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Songwriter’s Circle with Chanel Lucas, Camille Trail and Hello Jane Ticket Price: Adult $25Venue: Cedar & PineDays: Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th NovemberTime: Tues 6pm, Wed 730pmDuration: 2 hours The songwriter’s circle is a showcase of original songs by professional songwriters.Performers take turns in a round-robin style and share the stories and secrets behind the songs to take you on a journey through their careers and songwriting adventures.In 2021, for the Wynnum Fringe, we’ve asked our songwriters to share their ‘first songs.’ The first song they wrote, the first song they learned, the first song that inspired them to be a songwriter. First songs could be anything from Hot Potato-Hot Potato, to Danny Boy, to Stairway to Heaven! Brace yourselves. This could be interesting.The Songwriter’s Circle was a sold-out hit at the Brisbane Fringe a few years ago.You will laugh, cry, singalong, and have a bloody good time at this concert. For tickets or more information:Hello Jane – https://open.spotify.com/artist/0XuXxDWqGKPLZs5hR4s42a?si=stJgbz2kQpGiTG4TITKODACamille Trail – https://open.spotify.com/artist/5sW2cWFuoa25wJhlUoQfRA?si=BUIIS3-GQTCjfNaVqCntSghttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
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Maddi is the New Karen with Madeline Border and Madeline Romke Venue: WBLC AuditoriumTicket Price: Adult $35, Concession $21Days: Saturday 20th NovemberTime: 4:00pmDuration: 45 mins What’s the difference between a Maddie and a Karen? 20 years and a mortgage.After running into Karen at a boutique patisserie, two Maddies realise they are six degrees of separation away from becoming the women they love to hate... Will self-awareness be enough to stop them from growing into the next stereotype? Or will their loud mouths and annoying quirks turn them into the punching bag of their generation? This status-quo challenging production is not an attack on Karens, but on Keyboard Warriors. Maddie is the New Karen is raw, comedic and utterly contemporary - asking the important questions like: Do you mind if I could maybe please speak to the Manager?Premiering at Wynnum Fringe Festival, this bold new multi-media production by Madeleine Border and Madeline Römcke tackles a world with large generational borders and will provoke some punchy conversations. Madeleine Border is a Brisbane theatre maker, performer and writer. A voice that mixes political satire and quirky dialogue, she writes to provoke, intrigue and amuse. In 2020 she was a writer for Playlab’s Rising, which was presented at Metro Arts in 2021. Sometimes It’s Hot like the Sun, which she co-wrote, was performed at La Boite as part of FAST in 2018 and published by Playlab Indie in 2020. She has been a participant in Playlab Theatre’s 2020 Incubator Program and was one of Playlab Theatre’s Young Playwright-in-Residence in 2019, working on the play Eyes Closed, Mouth Open. She also works under the collective Yours Sincerely, who had a Backbone Residency in 2019 and presented their new work, This Fantastic Plastic Planet, alongside a twenty metre whale skeleton made out of found and recycled plastic. Madeline Römcke is a Brisbane based theatre maker, performance poet and actor inspired to make bold, gutsy work that starts conversations. Recently commissioned by Belloo Creative under their Mentorship program, she wrote her new play Biting Tongues (2020). DUMB. FAT. [SLUT], written alongside Kate Fester, was presented in La Boite Theatre at FAST 2018 and explored classism and fat-phobia in Australia. Her first play, Deal or Ordeal, won an Anywhere Theatre Festival award in 2016 - the same year she was a Queensland Finalist at the Australian Poetry Slam. She is currently Youth Engagement Manager and a Company Touring Actor at shake & stir theatre co. For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=108www.instagram.com/mjromke www.instagram.com/madeleineborderhttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
Absolute Trash with Darcie Rae Venue: Mrs Quinn’s CarparkTicket Price: Adult $35, Concession $29Days: Friday 19th, Saturday 20th NovemberTime: Fri 6:30pm, Sat 6pmDuration: 60 minsAbsolute Trash is recommended for audiences 15+ Join Natrasha Binit and their riffraff group of circus artists and other waste material as they bring you an evening of Absolute Trash. Featuring awe-inspiring aerialists and acrobats, unbelievable contortionists, physical comedy, and plenty of audience interaction. Unleash the garbage monster within and take yourself out to the trashiest show of the Wynnum Fringe Festival! For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=74https://www.glittermartini.net/https://www.darcieraecircus.com/https://www.facebook.com/GlitterMartiniEntertainmenthttps://www.instagram.com/glitter_martini_/https://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
