Showing posts from March, 2018

FREE singing workshop at Birregurra Hall for Festival of Small Halls Birregurra ticket holders - Sunday 8th April 2018


ACTING OUT - Whispers of a Building. A free drama workshop and performance.

Acting Out – Whispers in a Building What if Birregurra Hall’s tight corners reverberated with all the whispers and conversations that once took place within its walls? What would they say? Join Linnet Hunter in a 2-hour intensive drama development session using game-playing techniques. You will be bouncing off prompts collected from community interviews to explore improvised dialogues with a sense of play and irreverence. Some of these will be performed as part of Birregurra Hall’s live art event on Sat 28th April. You don’t need any prior experience, or even be focused on acting. You just need to be willing to get involved – to enquire and experiment. Two workshops are available. You can register for one or both – same outline – different outcomes. Each session will include games for actors and non-actors, tableau, collaborative dialogue development, creating short scenes from a variety of prompts, laughter and play. Participants will learn the first key steps of:

Get your tickets for Birregurra's Festival of Small Halls - 3.30pm Sunday 8th April 2018

Woodfordia Inc  in partnership with Port Fairy Folk Festival and the National Folk Festival presents CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE TICKETS  or grab them offline at Dymond & Dymond (Main St Birregurra) or at Birregurra Community Health Centre. Click for more info about Festival of Small Halls ABOUT CLAIRE ANNE TAYLOR   Taylor crafts soulful folk songs that capture both the beautiful and dark elements of the human experience. Her music ranges from warm, mesmerising ballads to epic anthems. With vivid storytelling, colossal vocals and a powerfully captivating stage presence, her live shows leave the audience in no doubt that they have just witnessed something extraordinary. After winning the Byron Bluesfest Busking Competition, Taylor relocated to Byron Bay to record her debut album, Elemental. Released in 2016, Elemental received widespread critical acclaim with The Sydney Morning Herald describing it as “strong and assured”, FATEA Magazine calling it “excep

Colac Otway Arts Trail - 17th & 18th March 2018

The Colac Otway Arts trail has been developed by a dedicated of group of volunteers. All are practising artists who are extremely passionate about developing the arts in the Colac Otway Shire on many levels. Their dedication has allowed this trail to happen. With over 60 places to visit on the trail. Showcasing Galleries, studios, pop ups, public art treasures, demonstrations and workshops they have created an Arts Map of the Region. They believe they have only touched the surface of the incredible and diverse pool of creative people and groups who are the "hidden treasures" of the Otways. More info at: