October 11, 2017
In this Issue:
Over the last two years the Mullumbimby Drill Hall Theatre has been collaborating with Everyman Theatre in Cardiff, Wales, to create their production of Do Not Go Gentle. Greg Aitken of the Drill Hall Theatre shares how this unlikely internationally informed production came to be!
You would be forgiven for imagining that Paris in the swingin’ sixties was a vibrant, colourful city. There is no hint of that, however, in Stanley Tucci’s movie about the famous Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti (Geoffrey Rush).
The exuberant & irrepressibly polyester Mr Bob Downe returns to the Brunswick Picture House for two very fabulous shows this week!
The angst over Brunswick Heads paid parking continues to gather pace, with claims from the town’s chamber of commerce that mayor Simon Richardson has failed to follow Council’s own parking strategy, which was to ‘change the parking layout first and only consider paid parking down the track.’
Grab some friends, make a team, register online or on the day and come join the biggest all-ages scavenger hunt – called Byron Quest – on Saturday!
The project was masterminded by Australia’s leading reggae-dancehall producer, Byron local Jake Savona (aka Mista Savona), brought Jamaican legends Sly and Robbie
The rail corridor that runs from the Shirley Street level crossing to the Byron Bay Station at The Railway Friendly Bar will soon be under council management and developed as part of the town centre masterplan activation project.
The boom in the local housing market has spread to the fringes of Byron shire and beyond, with new figures suggesting house prices in our outer suburbs and towns have jumped dramatically in the past year.
Baker on the rise With just three singles as a solo artist, Caiti Baker’s song Here, was used as the official NRL theme song. This top end girl recently took out 3NT Music Awards including song of the year, her...
Meet James Wright, a second-generation HUB volunteer, following in the footsteps of his mother, who was one of the very early HUB volunteers back when it first started nine years ago.
A comic-art collection of short stories, funny anecdotes and heartfelt drawings by local artist Holly English is now available at The Bookshop Mullumbimby.
I have too many clothes. In my walk-in wardrobe there is barely a space for me to squeeze another coat hanger.
It promises to be a long hot summer, but some of the coastal coolness has come inland to Mullumbimby with the arrival of traditional Italian ice-cream in town, with Puremelt chocolate now serving Bernardi’s ice-cream. Bernardi’s is a family-run business...
By Vivienne Pearson Jerome Clarke at Poinciana Poinciana’s new chef Jerome Clarke comes to Mullumbimby with a wealth of local experience, having worked at Rae’s on Wategos, Top Shop, The Roadhouse and Brunswick Heads Milk Bar. ‘I’ve done pretty well,’ laughs...
By Vivienne Pearson Billi’s Indian, already offering authentic Indian dishes, stepped it up a notch recently with an evening of live Indian classical and folk music. Dubbed ‘Sounds of India’, the music was bansuri and tabla, a delightful combination. A bansuri...
Northern Rivers Food (NRF) will run their third annual Harvest Food Festival next year over 3–6 May 2018. Harvest Food Festival is an annual local food event to help connect people with real food on real farms and honour our...