A NORPA Generator production in association with Arts Northern Rivers
From the team behind Railway Wonderland, Dreamland is NORPA’s new work to be performed at Eureka Hall in the rolling hills of the Byron Bay hinterland.
Small halls are hallowed ground for rural communities the country over. They are the gathering places for celebrations of births, deaths and marriages, of sporting victories and defeats, of concerts and picture shows, of debutante balls, blue light discos and school Christmas concerts, with scones and lamingtons and gallons of tea.
Within these halls the ghosts of generations danced and dance still – from the pioneering days of tree-felling to the coming of today’s tree-changers.
Small halls are monuments to the dance of life, where lovers meet on moonlit nights, dreams are made and broken and the dance goes on and on.
NORPA and an exciting creative collective bring the universal stories of our community halls to life in a glorious evening of music, laughter, dance and performance.
Step into our Dreamland at Eureka Hall!
Director/devisor Julian Louis
Writer/devisor Janis Balodis
Musical Director Shenzo Gregory
Limited capacity per performance
All weather event
This show will be performed at Eureka Hall, Cnr Eureka Rd/Federal Drive, Eureka.
We have been able to add an extra performance on Monday 28th November, 8pm. Tickets are now available for sale.
Please note there is a $3.30 booking fee per transaction (not per ticket) for all ticket purchases.
Dreamland is being made as part of Arts Northern Rivers If These Halls Could Talk project, and in collaboration with the Eureka Hall Committee and community. Dreamland is developed with the support of Arts NSW, Regional Arts NSW and Linnaeus Estate.
Photo: Megan Louis