The Factory Community Centre and iEtiquette Incorporated present


9 March

Revolution: a dramatic and wide-reaching change in conditions, attitudes, or operations.

This will be a night to reach out and change people’s thoughts and attitudes.  Through thought provoking performances and a visual feast of entertainment, this evening will be a celebration of wonderful performances whilst raising much needed funds for two remarkable organizations, The Factory Community Centre, an organization with a 35 year history of supporting its community, and iEtiquette, Inc. a program for young and adult indigenous women to find their passion and re-establish their lives and careers.

The Village Performing Arts Centre, Australia’s premium Performing Arts Institution houses some the leading industry professionals as its teachers.  Flocks of professional TV and recording stars are also constant visitors to rehearse at its facility and full time students may one day be having coffee with Chris Brown or watching TIMOMATIC rehearsing his latest video.   The VPA have given their time, talent and effort to support these organizations.

Matt Lee as MC (Judge on So You Think You Can Dance)

Performances by: Prinnie Stevens (The Voice) – Briden Starr (X Factor) – Casey Burgess (previously of High Five) – Danni da Ros (The Voice) – Fourtunate (X Factor) – Rebecca (Bec) Tapia (Lead Singer in Burn the Floor) – Disco Nazis (previously Instant Bun & 4th in Australia’s Got Talent) – VPA singers Adina Herz & Maelin Anthony – VPA Dancers and friends, dancers from House of Performing Arts Wollongong and many more!

The evening of entertainment will also include gift bags for the VIP Area tickets and ALL ticket holders will be placed in the draw for some amazing gifts.

So join the Revolution – it will be a night to remember!