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Raffertys Theatre


04 April 2018

Event Type

Cinema Screening

Presented by FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres


A documentary by Sue Healey

An insight into the art of ageing.

Featuring post-screening Q&A with renowned filmmaker/choreographer Sue Healey

Join us for this special screening of the award-winning short dance film as part of the NSW Seniors Festival.

The GOLDS (Growing Old Disgracefully) are a group of people from Canberra aged 60 – 90 years, who after retiring from a diversity of careers, now live to dance. Breaking stereotypes, The GOLDS shines the spotlight on the intelligence and insight that age can bring.

Classification: G

Dates & Times:
Wednesday April 4 at 12 noon

Free, but booking is essential. Places are limited – Book early to avoid disappointment.

Image by Sue Healey

Ticket Options

All tickets $Free


Approximately 1 hour (No interval, including Q&A)

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