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Entertainers take to the streets for Wingham’s first Busker Muster | Manning River Times

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The Wingham CBD is the place to be on Saturday, April 11 when the town’s first Busker Muster takes place on Isabella Street. The busking competition has attracted 25 entrants, the youngest being only eight years old, and the oldest in his 80s. “We’ve had a really good response,” organiser Bill Beach said. “I was keen to get people who have never performed in public before.” Most of the buskers are from Wingham and Taree, with some from Gloucester and Forster, and most of them are musicians. Bill was originally hoping to have a mix of musicians, dancers, circus performers, bush poets and stand up comedians. The buskers will be split into two groups, with both groups performing…



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