TOUGH UTE: The Crackup Sisters purchased their new Ford Ranger from Carpenter Automotive in Gatton.
TOUGH UTE: The Crackup Sisters purchased their new Ford Ranger from Carpenter Automotive in Gatton. Tom Threadingham

Crack Up Sisters return to the North Burnett

COMEDIAN group The Crackup Sisters will continue their year-long country Australia tour over the North Burnett this month, starting tonight (November 11) in Mundubbera.

In a statement, North Burnett Regional Council said the sisters will take their performance art and community development experience to local community halls with a variety show including local support acts.

The show is part of a project intended to make art accessible, real and relatable across non-traditional sectors, including health, sport and recreation, using art as a vehicle to help with recovery.

Dates:

Mundubbera Community Hall - Friday, November 11

Biggenden Memorial Hall - Saturday, November 12

Eidsvold Community Hall - Sunday, November 13

Gayndah Community Hall - Friday, November 18

Mt Perry Community Hall - Saturday, November 19

Monto Community Hall - Sunday, November 20

Market stalls open at 5pm.

Show starts 6.30pm sharp.


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