The Nati Frinj is a community festival held bi-annually in the small township of Natimuk in the Grampians. The festival is back in 2017 with a huge range of fun exhibitions and events.
The Nati Frinj is a mix of live music, performing and visiual arts, exhibitions, workshops, markets and so much more!
Nati Frinj – 2017 Dates & Schedule, Natimuk Festival Grampians, Victoria
Dusk: Dusk is a large scale outdoor performance work that changes every evening of the Nati Frinj Biennale. Each night the largest stage in the region, the Natimuk silos, will come alive with aerial performance, interactive projections, shadow puppetry, photography and music.
Petty Sessions: Live art intervention and an immersive performance that brings the past to life through an interactive enactment of the historical Arapiles Court House sessions.
The Breadmaker’s Carnival: A surreal, lively, comic, musical, edible carnival based on the critically acclaimed book of the same name by author and performer Andrew Lindsay.
Possible Not: A collaboration between invited circus group Asking for Trouble, the Wimmera Women’s Circus and local youth gymnasts. This show will unpack our perception of our boundaries using Circus as a symbol/metaphor for human potential, and humour as a tool for social change. The results will from a series of street shows and a 30min performance in the Soldiers Memorial Hall.