Alan Cumming to get fruity in Lismore on New Year’s Eve

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Award winning actor, best-selling author and Broadway star Alan Cumming will join Lismore Mayor Jenny Dowell in opening the annual Tropical Fruits Festival on New Year’s Eve in Lismore. Cumming is on his way to the rainbow region to perform his hit show ‘Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs’ at NORPA at Lismore City Hall on December 29 & 30 and will stay on to open the festival the following day.

Alan Cumming (OBE) is a Scottish actor, author and activist who has appeared in numerous films, television shows and plays. He has just finished filming the latest instalment of the TV series “The Good Wife” in which he plays a charismatic political campaign manager Eli Gold. His bestselling 2014 autobiography ‘Not My Father’s Son’ tells the emotional story of the brutal relationship with his abusive father when he was growing up and the later discoveries he made when filming the TV show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’. A campaigner for LGBT rights, Cumming has also been awarded for his contribution toward eliminating homophobia.

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His first performance at NORPA at Lismore City Hall on Tuesday 29 December will be preceded by a free community party, the end point for the annual Tropical Fruits street parade through Lismore’s CBD.

Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs
NORPA at Lismore City Hall
29 & 30 December, 8pm
Tickets: $66
Bookings: 1300 066 772 www.norpa.org.au

Tropical Fruits Festival and information
www.tropicalfruits.org.au

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