A fibre and textile event including exhbitions by Stephen Eastaugh and Andrew Delaney at COPACC and Red Rock Regional Theatre & Gallery, artist talks, workshops, community arts projects, networking opportunities, a wearable art market and more.
LOCATION: COPACC CONTACT NAME: Karen Patterson PHONE: 5232 9504 EMAIL: email@example.com
OCR FM Open Mic
Saturday, 11 July 2015
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
OCR FM host an Open Mic afternoon at the Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery on the second Saturday of each month between 2 - 5pm. Entry to the event is $5 per person. Performance is open to musicians and bands, dancers and spoken word such as poetry and clean comedy. There is a basic PA setup of DI and mic inputs provided, suitable for acoustic music. You will need to provide your own instruments if you want to perform. Performers can register their interest on arrival, or post any questions on this Facebook page. Children under 15 need to be accompanied by an adult guardian.
LOCATION: Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery CONTACT NAME: OCR FM PHONE: 52321991 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEB: http://www.ocrfm.org.au
The Beggars Sing The Seekers
Wednesday, 22 July 2015
11:00 AM - 12:00 NOON
Tickets: $18 Bookings: 5232 2077
Part of COPACC's 2015 Morning Music Season.
The Beggars love the sound of The Seekers and they’re making a welcome return to COPACC to celebrate the hits of one of Australia’s all-time favourite bands. From their early days in the Melbourne cafe scene to 1960s London – the swinging centre of the pop and folk hits – The Seekers rode a rollercoaster of pop and folk hits. The Beggar’s play beautifully and sing in perfect harmony. You’ll love their authentic renditions of Georgy Girl, I’ll Never Find Another You, A World of Our Own and Morningtown Ride.
Join COPACC for a free morning tea at 10am before the show.
The annual Alice Springs Beanie Festival is fast approaching and Tilly Napuljari is running out of time to finish her creation and enter it for judging. Sydneysider Nessa Tavistock has run away to the Red Centre to escape her problems. With time and talk their differences in language, surroundings and upbringing become less obvious. In making their beanie together, Tilly and Nessa’s stories become an entwined thing of beauty – row by row, colour by colour, yarn by yarn. Head Full of Love is the story of these remarkable women and their unlikely but inspiring friendship. It invites you to look differently at possibilities. Wesley Enoch directs this intricate, warm and wisely told tale by Australian playwright Alana Valentine (Run Rabbit Run, Parramatta Girls).