Renowned magician, comedian, mime artist, inventor and unusualist Raymond Crowe brings his full-length intimate, extraordinary and unconventional show to Byron Bay for two shows only on Sunday February 8 at the Byron Theatre.
Fresh from more than 50 sell-out shows of The Illusionists 2.0, Raymond Crowe’s originality and uniqueness will make you laugh, cheer and gasp, with his original breathtaking illusions, comedic scenes and hilarious audience participation.
A grand finalist in Australia’s Got Talent 2013, Crowe has performed alongside Bon Jovi and Russell Brand, for David Letterman and Queen Elizabeth, and earned standing ovations from thousands worldwide.
More than a magic show, more than a hand-shadow show, more than a comedy show, Crowe astounds audiences with a contemporary re-imagining of these three disciplines, blended into a seamless whole.
Feel energised, uplifted and in awe when Raymond Crowe, The Unusualist, appears at The Byron Theatre for two shows only! Dawn French declared: ‘Its like seeing things for the first time… Magical!’
The Byron Theatre – Byron Bay, Sunday February 8 at 2pm and 7pm.
Bookings: 6685 6807 or byroncentre.com.au
Tickets: Adult: $44 | Pensioner/Senior: $39 | Group 10+: $39 | Child U-15: $39 | Family of 4 (2 Ad, 2 Ch): $139
Who would have thought that you ccould combine a bit of thinking with your drinking? As it turns out, lots of pub-goers around the nation have embraced their love of quiz and the music biz with Musical Bingo!
Basically it works like this: The host plays a short version of a hit song. The patrons mark the song off their card if they have it and the first person to get two lines wins. Byron Brewery every Thursday from 7.30pm. Free.
Back by popular demand and a previously sold out event, we are pleased to announce Glendi!
What better way to enjoy a Saturday night than celebrating it the Greek way at Lennox Head Cultural and Community Centre.
Enjoy a night full of food, laughter, traditional Greek dancing and plate smashing all hosted by the one and only ‘Ilias the Greek!’ This is will be one big fat Greek night to remember! All proceeds for the event are in aid of The Northern Rivers Greek Community School of Byron Bay. The school has been operating for 6 months at the Byron Bay Public School and has 20 students enrolled from Kindergarten to Year 12 who attend Saturday morning language and dance classes.
Tickets on sale now on www.trybooking.com/GSMU.
Adults $45, teens 13–17yrs $25, kids 5–12yrs $15, kids under 5 Free. Entry Ticket includes Food and Entertainment. Drinks including beer, wine and soft drinks available to purchase on the night.
Auction and Raffle Tickets sold on the night with some great prizes!
Storytime for grownups at Mullumbimby Library on Wednesday mornings at 10.30, commencing Wednesday 4 February. Local personality Hamish will be reading Lord Of The Rings following which there will be time for other members to read some prose or poetry.
One Billion Rising
V-Day One Billion Rising Against Injustice Saturday February 14 Main Beach at 6.30am.
Dance to break the chain, wear red, be loud, support the worldwide campaign to put an end to violence towards women and children. More info: FaceBook V-Day One Billion Rising Byron
Mullum Potters are welcoming new members. Call into the Drill Hall studio on Jubilee Avenue from 10am till 3pm on 29 Jan to get membership details or contact Ellen 6680 4810. More info at www.mcag.com.au.
Lone Goat gallery
‘Place of Dreams’ by Robert Ryan runs until 4 February. Gallery volunteer attendants required – please contact 0408 337 277.