THE lineup for the Frankston Arts Centre’s 2021 season has been unveiled.
The 2021 program was revealed at an event last week. Highlights on the 2021 calendar include the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Sydney Dance Company’s Impermanence, Opera Australia’s Carmen, new works performed by The Australian Ballet School, and a production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
The season launch event was hosted by Jimmy Rees, best known by his stage name Jimmy Giggle.
Frankston Arts Centre head of programming, Tammy Ryan, said “as 2021 unfolds and after working with artists, touring companies and arts organisations we are delighted that many of the shows originally scheduled to perform in 2020 are once again able to return to Frankston as part of this year’s program.”
To find out more about the Arts Centre’s 2021 shows visit www.thefac.com.au or phone 9784 1060.