Drought relief fundraising efforts continue to flood into Ballarat.
Cordelia’s Potted Operas will be putting on a performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance this weekend at Trades Hall in Camp Street, with proceeds going to the Ballarat Rotary Club’s drought appeal.
Speaking with Cordelia’s Potted Operas’ Darron Farquhar, he voiced his excitement about Saturday’s scheduled performances and important charitable impact they’re sure to have.
“We have pulled together talented performers from Ballarat and Melbourne to offer locals an opportunity to give support by filling the seats and enjoying the show,” said Mr Farquhar.
With only two performances, Mr Farquhar is encouraging everyone to get down and support Australia’s farmers struggling with the drought.
Saturdays performances will begin with the 2pm matinee, and culminate with the 7.30pm evening show.
Adult tickets $25, school-aged children $10.
Tickets at trybooking.com