After a sold-out season of one-act plays (thanks again for your attendance), we immediately had to ‘bump out’ all of the theatre and gallery’s belongings to various storage locations.
Thanks again, again, to those who helped out on the day. Many hands made light work and everyone did an excellent job. Also to those who couldn’t make it and let us know, thanks.
Since then, a lighting grid has been installed over the performance space, 5.3 metres off the ground. (pics coming soon)
The floor is being sanded as we speak, to get rid of the basketball markings – not a necessity for the performance space – and the ‘sacrificial floor’ (stage) will be laid again after that. Fingers crossed it will be laid as we had it before.
It’s all very exciting that theatre and performance, exhibition and visual arts are finally getting a home after all these years.
The longer term plans for the site are a cultural and civic arts facility run by the Shire, expanded library and improved surfing museum so there will be a LOT of works around the area for a few years to come. This WILL mean disruption, change and interruptions – but we’re all familiar with that now, aren’t we!
We greatly appreciate all your support not only for TTT but for the arts in the Shire.