Presented by Mira Chorik, Kelli Dendle, Come Dance and Anywhere Festival Moreton Bay.
Lines of loss, lines of gain and the marks of time. Movement, music, mortality and the story of the body. Sometime Soon is a show about wisdom and where to find it told through the real-life stories of eight older local community members.
After the show, stay for an engaging discussion on current research into living well throughout the lifespan and how the creative arts can influence health and wellbeing from cradle to grave. Enjoy some hot tea and light refreshments with the cast and creators.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This work is a performing arts space dedicated to acknowledging loss and to the practice of remembrance as a life-affirming endeavour. It contains themes of loss, death, dying and suicide.
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We are a small group of performing artists interested in meaningful conversation, dance for wellbeing throughout the lifespan, and stimulating social change through the telling of untold stories. We come from diverse backgrounds in the visual and performing arts, music, dance, education, counselling, occupational therapy and social gerontology. Sometime Soon will shift perspectives, challenge stereotypical views, counter ageism and celebrate the valuable contributions older people make to communities everywhere.
This performance is at North Lakes Community Centre in North Lakes.
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Dance, Performance Art, Poetry / Spoken Word, Theatre
Total tickets per show
North Lakes Community Centre
Date & Time
3 June @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Relaxed performances, Suitable for audiences with English as a second language, Wheelchair accessible toilet
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30 mins prior to show
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Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we present Anywhere Festival, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, Turrbal and Yuggera Peoples. We wish to pay respect to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their stories continue to play.