Thank you Frankston!

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After 17 days and 83 performances through the nooks and crannies of Frankston, the 2015 Frankston Anywhere Festival is now over. We’d like to thank Frankston City Council for making it all possible for us to present the festival for a second year in a row.

Wed like to thank the incredible local businesses who provided rent free performance spaces for independent performers. This includes the Frankston City Council spaces (Mechanics Institute, Cube 37, Frankston Arts Centre, Well Street Mall, Frankston Library) and all the incredible local businesses who hosted performances and the performers who made it all possible:Eeny Meeny, Stereo Espresso, Lord & Master Barber, Fresh Start Organic Cafe, Yoga-Me, Guitar Village Australia, Nichols Crowder Real Estate, Best Legs In Town, Humdinger,  Mulberry Hill Estate, Thursday Farmer Markets and Sunday Trash and Treasure Market and Ballam Park Homestead.

To the presenters, producers and performers who helped make all the shows possible to present Access Arts Victoria, Paul Culliver, Dash and D’Bree, The Dig Collective, A Sunburnt History, Circular Junction, Lauren Bok, LYDT and Yellow Wheel, Australian Dance Theatre, the indirect object, Good Show, Melbourne Writers Festival, Little Sister Projects and Devise Co.

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Good luck to everyone heading onto Melbourne Fringe with shows premiered at Frankston Anywhere Festival.

Thank you to all the media outlets who covered the festival, from Mint, Time Out, Concrete Playground, Frankston Leader, Frankston Times, The Age, 774 ABC, 3RPP, Crikey, The Australian, Australian Arts Review and much more. Thank you!

Thank you to the Anywhere Reviewers and Photographers, in particular Melissa Learmonth, Glenn Rollinson, Mairi Neil and Andrea Louise Thomas for their dedication in getting to as much as humanly possible during the festival.

We wish everybody the best for the rest of the year and look forward to seeing you again very soon!

Paul Osuch and Ally McTavishAnywhere Festival

  • Image of Good Show at Humdinger by Anywhere Photographer Glenn Rollinson
  • Video of The Butterfly Surgeons provided by Arts Access Victoria.

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