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Bleach* Returns to the Southern Gold Coast in April

Posted on Friday, March 01, 2019

The Gold Coast’s premier arts and culture festival, Bleach* is returning from 17 to 28 April, bigger and better than ever.


Bleach* celebrates the city’s most dynamic and adventurous artists, welcomes renowned Australian and international collaborators and uses the Gold Coast’s world-famous natural landscape as unconventional venues.

From dance to theatre, music and installations, the event will bring 32 events to the city, with the Southern Gold Coast also playing host to a number of events.

The Collectors
Two sisters, Sprig and Magnolia, will bring an uplifting theatre experience for children aged 5–10 years to the Gold Coast Airport Arrivals on 18 and 19 April.

Water Songs – Songs of our Waterways
Water Songs – Songs for the Waterways is a magical, musical concert series, which will serenade us from the canals, creeks and channels of Currumbin on 20 and 23 April.

Nyala Bulahbu Gali
A conversation, a ceremony, a cuppa tea, a song and a deeper understanding of Indigenous cultural frameworks will be held at Dust Temple on 22 April.

The Spirit of Churaki – Album Launch
Join The Spirit of Churaki band after the final conversation at Nyala Bulahbu Gali for a free performance on 22 April.

Agapi and Other Kinds of Love: A Work in Progress
Join Australian poet and rapper, Luka Lesson, for an evening previewing excerpts from his work-in-development, Agapi and Other Kinds of Love on 23 April at Currumbin’s Dust Temple.

The Soldier’s Wife with the HOTA Choir
The Soldier’s Wife will tell the stories of hundreds of women whose partners have served in conflict through song, accompanied by The HOTA Choir on 23 April at Currumbin RSL.

Wild City: Workshop Series
Wild City is a performance art project held on 28 April in Tugun that invites you to engage creatively with wild nature, within our daily urban lives.

For more details about Bleach* Festival including the full program, visit the website at www.bleachfestival.com.au.


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