CONVERSATIONS: LEIGH OSWIN

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Event Venue

Princess Theatre

Event Dates & Times

  • Wed, Apr 21 2021 5:30pm

Running Time

60 minutes

Notes

Please note this event is in the Princess Theatre Upstairs Foyer.

Please refrain from attending this event if you are feeling unwell or are carrying respiratory symptoms.

On entry, patrons will be required to check-in via the Check In Tas app. Please download it prior to arrival.

Seating at this event is in a Covid-safe arrangement.

No filming or photography permitted.

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CONVERSATIONS: LEIGH OSWIN

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Join us for an insightful evening as we go into Conversation with one of Launceston's most rich and devilish theatre voices - Leigh Oswin.

Leigh has been heavily involved in the Northern Tasmanian theatre sector for the past two decades, producing works with the majority of Northern Theatre Companies.

Formally trained with a Master of Fine Arts in Theatre (2007) and a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with First Class Honours (2004) from the University of Tasmania, Leigh was also an Olympic Selector for Gymnastics Australia for the Rio 2016 Olympics and is a current Judge with the Theatre Council of Tasmania.

Leigh’s acting credits include Very Still & Hard to See, Anatomy of a Suicide (IO Performance), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Launceston Players), Savages (Per.sona/Mudlark), Disclosed, Shakespeare at Clarendon (Three River Theatre), Art, The Monster’s Apprentice (CentrStage), The Bridesmaid Must Die! (Ulverstone Repertory) and various One Day Projects (Mudlark).

Leigh’s directing credits include Stressica (Happy Habits), It Happened One Day (Mudlark), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Launceston Musical Society), Our Town & The Season at Sarsaparilla (Three River Theatre), The Goat… or Who is Sylvia?, A Man with Five Children, The Bridesmaid Must Die! (CentrStage), Hamletmachine as well as his own Scripted, He and On the Death of Character (University of Tasmania).

Leigh’s direction of Our Town was recognised by the Theatre Council of Tasmania at the 2019 Theatre Awards winning Best Director - Community Theatre.

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Our semi-regular 'Theatre Drinks' will be folded into this Conversation! Come for the Conversation and refreshment, and then why not head out to see the Launceston Players' production The Bridesmaid Must Die (directed by Leigh!) afterwards?

Entry is free to Friends of Theatre North, but please register via the ticketing button.

Prices

Ticket Pricing

  • $15 - All General Public Tickets
  • Free - to Friends of Theatre North

Bookings are essential. Please note this event is in the Princess Theatre Upstairs Foyer.

Please refrain from attending this event if you are feeling unwell or are carrying respiratory symptoms.

On entry, patrons will be required to check-in via the Check In Tas app. Please download it prior to arrival.

This event adheres to all current public health mandates, including physically distanced seating.

A processing fee of $6 applies to tickets purchased online. This is a per transaction fee, not per ticket fee, which will be applied at the end of your purchase.