This Friday June 22nd, the Esperance Civic Centre will be hosting the annual Esperance Anglican Community School production.
The Next Big Thing presents an engaging story which explores what it takes to create something worthwhile.
Join the cast of talented young performers from Esperance Anglican Community School as they bring The Next Big Thing to life on the Civic Centre stage as part of the School’s 10th Anniversary celebrations.
Meet Douglas, a creative soul trying to make his way in the corporate world.
When his demanding Boss issues him with the challenge of coming up with “The Next Big Thing” Douglas embarks on a journey to discover what really matters in life.
This energetic and original show is a celebration of song, dance and drama and will introduce you to some hilarious characters you won’t forget in a hurry.
An entertaining and inspiring story the whole family will enjoy!
The production is rated G and is due to start at 6:30pm.
Tickets are selling fast so book now online at Trybooking.com or phone 0428 786 033.
Tickets will be $16-$20 for the show, which is expected to last around 1 hour 20 minutes.
Coming up in July is NAIDOC and French week. NAIDOC week runs from the 8-15th of July.
Official opening celebrations will be Monday morning the 9th, keep your eye out for the fantastic banners displayed throughout the streets of Esperance, stunning images of Esperance created by local indigenous artists.
This year the French week will be celebrating its 30th anniversary of the Twin town exchange with Ile de Re︠. Saturday the 14th – at the Bijou Theatre the movie ‘Marguerite’ will be screened.
Enjoy a night of nibbles and some fun pre-film entertainment.
The Esperance Cycling Club will be hosting the Southern Ports Tour d’ Esperance with a Criterium Race at 3pm on Saturday afternoon and a Handicap Race on the Sunday at 8am, presentations will be made at the Museum Village Markets, Sunday 8:30-12:30pm.
Cyclists of all skill levels are encouraged to participate – get in the spirit of French week by registering via contacting Andy on 0457 530 794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.