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Nominees for the 2012 Golden Gibbo Award Announced
Monday, 16 April 2012 11:29

Nominees for the 2012 Golden Gibbo Award are:
  • Watson - Shakespeare Fight Club
  • Tie Her to the Tracks!
  • Aunty Donna: In Pantsuit.
  • Lessons with Luis presents Kidney Kingdom
  • Michael Williams' Mild Spectacular (in 3D)
In memory of the late, great Lynda Gibson, who passed away in 2004, the Golden Gibbo is awarded to a local, independent show that bucks trends and pursues the artist's idea more strongly than it pursues any commercial lure.

Past winners of the Golden Gibbo Award include:
2011: Geraldine Quinn - You're The Voice: Songs For The Ordinary By An Anthemaniac 2010: Sam Simmons and David Quirk - The Incident 2009: The List Operators 2008: The Suitcase Royale - The Ghosts of Ricketts Hill 2007: The Glass Boat 2006: Greg Bird Cliffy is Relaxed and Comfortable 2005: The Drowsy Drivers Keating! The Opera 2004: Jeremy & Jo Randerson Carry onRanderson / Eddie Perfect Angry Eddie


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