Songwriter’s Circle with Chanel Lucas, Camille Trail and Hello Jane Ticket Price: Adult $25Venue: Cedar & PineDays: Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th NovemberTime: Tues 6pm, Wed 730pmDuration: 2 hours The songwriter’s circle is a showcase of original songs by professional songwriters.Performers take turns in a round-robin style and share the stories and secrets behind the songs to take you on a journey through their careers and songwriting adventures.In 2021, for the Wynnum Fringe, we’ve asked our songwriters to share their ‘first songs.’ The first song they wrote, the first song they learned, the first song that inspired them to be a songwriter. First songs could be anything from Hot Potato-Hot Potato, to Danny Boy, to Stairway to Heaven! Brace yourselves. This could be interesting.The Songwriter’s Circle was a sold-out hit at the Brisbane Fringe a few years ago.You will laugh, cry, singalong, and have a bloody good time at this concert. For tickets or more information:Hello Jane – https://open.spotify.com/artist/0XuXxDWqGKPLZs5hR4s42a?si=stJgbz2kQpGiTG4TITKODACamille Trail – https://open.spotify.com/artist/5sW2cWFuoa25wJhlUoQfRA?si=BUIIS3-GQTCjfNaVqCntSghttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
Lesbian Love Stories with Chloe Taylor, Natasha Veselinovic TICKET PRICE: Adult $35, Concession $29Days: Friday 19th November, Sunday 21st NovemberTime: Friday 8pm, Sunday 3:30pmDuration: 60 mins BUT YOU DON’T LOOK GAY?Lesbian Love Stories is a cross between verbatim theatre and cabaret. It is performed by three local lesbians and one rockin’ pianist. The show comprises of true love stories sourced from women all over the world. Each tale is told anonymously, allowing both performers and contributors the freedom to speak freely and openly about their experiences. This heart-warming performance is delivered through song and speech by powerhouse women with vocals to match.Stories will be shared, drinks may be split, and we promise not to tell anyone how you smudged your lipstick…Don’t miss this new honest and fun show, with an awkward moment (or three) thrown in for good measure.Natasha Veselinovic is musical theatre performer, writer, and visual artist. She graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium with a Bachelor of Musical Theatre, and also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theatre (Griffith University). Her previous theatre credits include, Cover Madame Thenardier, in Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Miserables (Asia and Dubai tours), The Railway Children (Alex Parker Theatre Company, Cadogan Hall, London), The Girls From Oz (London Hippodrome, and Live at Zedel, London), Woman 2, 35mm: A Musical Exhibition (Australian Premiere), Claire, UniReach (Australian Regional Tour), and Killer Queens (Brisbane Powerhouse). Natasha has co-written and performed in three cabarets – Villains (Brisbane Powerhouse & QACI), Once Upon A Time (Toulouse Lautrec, London), and Lesbian Love Stories (Brisbane Powerhouse & RPAC).Chloe Taylor graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium with a BMus (Musical Theatre) in 2013. Since then she has performed professionally both nationally and internationally as a singer, dancer, actor and writer. Some theatre credits include – Hold Me Touch Me/The Producers (Brisbane Powerhouse), Ensemble & Dance Captain/State of Origin:The Musical (Princess Theatre), Victor/Victoria/ Six Inches (Brisbane Powerhouse), Blonde/The Girls From Oz (UK tour), Belle/Beauty & the Beast (UK Tour), Cinderella/Cinderella (UK Tour), Vocalist & Dancer/Boy&Girl (Brisbane Powerhouse), Miss Gardner/Carrie (Brisbane Powerhouse). She has also co-created three cabaret shows that she performed in – Villains, (Brisbane Powerhouse & QACI), Once Upon A Time (Toulouse Lautrec, London), and Lesbian Love Stories (Brisbane Powerhouse & RPAC).Michelle Lamarca is known for her wide variety of performances. regularly working as a singer, cabaret performer, roving street artist, Drag King, musical theatre performer, Actor and Clown. Some roles include Anita/West Side Story, Fanny Brice/Funny Girl, Julius Caesar/William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Michelle was recently seen in The Company Of Sinners, sold out dark cabaret God Is In The House for the 2021 Melt Festival. Michelle performs regularly as Rocky V Liqour in the comedy drag cabaret Fabulosity.For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=72https://www.facebook.com/TheLocalLes/https://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
Tammy Weller of the Wynnum Fringe Since graduating in 2006 from the University of Southern Queensland with a Bachelor of Theatre Arts majoring in Acting, Tammy has worked has an actor, producer, and writer around Australia.Her acting credits include The Grand// (White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble), Single Admissions (Lazy Young and Talented/The Good Room/ Metro Arts), Fastest Clock in the Universe (THAT production company), Twelfth Night (Fractal Theatre) and The Reunion (Metro Arts Independents). She has completed several tours around Queensland and Victoria for deBase productions (Fly In Fly Out, Popping Lead Balloons) and a Queensland tour for Lightwire productions (Thoughts Have Feelings Too, Spirit of the Mask).Tammy holds a Graduate Diploma in Arts majoring in Writing, Publishing and Editing from the University