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The Catch Up.

The opening of the Gippsland Performing Arts Centre created the perfect opportunity to reconnect.

Apr 21, 2022


Words: Gippslandia

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Any excuse will do.

In early March, it was time to reconnect with dear friends as the Gippsland Performing Arts Centre (GPAC) opened to crowds eager to laugh, sing and cry together.

Before expectantly filing into the fresh 750-seat auditorium, many of the audience took the opportunity to shed the recent periods of isolation
to enjoy a fat chat, together. Undoubtedly, some of the tales shared were as engrossing as the initial acts appearing on the fancy new stage.

Clearly, the art of conversation is not lost here.

...the art of conversation is not lost here.

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