Tuesday 11 October 2020 | 11am
Hangi in the Country IV – Cancelled
This year’s art exhibition has expanded to Art & Craft and the main theme this year is…. Recycled Art align with this year’s National Recycling Week
Online Submissions will be available soon with major prizes to be won for:
- Best Recycled Art Prizes;
- Best Sunflower-themed Artwork
- Best Sunflower-themed Craft piece
- Viewer’s Choice
So in the meantime…get crafting & creative
Country Witches Association
Thursday 19 November | 7:30pm
From one half of the team that brought ‘Women Like Us’ to our region in 2019, this community-building comedy/music show draws Country Women’s Association members every time it tours the bush. Irish folk musician Àine Tyrrell and Australia’s beloved comedian Mandy Nolan whip up plenty of audience participation via a meeting ‘agenda’ that is a riotous and heartfelt homage to the CWA’s role: bringing support, connection… and hysterical observations of everyday dilemmas. The perfect outing for office Christmas parties!
Saturday 5 December | 7:30pm
Liverpool Plains Australia Day Awards & Citizenship Ceremony
International Women’s Night
Friday 26 March 2021 | 8pm
In 1852, the emigrant ship Ticonderoga limped into Port Melbourne after a nightmare voyage from England in which nearly 200 of her passengers had died of typhus. Her saga of tragedy, loss and heroism gripped the people of our young nation like nothing before.
Michael Veitch performs his one-man show from the perspective of the young ship’s surgeon (Veitch’s great-great grandfather) who bravely nursed many sick passengers back to health. A dark story told utilising Michael’s wry sense of humour.
Friday 2 July 2021
Doors Open: 7pm
Performance at 7:30pm
The Little Prince
Friday 30 July 2021
An adventure following the journey of a curious prince as he explores the universe. Leaving behind his tiny planet, he flies through the stars to meet odd characters and discovers that adults have some very silly ideas about things that really matter! With messages about kindness, connection and caring for our environment, this is adapted from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s 1943 novella. The mix of puppets, human performers and inventive staging allows the audience’s imagination to float to the stars and will stimulate conversations between children and adults.
Themes: 5-12 years and adults