Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 - No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability

The historic Queen’s Theatre is set to come to life this Adelaide Fringe Festival with over 120 performances across three fabulous weeks from Friday 24 February to Sunday 18 March.

Festivities are kicking off with a special Opening Night Party and Gala Performance. 

Join in the fun and soak up the atmosphere on Friday 24th February from 9.00pm in the Garden bar & Retro Lounge.

This year the Queen’s theatre features three contemporary performance spaces:

  • The art-filled Theatre
  • The Outdoor Garden Bar
  • The Late Night Lounge
All housed in the iconic architectural shell of Australia’s oldest mainland theatre. Each space has its own zeitgeist.

Opening night Gala Performance

Got a taste for the unexpected? Indulge in our Gala Showcase at 10.30pm.

For only $5.00 you can sample bites of what’s on offer across all three Queens Theatre venues throughout Fringe 2012. Featuring:

Ad Nauseum
presented by Attic Erratic

Horse
presented by Flick Ferdinando

Eric
presented by Vicious Fish Theatre

& States of Desire
presented by Encore Arts featuring Jennifer DeGrassi

The Queen’s Theatre 2012 Fringe Programme is presented by No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability.

The Queen’s Theatre, Corner, Playhouse Lane & Gilles Arcade, Adelaide.

Proudly supported by Bespoke Hospitality - Seamless Service Delivery, Attention to Detail and Creative Solutions.

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No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability


No Strings Attached creates original theatre through the unique perspectives of our disabled artists and performers.

We produce locally, tour nationally and discover new talent in weekly workshops tailored to the individual needs of participants. We develop members' skills in all areas of theatre production, and produce work which raises awareness for and about people with disabilities.

No Strings Attached was established in 1993 by performer, writer and entrepreneur Helen Flinter Leach. Our mission is to lead the way in training, services and opportunities for disabled artists by creating world class theatre, and we support members to develop career paths in the performing arts.

We value entertainment and advocacy, individuality and community, unity and diversity. And we especially appreciate humour.
Venue Manager: Kathryn Sproul
P: 0419 819 098
W: www.facebook.com/pages/Queens-Theatre-Fringe-2012/366266306723522

Bespoke Hospitality



Bespoke Hospitality is an Event Management and Consultancy partnership focussing on Food and Wine and Arts and Community events. Based in Adelaide, South Australia, founding partners Peta-Anne Louth and Jacinta Warnest pride themselves on their local networks and knowledge, as well as extensive experience in almost all aspects of hospitality.

Bespoke Hospitality is all about getting it right. Having worked in the industry for a combined 40 years Peta-Anne and Jacinta can help you acknowledge the importance of every point of contact with the customer, ensuring you don’t let your clients (and yourselves) down.

Their motto is “Seamless Service Delivery, Attention to Detail and Creative Solutions”. And with that Bespoke Hospitality ensure an event created in partnership with you, which will be remembered for years to come.

Peta-Anne Louth
P: 0422088021
W: www.bespokehospitality.com.au/

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