B Sharp has announced its line up for the first half of 2010. It’s a powerful combination of new writing and older classics by local and international writers, that will make audiences laugh, cry, talk, think and reflect on their place in the world around them.

The Sydney Fringe, a multidiscipline cultural event set within the theatres, galleries, clubs and public spaces of the inner west, and showcasing the independence and irreverence of Sydney’s creative community, today announced the opening of the submission process for the 2010 festival.

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