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EDIT 9 MARCH: WE REACHED OUR GOAL! Thank you so much to all the generous donors who are bringing folks to the theatre!
CuriousWorks wants to send 25 young people to see Launchpad: A Double Bill of new Western Sydney work at Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta on March 20th!
Support a young person today by donating a ticket. Theatre is often inaccessible to young people. We’re working with local youth organisations to invite (15 – 25yo) people from Western Sydney who can’t afford to buy them.
If we can raise $750, we will send 25 young people to see their first play.
CuriousWorks, with Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta, has been supporting the development of Let Me Know When You Get Home, an LGBTQI+ coming of age of play by Miranda Aguilar, which is premiering alongside The Sorry Mum Project, by Pippa Ellams as part of the Launchpad Double Bill. Launchpad is a great platform for up-and-coming Western Sydney voices, and we know how inspiring it can be for young people to see artists from the area. We’re prioritising making tickets more accessible to Western Sydney young people who are from CALD and First Nations backgrounds, low income households, and/or LGBTQI+.
If you’re interested in supporting young people engaging the arts, please donate! $30 will buy a young person a ticket. Just write FOR LAUNCHPAD TICKETS under special instructions when you donate. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
All proceeds donated for this cause go directly to send young people to the theatre. All donations over $2 are tax-deductible.