does not reply within 3 days, their prize may be given to the next runner up.
5. Entries open 3 August 2019 and close 26 August 2019.
Kingston Arts Centre
979-985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin
(Cnr South Road and Nepean Hwy, 100 metres from Moorabbin train station)
Melway Ref 77 D5