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Theatresports North vs South – The Battle For Canberra

By bcrowley - 10 May 2011 0

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The Battle for Canberra is on!

In 2011, lines will be drawn and the record will finally be set straight.
 
Since Lake Burley Griffin was officially completed in 1964, Canberrans have asked the question, ‘which side of the lake is the best?’
 
This year, that question will be answered.
 
Impro ACT in association with the Street Theatre proudly presents Theatresports™ – North v South. For three Sundays between 22 May and 5 June the Street Theatre will play host to competitive improvised theatre that the whole family can enjoy.
 
Theatresports™ is a fast and fun-filled theatre ride which combines wit, comedy, drama and fearless public performance. Given that Canberra houses some of the country’s quickest thinkers who are capable of providing extremely creative answers to the curliest of queries it is appropriate that Theatresports™ is used to settle Canberra’s most important question.
 
At the family-friendly time of 6pm, Canberrans will be able to enjoy a night of competition in which a cast of Canberra’s most experienced improvisers as well as the best new talent this city has to offer will represent their side of the lake with the same vigour as a State of Origin clash. Teams will compete in a series of challenges resulting in comedy, theatre and music created at will to the roar of the crowd.
 
A night of fun is assured so come along to Theatresports™ North v South and cheer your side of the lake!

SPECIAL TICKET OFFER – BUY 3 TICKETS AND GET 1 FREE! This offer is open for pre-bookings until 15 May.

Book on 6247 1223 or www.thestreet.org.au

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