Candice McLeod & Anactoria

16th December to 17th December 06:30 pm - 04:00 pm

Candice McLeod’s music, once described as ‘Australian Soul’ offers raw, power-driven vocals with soft and soulful folk undertones.

Do not miss an intimate concert in Bega or Tilba, as Candice launches her debut album nationally, supported by Candelo new local, Anactoria (Tamlyn Magee), whose unique vocal style, backed by her electric harp, is well worth checking out.

Playing at The Funhouse, Bega on Saturday 16th December. Doors open at 6.30pm. Tickets $15 at the door. Food and chai available!

The Lush Factory – Tilba Tilba on Sunday 17th December. Doors open at 4pm for a lovely afternoon concert. Tickets $15 at the door. Bring a plate to share in a potluck community dinner following the music!

Dogs of Democrcy

17th December 03:30 pm - 06:00 pm

Dogs of Democracy is an essay-style documentary about the stray dogs of Athens and the people who take care of them. Filmmaker Mary Zournazi explores life on the streets through the eyes of the dogs and peoples’ experience. Shot on location in Athens – the birthplace of democracy, – the documentary is about how Greece has become the ‘stray dog of Europe’, and how the dogs have become a symbol of hope for the people and for the anti- austerity movement. A universal story about love and loyalty and what we might learn from animals.

SOUTH COAST MUSIC SOCIETY PROGRAM 2017

1st January to 31st December 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Our program for all concerts at St Bernards Church, Batehaven at 3.00 pm is

SUNDAY 19 FEBRUARY – LONDON KLEZMER QUARTET
SUNDAY 28 MAY – STREETON TRIO
SUNDAY 13 AUGUST – ANDREY GUGNIN, WINNER SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMP (2016)
SUNDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2017 – OPERA GALA

Membership ($25/$20) and Subscriptions ($125/$137) for 2017 available online at www.southcoastmusicsociety.com.
Online bookings for all concerts available or you can buy your ticket at the door. $35 adult, $30 member/pensioner.
In 2017, any adult bringing a child will be admitted free.

The Kazoos: What's up Croc?

19th January 11:00 am - 03:30 pm

Join The Kazoos as they take you on a musical journey to find Chomper the Friendly Crocodile! With catchy tunes including Twist and Shake, Walking About, Good Night, The Animal Walk, White Dog in the Park, Bubbly Bath, Party of Kazooy Island, Milking the Cow, Neighbourhood and A Frog Fell Asleep that always get children out of their seats and dancing. This wacky pair of Professor Silly and Tulip Kazoo impress their young audiences with their own brand of music and slapstick comedy every time.

The Kazoos: Teddy Bear’s Picnic

20th January 11:00 am - 03:30 pm

Big Bear Brown is the friendliest bear in town. But what’s a Teddy Bears Picnic when your favourite teddy has gone missing! So bring your teddy bear and help Professor Silly and Tulip as they set out on an adventure to find Big Bear Brown! This show will entertain audiences with The Kazoos own brand of music and slapstick comedy that will have kids laughing out loud every time.
Not only will children be mesmerised by the colourful characters and be dancing to the catchy tunes, adults will also love this show. The Kazoos Teddy Bears Picnic is an enchanting musical jam packed with adventure laughter and surprises including meeting Big Bear Brown after the show.

Four Winds 2018 Easter Festival

28th March to 1st April 09:00 am - 06:00 pm

Wednesday 28th March to Easter Sunday 1st April 2018
James Crabb, Four Winds’ Artistic Director, will curate his first Four Winds Easter Festival of classic and world music – our 19th iconic Four Winds Festival. Come and enjoy world-class performances; intimate musical experiences; musical theatre; house concerts; community concerts and workshops; locally produced food/wine and more!

Book now http://fourwinds.com.au/whats-on

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