Entertainment in the Byron Shire for the week beginning November 4, 2020

Musical Bingo – Wednesday 4 Nov in the backroom from 6.30pm, and Friday at The Hotel Brunswick.

Bingo for Bay FM!

Two lines wins at musical bingo! Dropping beats not balls, mark off the songs on your card and enjoy the best bits of your favourite hits. It’s fun for the whole family, or just with your mates, and best of all, it’s a way to stay seated and still be entertained.

Wednesday 4 Nov in The Backroom from 6.30pm, and Friday at The Hotel Brunswick from 6.30pm.

Byron’s ‘Day of The Dead’ on Sunday at the Death Cafe

Death Chat

Start  Byron’s ‘Day of The Dead’ on Sunday at the Death Cafe, a place where people gather to eat cake, drink tea and talk about death. There is directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. Death Cafes have been going for nine years and have become a global movement, with 7500 held worldwide. The objective is ‘to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives’.

10am–12pm at the Brunswick Picture House. Free, but bookings are essential. RSVP to [email protected]

Tex Perkins – Fundraising for Bay FM

The Best Tex

Long time local and all-round good guy, Tex Perkins, is donating his time to put on a benefit gig for BayFM. The band Tex has put together features Tasmanian songstress Lucie Thorne, and local musicians Christian Pyle and Jez Mead. The show delivers a range of songs from The Cruel Sea to The Beasts of Bourbon, Dark Houses, to Tex, Don & Charlie and each member will be in the spotlight for the show.

Friday 20 November at the Byron Theatre at 8pm. Tix limited on

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