Sunday Folk on 16 September at The Black Box Theatre

Sunday Folk on 16 September at The Black Box Theatre

Karen Law and Family, hosts of Sunday Folk, will be releasing their brand new CD. Lyrical folk songs, played on multiple guitars, a bit of didge and trumpet, and their trademark family harmonies. Plus support by Maleny Troubadour Tommy Leonard. Click on the link below to reserve your place at this long-awaited show. Date: 2pm Sunday 16 August Venue: Black Box Theatre, The Old Ambulance Station, Nambour Costs: Adult $15, Concession $12, Child $5, Good for 4 (adults) $50, Good for 10 (adults) $120...
An Evening of Deeper Conversations, The Black Box Theatre, 6.30pm 11 October

An Evening of Deeper Conversations, The Black Box Theatre, 6.30pm 11 October

AN EVENING OF DEEPER CONVERSATIONS Tired of small talk, superficial chitchat and artificial infotainment? Want to meet real people in the real world in real time to talk about real stuff that matters? Join a unique new pop-up event for a fun, memorable and meaningful evening of inspiring and stimulating conversations with depth. No need to prepare - we’ll provide a series of thought-provoking questions (and a few handy tips and techniques) and you take it from there. The evening will be facilitated by former journalist, ABC Radio “cyberscribe” and therapist Yvette Nielsen. Cash bar opens at 6.30pm with light canapes provided (you might like to dine beforehand at a local cafe down the street). Official event kicks off at 7pm and runs till 9pm, with doors closing at 9.30pm. Save the date and tell your friends - you’ll not want to miss out on this extraordinary night! Date: 6.30pm, Thursday 11 October Venue: The Black Box Theatre, The Old Ambulance Station Nambour Cost: Pre-booked tickets: $25 (limited tickets at the door: $30) Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/YECZ Contact: Yvette Nielsen     m: 0417718683    e:...
‘Dance? I’m too old for that!’ 6.00pm to 7.30pm Black Box Theatre, Thursday 25 October

‘Dance? I’m too old for that!’ 6.00pm to 7.30pm Black Box Theatre, Thursday 25 October

‘DANCE? I’M TOO OLD FOR THAT!’ Challenging and changing perceptions and expectations An open invitation to arts, arts and health and general community to come along for an evening of discovery to see, hear about and even experience how dance is possible for everyone including older people with a range of physical abilities and conditions. Be captivated and inspired by In A Different Space, a short film that celebrates and showcases Sunshine Coast seniors aged 60-101 years, dancing their stories in places of significance to them. Hear from Gail Hewton, the film maker and local community dance practitioner who will speak briefly about her practice, the benefits of dance for older people including sharing a couple of anecdotes from her practice of how dance has transformed the lives of participants. Gail will also share some of the findings from her recent Arts Queensland funded UK study tour investigating dance for older people and her vision moving forward. Gail will also get you dancing to experience a little of her work. Engage in a Q & A with Gail Hewton, Director of RIPE Dance “In A Different Space is one of the most inspirational dance films I’ve seen in a long time. It combines beauty, humour, serenity and cheekiness in equal measure. Anyone who feels themselves growing older should watch this film.” Anna Leatherdale, Producer, People Dancing (UK) “Oh! It’s stunning…full of humanity… full of grace in every sense, And the stories in each piece reflect stories we can all relate to in different ways. A delight, and a triumph! Will be watching this many times.” Daphne Cushnie, UK Neuro-physiotherapist and Dance for Parkinson’s...
The Turn of the Screw,  26-27 October, The Black Box Theatre

The Turn of the Screw, 26-27 October, The Black Box Theatre

THE TURN OF THE SCREW Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the story by Henry James and presented by Firelight Theatre. A group gathers around a fire to share ghost stories, and a man steps up to tell the tale of his sister’s governess…. It is 1872, and a young woman accepts her first appointment as governess to two orphaned children. Her joy at finding herself in charge at an English country manor, however, quickly turns to growing unease. The children’s previous governess and her lover both died untimely deaths, and it seems their spirits are restless. From beyond the graves they reach out, and the young woman must find the courage to keep the children safe from their malicious clutches, even when others question her sanity. Has she got what it takes?  Join us for this tale of power, seduction and horror. What will YOU see? Cast: Ebony Hamacek and Jackson O’Sullivan Dates: Friday October 26, 7.30pm and Saturday October 27, 2pm and 7.30pm Venue: The Black Box Theatre, The Old Ambulance Station, Nambour Cost: Adult $30, Concession $25, Children 14 & under $20 Tickets:  www.firelighttheatre.com.au;  https://www.trybooking.com/YCYI  or at the door...
A Girl’s Guide to World War – 22 November to 1 December, The Black Box Theatre

A Girl’s Guide to World War – 22 November to 1 December, The Black Box Theatre

A GIRL’S GUIDE TO WORLD WAR is a new musical that tells the astonishing true story of a group of women who go to the frontline in World War 1 and through their adventures find freedom, power and passion. Experience an unforgettable night of live music, tears and laughter. A Girl’s Guide to World War stars musical theatre legend Susie French as Dr Lilian Cooper, Australia’s first female surgeon and features the award winning all girl band Vix and the Slick Chix.  Dates: Thursday 22nd November, performance at 7.30pm; Friday 23rd November performance at 7.30pm; Saturday 24th November, performances at 2.00pm and 7.30pm; Thursday 29th November, performance at 7.30pm; Friday 30th November, performance at 7.30pm; Saturday 1 December, performances at 2.00pm and 7.30pm Running Time: 2.5 hours Tickets: General admission $42; Concession $36  Bookings: Eventbrite or call Geoff 07 5445 8441 Venue: The Black Box Theatre Parking: All day parking is available on William Street and also available in the open-air car park on the corner of Sydney and Howard Streets....