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Music roundup December 4

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Deya Dova brings her soul-soaring dance set to GLO Dance Mullumbimby this Friday for the December full moon. Get ready for a big night of conscious dance with Deya’s divine vocals and deep totemic beats.

The show marks the release of her new remix EP – Symbiotic Remixes – through US label Desert Trax. Deya has returned from playing the Unity concert in South Dakota, US, in support of the people of the great Sioux nations. And recently Deya played a stand-out set opening for Nahko and Medicine For The People, serving up her feminine alchemy of conscious songwriting and elevated dancefloor experience.

Deya-&-DJ-The night also features DJ Dakini fresh back from her US tour and the global grooves of DJ Dancing Tiger. Chai, cakes, herbal elixir and outdoor fire. Friday at Durrumbul Hall, Mullumbimby 8pm. Info at www.GLOdance.com.

Dancing up Fire

Need a chance to really dance? The Link return this Friday with their 100 per cent live ecstatic dance-music experience. They will be joined by Chrissie Fire-Mane, who will add her powerful sound medicine as she sings from the Earth. Her voice carries a magic that connects us deeply to the ancient wisdoms of our planet. This is a collaboration not to be missed.

Come along to an old-school, full-moon dance party at Repentance Creek Hall this Friday at 8pm. Dance in a new dimension. www.thelinkband.com

Steve Russell Trio

Catch mighty pianist Steve Russell and his impressive trio – Thierry Fossemalle on bass and Scott Hills on drums – when they perform some of his original titles and some re-worked jazz standards that he and his incredible trio love to play. Sunday from 4pm at Club Lennox.

Byron at Byron New Years Eve Party with Lisa Hunt’s Forever Soul

Dubbed as The Party, the New Years Eve event at The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa is set to dazzle, with songstress Lisa Hunt and her Forever Soul show performing under the stars.  ‘I am very excited to be playing at The Byron at Byron this New Years Eve,’ said the glorious Ms Hunt. ‘It’s been more than a decade since I’ve done a hometown New Years gig. We’ve always been snapped up by the high rollers on the Gold Coast very early in the year.

The setting is like a dream: under the stars, lush greenery, top-notch cuisine. Oh yeah, it’s going to be a fun but classy affair.’ From 7pm Wednesday 31 December. Dress to impress! For bookings and enquiries: 6639 2105 or [email protected]

A Choired Taste

Get yourself down to the Bangalow Catholic Hall next Sunday 7 December at 7.30pm for a smorgasbord of vocal harmonies. Smiling faces will greet you, six local choirs will delight you with melodious voices, and there will be delicious food available. Among others you’ll be able to hear the fabulous Songbirds, Awesome Voices from Alstonville and Choir Baby from Bangalow. $15 and $12 concession at the door.

Drill Hall Theatre Call for Thespians!

Drill Hall Theatre Company is planning a very full 2015 season with hopes for five main stage productions: our two-yearly short play competition and a series of short-season ‘DRILL BITS’ experimental and workshop productions. None of this will be possible without actors, technicians and other theatrical creatives such a season requires.

If you would like to be an active member of your community theatre in 2015 please come along to the Drill Hall on Wednesday10 December at 7pm. If you can’t make it on the 10th, or would like more information, phone 6684 4886.


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