Posted by: Richard | March 17, 2014



disAPPEARance is often associated with Weereewa/Lake George – drownings, quick sand, the comings and goings of the water, the vanishing footprints of centuries under layers of silt. And so it is a perfect artistic  point from which to begin an exploration of the lake. We’ve chosen this as the title of one of our Weereewa – a Festival of Lake George performances. The Company is joined by guest artists from Taiwan and Malaysia and presents an absorbing and emotionally engaging dance work exploring the many aspects of disappearance on this remarkable landscape.

The  performance is  on Sunday 23 March at 4pm. It is scheduled to be on the lake at SiIver Wattle Quaker Centre, 1063 Lake Road Bungendore.

Audience members should take the usual care when driving down Lake Road. There is always wildlife on the road, anything form wallabies and wombats to alpacas, birds, lizards, snakes, sheep and horses. This is particularly so at the end of the day. Slow speeds are advised. The road is dirt for most of the way so your car will also thank you for cautious driving. From Canberra allow about an hour to get to Silver Wattle and to make your way onto the lake.



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