‘STORIES IN THE DARK’ AT DREAMHOUSE THEATRE

Dreamhouse Theatre Company brings to you Debra Oswald’s ‘Stories in the Dark’.  This deeply moving and profound play explores the power and limits of stories about friendship, loss and survival.

Where: Southern Peninsula Arts Centre

When: 31 March to 1 April

Cost: $20 or $15 concession

Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=268690

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THREE-DAY OIL PORTRAIT WORKSHOP WITH CATHY VAN EE

Cathy gives great depth and insight into all aspects of oil painting on this three-day workshop.  You will learn the importance of drawing, value, design and colour mixing.

Where:  159 Overport Road, FRANKSTON SOUTH 3199

When: April 5, 12 & 13

Cost: $210 PAS members, $230 non-members

More information and bookings here

ST PATRICK’S DAY MOTH THIS FRIDAY

Ireland’s Áine Tyrrell and Aoife Scott, together with their bands, will play an intimate St Patrick’s Day gig at MOTH, Red Hill Pavilion this coming Friday 17 March.

Áine and The Midnight Tide have built on Áine’s growing reputation as a talented live artist with appearances at major festivals including at Mullum Music Festival (NSW), Woodford Folk Festival (Qld) and Cygnet Folk Festival (Tas). Áine’s music cradles the spirit of her native homeland, growing from traditional Irish roots into a truly contemporary sound.

Aoife Scott is Irish music royalty! She will be joined by her touring band fresh from the Port Fairy Folk Festival and before appearing at other festivals around Australia. She will perform songs from her 2016 album release ‘Carry The Day’. A member of the legendary Black Family, which includes her mother Frances and her aunt Mary, Aoife is rising to the top of the traditional and folk music scene. Her sound is heavily influenced by her passion for traditional music and engaging stories.

Where: Red Hill Pavilion

When: Friday 17 March, doors open 7pm. Tasty food, local wines, beers and Guinness available.

Buy tickets here!

 

AUSTRALIAN DECORATIVE AND FINE ARTS SOCIETY TALK

This month members of ADFAS will hear about a town in the southern reaches of Indiana with an extraordinary architectural legacy.

Columbus has some 60 buildings listed as national landmarks of modernist American architecture the result of the vision and passion of local businessman J. Irwin Miller, the long-time CEO of the Cummins Corporation. Miller transformed his hometown into a modernist utopia with nearly all of its public edifices and community spaces designed by world-leading architects.

In this talk Dr Matthew Laing, a research fellow at Monash University, will take the audience on a virtual tour of the town and the modernist architectural vision that underpins it.

Where: Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilsons Rd, Mornington

When: Friday, March 24th from 5.30 – 7.00pm

Cost: $20

For further information, please contact Glad Hungerford on 9787 2092.