BREC and our Youth & Community Partner Bendigo Bank are excited to announce that the November instalment of FREE4YOUth with Bendigo Bank is set to kick off in The Cube, BREC's new theatre, featuring Rock n Roll High band Copyright.
Copyright consists of 4 members who are in early high school but rock well beyond their age. The band covers classics such as Queen, The Rolling Stones and Guns n Roses as well as current music hits.
Exclusively for High School students, FREE4YOUth with Bendigo Bank will be held straight after school on Thursday 27 November and promises 90 minutes of FREE live entertainment and activities.
Teens can turn up on the afternoon, enter through the new Box Office and head upstairs to The Cube. As well as live music by Rock n Roll high's Copyright there will be snacks, soft drink, games, competitions and giveaways from the Centre and Bendigo Bank.
BREC aims to inspire young people to be actively involved with the arts in their community by giving them the opportunity to enjoy live theatre through the plethora of high calibre shows on offer.
FREE4YOUth with Bendigo Bank is just one of the many initiatives in place as a result of BREC's partnership with Bendigo Bank. These initiatives aim to make the performing arts more accessible to the South West's youth community. A strong focus is to provide young people with a socially inclusive environment where they can experience the performing arts in a way they otherwise would not be able to.