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Host Families and Volunteers Needed with The Lieder Theatre
An event every week that begins at 12:00am on Monday and Friday, repeating until May 31, 2019
Be a part of our international program in 2019!!
For those of you who were part of Periphery last year, you’ll already know what a magical experience it is to have international guests at the theatre and in our lives and homes, if only for a short period of time.
We have another exciting international program planned for 2019. It was upon Teatr Brama’s glowing recommendation and now enduring love for Goulburn and our community that we are able to welcome our guests from abroad this year, and we’d like to once again showcase our wonderful hospitality and warmth.
We’re looking for your help with the following:
Accommodation – a host family to accommodate Arti Grabowski from Wednesday 6th February for approximately one week
Transport – someone to collect Arti from Sydney airport in the early evening of Wednesday 6th February
Food – people to provide meals for Arti (lunch and dinner) in their home, at the theatre, or perhaps downtown (this would be a great opportunity to get to know Arti on a more personal level)
More Food – people to contribute food towards a supper on Saturday 9th February
Excursions – people who might enjoy sharing some sight-seeing or cultural experiences with Arti (e.g. the beach, Canberra, Bungonia Gorge etc.), or who may be available to transport Arti to other theatre groups (most likely Canberra)
In the April school holidays we will host a children’s theatre company from Nepal. More details about their visit, including the program of performances and workshops, will be available soon.
We will be hosting 3 adults and 12 children aged 10-12 years old, many of whom will be on their very first international trip.
We are currently seeking families who may be interested in hosting some of our guests from Nepal from approximately Easter Saturday 20th April for one week (exact flight details yet to be confirmed). You would be providing accommodation, breakfasts, and some evening meals. In return you’ll get to know some wonderful young theatre makers, and help make memories to cherish for many years to come.
More details about hosting our Nepalese visitors will be discussed at an information session in early March when we have more details about their trip and the program of events.
If you have any questions, would like to express an interest, or want to get involved in either of these exciting opportunities, please contact Amelia Whalley-Routley on 0403 217 120, email [email protected] or get in touch via Facebook