Lighthouse Theatre manager Greg Diamantis in front of the new scrolling sign that signals the upcoming opening of the state-of-the-art facility.THE new LED screen circling the Lighthouse Theatre doesn’t lie — the state-of-the-art entertainment facility is indeed opening soon.
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On April 21, the theatre will host Shine — The Opening Celebration, which will feature modern orchestra Deep Blue and a range of other surprises that are being kept under wraps.

Deep Blue is just one of the acts that will grace the new dual-stage venue, with many more to be announced on Wednesday at the official launch of the theatre season.

The full program will be unveiled at the Warrnambool Art Gallery from 6pm and for Lighthouse Theatre manager Greg Diamantis it’s the first step in the run-up to opening night.

“I’m really excited to let people know about the range of fantastic Australian artists we’ll have in the theatre in the next eight months,” he said.

Opera, dance, Australia’s flagship theatre companies and top musicians, will feature with Diamantis promising “something for everyone”. Part of that will be the Fuse Fringe Theatre season, which will utilise the new upstairs Lighthouse Studio and feature a program that Diamantis described as “cutting edge, controversial, quirky and comic”.

With two stages boasting all the mod-cons, the program is jam-packed to make the most of it, he said.

“We want to explore the capabilities of the new theatre space. At least one of the productions we wouldn’t have been able to host without this new facility.

“It’s an exciting and challenging time filled with anticipation to be able to show the Warrnambool community what this project has been all about.

“Also, our team has been feeling a little like gypsies. Council has been terrific but it’s going to be good to have a place to call home again.”

[email protected]南京夜网.auTHE new LED screen circling the Lighthouse Theatre doesn’t lie — the state-of-the-art entertainment facility is indeed opening soon.

On April 21, the theatre will host Shine — The Opening Celebration, which will feature modern orchestra Deep Blue and a range of other surprises that are being kept under wraps.

Deep Blue is just one of the acts that will grace the new dual-stage venue, with many more to be announced on Wednesday at the official launch of the theatre season.

The full program will be unveiled at the Warrnambool Art Gallery from 6pm and for Lighthouse Theatre manager Greg Diamantis it’s the first step in the run-up to opening night.

“I’m really excited to let people know about the range of fantastic Australian artists we’ll have in the theatre in the next eight months,” he said.

Opera, dance, Australia’s flagship theatre companies and top musicians, will feature with Diamantis promising “something for everyone”. Part of that will be the Fuse Fringe Theatre season, which will utilise the new upstairs Lighthouse Studio and feature a program that Diamantis described as “cutting edge, controversial, quirky and comic”.

With two stages boasting all the mod-cons, the program is jam-packed to make the most of it, he said.

“We want to explore the capabilities of the new theatre space. At least one of the productions we wouldn’t have been able to host without this new facility.

“It’s an exciting and challenging time filled with anticipation to be able to show the Warrnambool community what this project has been all about.

“Also, our team has been feeling a little like gypsies. Council has been terrific but it’s going to be good to have a place to call home again.”

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