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Byron Shire
April 12, 2021

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Lismore Youth Festival going to be epic

Bigger and better than ever, Lismore Youth Festival will take place across multiple venues in Lismore from 14-16 April.

Congratulations to all those involved in putting on a superb revue to raise funds for the Drill Hall. Only in Mullumbimby can you go to a little local show and see a bearded woman, a chicken, a monkey and a dog – and that was only one act! It had everything – music, dancing, singing, acting, circus, skits and even a boxing demonstration. Mother Nature came to the party and wrapped up the Drill Hall in a spectacular double rainbow.

Sunday afternoon family entertainment doesn’t get much better than that. More cabaret, please, and keep the small country halls alive for happy, active, creative communities.

Magenta Appel-Pye, Mullumbimby

 


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