In this brand new show, Kitty gives you the inside scoop on gravediggers, cops, cubans and spaghetti soss.
There's advice on how to speak to doctors, some funny music from Sister Penny plus a serious attempt to quantify one of life's biggest mysteries:
"How much do old people love salt?"
WARNING: Suitable for 15 plus, Kitty occasionally says a swear word.
Show Duration: Approximately 80 minutes, no interval
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Tim Sheed is an award winning bush poet and entertainer.
Be amazed at his interesting and hilarious stories of life as a farmer, the outback intertwined with the poetry of Banjo Patterson, Henry Lawson and John O'Brien.
This is a free event, morning tea will be provided for a gold coin donation.
Duration approximately two hours
This event is proudly supported by Conway Funeral Home.
The signature high tea includes scrumptious scones, an assortment of ribbon sandwiches, savoury items and sweet delicacies plus a selection of tea and brewed coffee.
The bar will be open, drinks at bar prices.
Relax and enjoy the magical sounds of The Murray Conservatorium.
Come along and see what is so great about Calisthenics.
Our morning show SHOWTIME at 10am, will showcase our recreation students (From our Wodonga, Rutherglen and Baranduda classes)
The afternoon show CALISTHENIC HEROES at 2.30pm involves our competitive troupes who have travelled to Melbourne and Ballarat competing against teams from around Victoria.
Calisthenics is uniquely Australian Sport which promotes team work, self confidence and friendship. Team members develop an appreciation for music, dance, acting, strength, flexibility and performance skills. People of all ages enjoy this wonderful sport and thrive on the variety of challenges offered.
Pupils learn between four and seven routines concurrently throughout the year. This is where the diversity of the sport is shown.
Running time: 10am to 12.15pm (including interval)
There is a special ticket price for students to attend both shows $20, and for a full price tickets to both shows $28
If you would like to purchase these tickets please contact the box office directly on (02) 6022 9311
Dymock’s Albury is delighted to bring Julia Gillard to Wodonga to promote her memoir titled My Story.
Told in Julia Gillard’s own words, this is a memoir that reveals her frank thoughts and personal reflections.
Here is an account of the courage and resilience Julia Gillard showed as prime minister, and what it takes to be a woman leader in contemporary politics.
Ms Gillard is candid about both the policy successes as well as the times she erred and fell short.
She presents for the first time her view of the hate campaigns directed against her.
It is the story of Julia Gillard’s political and personal journey during those turbulent times for our country, and the meaning they hold for our future.
Dymocks will have copies of the book for sale on the night and Ms Gillard will be available for a limited number of book signings.
The Murray Conservatorium orchestra performs majestic and rousing orchestral classics.
Book now for an evening to excite the senses.
ConfiDANCE Academy end of year concert showcasing a variety of performances from our tiny tot's through to our audlt students.
All family and friends will see the hard work and dedication to dance from our students when they enter onstage and perform.
A show not to be missed
Duration: One hour and 30 minutes, plus a 20 min interval.
This event is being held at Galvin Hall, Wodonga Senior Secondary College (69 Woodland Street, Wodonga)
Purchase your tickets at The Cube Wodonga up to 4pm on the day of the event, or at the door at Galvin Hall on the night.