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Members statement: Prahran Arts events

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
21 June 2022

I recently attended two events in Prahran: the National Institute of Circus Arts’ first live performance for several years, Eclipse, and also Melbourne Polytechnic’s diploma of theatre arts’ Playing House, or the Importance of Love. Well done to all students involved. They were fantastic shows. It really shows that there is a strong future for thriving creative industries in the Prahran electorate and hopefully a future with a thriving arts and education precinct on the Prahran TAFE site.

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
21 June 2022
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