The Top Spots fringe festival is a year long program of community led events, each funded through the STA Top Spots grant program.

Top Spots events will surprise and delight with an electric range of performances, exhibitions, artisan markets, workshops, poetry readings and more.  

Designed to restart and activate community spaces, each Top Spots event features locally determined community arts and cultural programs. 

ACE (Artist Country Exhibition) 24-26 September

Showcasing the work of seven emerging Artists. 

Acting workshops with Bonnie Curtis Projects and Free Roam Theatre 

Is Bridget possessed by the dance devil?⁠ ⁠Learn more and watch some pretty cool vids at  @bonniecurtisprojects

Sue Wallace of ImaginARTa – the Australian Puppet Centre will train in building large scale puppets with Leon Hendroff then create puppets with the community for events. Cockatoo by Leon Hendroff

The Waltz by David Cole

Way into their 70’s, Irene and Alf meet on a park bench. They still embrace life with gusto A play by David Cole.

Millicent Armstrong’s one Act Plays – rehearsed readings 

Dianna Nixon will produce & direct a cast of fine actors from the region – Heather Keens, Chris Carroll, Holly Ross – in rehearsed readings of Millicent Armstrong’s one act plays for the 2021 Gunning Arts Festival.

Speleo is a site-specific theatre event, planned for the heritage wooden dance floor in the Abercrombie Caves, between Bathurst and Goulburn. Local artists have been asked to create a performance for the space, reacting to the beauty of the caves. It will consist of new work in dance and performance created by the aforementioned artists.

Green Tape is an activist performance installation by Annemaree Dalziel leading the Sybil Disobedients, at the Earth Hour sculpture event on 27 March 2021 at Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens.

Contact Us

ao@southerntablelandsarts.com.au

0427 938 110 

Or by appointment at one of our Mobile Office locations

PO Box 1323 Goulburn 2580

ABN 67 208 214 681

We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the lands where we create, live & work.

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