of Queensland. She has written for Youth Arts Queensland blog, Critical Mass website and ArtsHub. Tammy’s first full length play Single Admissions/// was performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, and at Metro Arts as part of the Allies program in 2010. It was nominated for six Matilda Awards including Best Independent Production and Best New Australian Work.Tammy has worked as a workshop facilitator for the University of Southern Queensland, the Roma Street Holiday program and Queensland Theatre Company. Tammy also works as a remedial massage therapist. She enjoys spending her free time interpretive dancing. For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=70www.instagram.com/tam_adelehttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
An Evening of Song with Those Folk with Lawrence Menard Tickets: $30 Adult, $25 Concession Day: Friday 19th NovemberTime: 7pmDuration: 90 mins Lawrence Menard (USA) and Clare Quinn (AUS) are the transpacific troubadours known as ‘Those Folk’. With Lawrence’s Cajun beginnings and Californian upbringing melding with Clare’s grounding in Australian folk music, their musical inspiration is diverse and ever expanding. They met on the streets of Edinburgh, Scotland and have been an inseparable duo ever since.Imagine Americana legends Gillian Welch & Dave Rawlings, with a dynamic twist. Their intimate stage show is constantly evolving with the introduction of new instruments and dynamic songs. Vocal harmonies are featured alongside guitar, octave mandolin, banjo, accordion, harmonica, and percussion. Their uplifting, thought-filled lyrics tell tales of travels, love, nostalgia and hope. Their musical talent and heartfelt, compassionate view of life shines through in each and every original composition.Their genuine stage presence and joyful melodies will have you smiling right from the start and all the way through the encore. For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=98https://thosefolk.com/https://open.spotify.com/artist/4fhRSe7byT6ZWk8vDsu53q?si=6EPLVK3TRMCLLZHMV_7PjQ&dl_branch=1https://instagram.com/thosefolkhttps://www.facebook.com/thosefolkhttps://thosefolk.bandcamp.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfY8X9y7LiRGhpeeDIaSGWghttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
Home Among the Gum Trees with Leena Salim Ticket Pricing: Adult $30, Concession $25Venue: Wynnum Library Meeting RoomDay: Saturday 20th, Sunday 21stTime: Sat 5pm, Sun 1pmDuration: 60 mins We live our lives moving forwardBut we only understand it when looking backwards…An hour of quirky and amusing anecdotes of her long journey searching for home; from a tiny city-island of Singapore to the world's biggest island, Australia.This hour-long show also comprises jazz-interpretations of popular Australian songs.Born to the sounds of Singapore, Leena Salim’s childhood home was filled with songs from the transistor radio. Now based in Brisbane, Leena’s voice has evolved into the mature, soulful, elegant resonance of a modern day jazz vocalist. A girl born with an insatiable desire to take to the stage, Leena possesses that rare twinkle in her eye that immediately reflects the makings of a star.From stage musicals to headlining an acclaimed cabaret club, club stints to becoming the youngest award-winning comedy actress at the Asian Television Awards, from dinner theatres to being one of the top cross-over artistes in Singapore were all part of Leena’s rise to stardom in her home country that have made her who she is today. For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=74https://www.facebook.com/leenasalimfanpagehttps://www.reverbnation.com/leenasalimbandhttps://www.instagram.com/leenasalimfanpagehttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
Arias in the Afternoon with Mirusia Venue: WBLC AuditoriumTicket Price: Adult $49Days: Saturday 20th NovemberTime: 1:30pmDuration: 60 mins World Renowned Australian Soprano, Mirusia, will perform some of the world’s favourite arias, classical songs and classics from her famous Songbook as part of the Wynnum Fringe Festival.Brisbane born Mirusia Louwerse, is the youngest winner of the Dame Joan Sutherland singing competition and rose to international fame and attention performing as the Star Soprano with Andre Rieu in his concert Spectaculars worldwide for over a decade. Mirusia will be accompanied by Shane Calderbank on piano.A rare, intimate afternoon of glorious arias sung by Australia’s songbird. For tickets or more information:https://www.wynnumfringe.com/tickets/?EventID=110https://instagram.com/mirusialouwersehttps://www.twitter.com/mirusiahttps://play.spotify.com/artist/08h2fKRFeZyAjdcDFUOP2Chttps://www.youtube.com/mirusiamusichttps://wynnumfringe.comhttps://www.facebook.com/Wynnum-Fringe-110921904074925https://www.instagram.com/WynnumFringeBrisbane is getting a fringe festival! Adelaide has the world’s second largest fringe; Perth has the third. It is time for the Sunshine State to have its own and Wynnum Fringe will be its home!Podcast recorded and produced by TNC podcasting. Find out more at www.tncpodcasting.com
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