“WHEEL OF FORTUNES”
Fills one of the Largest Wheat Bins in W.A. with Dance
The final instalment of Future Landings, a collection of three regional WA contemporary dance performances, will see the Hopetoun, Ravensthorpe and Jerdacuttup communities come together for ‘Wheel of Fortunes’, performing two shows in the iconic
CBH Jerdacuttup Wheat Bin on Saturday 12th October at 7 pm and 8 pm.
Aimee Smith is an award winning choreographer and dance artist working locally and internationally.
Together with writing facilitator, Nicola-Jane Le Breton, from Denmark, Smith has choreographed Wheel of Fortunes,
creating a unique journey for the residents of Hopetoun, Ravensthorpe and Jerdacuttup to relate to.
Wheel of Fortunes will be performed entirely by local people and is scripted from local writing.
Tickets are available from both Hopetoun and Ravensthorpe CRC’s and ticket price includes free bus transport from Hopetoun and Ravensthorpe
a 3 course meal (catered by the Jerdacuttup Community Association) entry to the performance at the Wheat Bin and entertainment back at the newly renovated Jerdacuttup Hall.
Heartstrings Trio from Denmark will be playing a selection of folk, jazz, tango, contemporary and original music, throughout the evening.
2 viewings of the performance at the Jerdacuttup Wheat Bin one at 7.00 pm and one at 8.00 pm.
The performance will be staged over 4 platforms and will run for approx. 45 minutes. Good idea to bring a coat for when you are in the Wheat Bin.
Due to catering and bus and venue restrictions we are encouraging people to book early so they don’t miss out. All enquires to Ainsley Foulds 0427 383078.