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Kojonup Theatrical Society

Kojonup Theatrical Society is an amateur theatrical group that actively produces a wide range of high quality theatre works.

This group involves a wide range of abilities and age groups who are keenly encouraged to have ago at all aspects of production and performance work. The 'Koji Am Dram' often works in conjunction with other community groups such as the Men's Shed, the Southern Singers and the Historical Society. We believe in building an arts based culture in our community for everyone who is creatively and artistically inclined and we delight in sharing that with the wider community. Theatre and performance is a wonderful way to act belong and commit, to share like mindedness and develop talents and passions. Theatre is different to all other artistic ventures because it allows us as either spectator or participant to resemble who we are as humans the most closely, it is this makes it rewarding, relevant and cathartic. Why it is also a vital part of our rural community.

Web: www.facebook.com/kojonuptheatricalsociety

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