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Founding member, Chris Steele performing on stage

 

Since 2000, the GACCI Players have been staging live theatrical performances to the delight of the Gloucester community.

Born out of GACCI’s long-running Shakespeare Festival, founding members, Tim Wescott, Chris Steele and Rod Burrows began the group as a comedic addition to the well-known festival and it has since continued to evolve. The players are volunteer members of the community with a diverse range of performance experience from professional to novice.

Some Players have been part of one-off productions, some part of several, while others have been involved since the beginning.

The group is always looking for new members to assist in productions with anything from behind the scenes work to on-stage performance.

 

GACCI Players Productions


 

Become a GACCI member

If you are interested in the arts, why not join our creative group of volunteers?

Everyone is welcome to join. Annual membership is $10 per year. 

Members benefits: Discounts on ticketed events presented by GACCI and access to 'The Drum' GACCI's monthly newsletter.

You can join or renew using PayPal by clicking the PayPal logo and filling out the form, in person at the Gloucester Gallery or via direct deposit*    

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Direct deposit to account name: GACCI - BSB: 932-000 - Account Number: 500190978

*Please use your name as reference and email treasurer@gloucester-arts.com.au to confirm.

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live, the Gathang-speaking people, and pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who now reside in the Gloucester region. We extend our respect to elders past and present, and to all future cultural-knowledge holders. 


GACCI Secretary: secretary@gloucester-arts.com.au  -   Gloucester Gallery Director: gallery@gloucester-arts.com.au   -  Post: 25 Denison Street, Gloucester, NSW 2422              

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