Looking for something to do in Mullum over Easter? Come to the Golf Club on Saturday night for the annual Easter Trivia Night. Hosted by Ellen Briggs with proceeds going to local golfer Liam Reynolds, get a team together or come and join one. $20 includes dinner from the Indonesian restaurant and a great night of fun and prizes. 6pm for dinner, Trivia starts at 7.30. Call 6684 2273 to book.
Australian turned international ballet star Steven McRae stars in the latest offering from Palace Cinemas’ opera ballet program, the Royal Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty. Good triumphs over evil in this gorgeously glittering fairytale as the beautiful Princess Aurora, danced by Royal Ballet principal Sarah Lamb, is awakened by the handsome Prince Florimund, danced by Royal Ballet Principal McRae on the iconic Covent Garden stage. Combining all the charm and virtuosity that this much-loved classic ballet has to offer, this world of magic, romance and dark enchantment screens at Palace Byron Bay on Sunday at 1pm and Wednesday April 23 at 11am.
Kate Ford is a visual artist who works in many media alongside her main passion, handmade paper, from painting to printmaking and artist books. She has exhibited widely in Australia. She graduated from the Canberra School of Arts with honours, has a Diploma of Education, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, and recently completed a Graduate Certificate of Arts Management from the University of New England. Drawing inspiration from the surrounding environment, Ford’s work uses a variety of techniques to translate what she observes. She has her work on show in a pop-up shop on the corner of Fletcher and Lawson streets in Byron over Easter, 10am–6pm daily. Pop in for look-see!
Art for the Imagination
Catch the latest show at Retrospect Gallery in Byron The Imaginarium. An emporium of magic and mystery created by five diverse artists working with photography, oil paint, pencil, gouache, glitter and acrylics to manifest their spellbinding unique works. Open daily over Easter.