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EastLink sponsors Frankston Arts Centre in 2022

EastLink is Frankston Arts Centre’s Principal Theatre Partner for 2022.

With Victoria returning to a sense of normality following the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns of 2020 and 2021, EastLink’s sponsorship will help Frankston Arts Centre reconnect with its audiences.

The performing arts sector was particularly impacted during the stop-start lockdowns and interstate border closures of 2020 and 2021, with performances unable to proceed for extended periods of time, frequently rescheduled and often cancelled completely.

Those performances that were able to proceed were mostly restricted to much smaller audiences than normal.

EastLink’s sponsorship funding will help Frankston Arts Centre deliver its Season 2022 program of performance.

Frankston Arts Centre’s Season 2022 is a curated program of performances carefully selected to provide audiences with diverse voices, stories and genres.

In addition to the sponsorship funding, EastLink will provide marketing support to Frankston Arts Centre, including emails to EastLink account holders about Season 2022 performances, and roadside billboards.

EastLink corporate affairs manager Doug Spencer-Roy said, “EastLink has supported Frankston Arts Centre since 2010.”

“Now we are privileged to be able to help Frankston Arts Centre reconnect with its audiences through a combination of new Australian work, thought-provoking classics retold, and surprising original creations.”

Frankston City Council manager arts & culture Tammy Ryan said, “EastLink’s support is invaluable in helping Frankston Arts Centre present a full range of theatre experiences to the community. We are delighted that EastLink values the arts and can assist us to reach more audiences and bring people safely to the theatre.”

Find out what’s on and buy tickets online at the Frankston Arts Centre website

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One of the largest outer metropolitan arts venues in Australia, Frankston Arts Centre was designed by renowned Australian Architect, Daryl Jackson, and incorporates an 800 seat theatre, five exhibition gallery spaces, a function centre, a 200 seat black box theatre, and a creative arts hub.

Its technical capabilities and 23m flytower literally place it above other venues in the area. It’s a preferred venue for many international touring companies and well-renowned artists, as well as iconic Australian arts organisations such as Sydney Dance Company, Opera Australian, Melbourne International Comedy Roadshow, and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

Frankston Arts Centre is proud to be the performance home to many local theatre companies, dance schools and local schools, providing a platform for young talent who aspire to a career in the arts.

Frankston Arts Centre's 800 seat theatre:

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