THROUGH OUR OWN EYES
Griffith art gallery hosts contemporary Aboriginal artwork
Art by contemporary Aboriginal artists, Michael Jalaru Torres, Asher Milgate and Joe Hurst will be feature at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery until July 7. The group exhibition includes a collaboration between indigenous artist Asher Milgate and non-indigenous man Jeff Amatto revealing who's lives are intertwined through family, friends and drug abuse.
Production prepares for final performances
Months spent learning lines and dance moves will be put to good use as Legally Blonde hits the stage for three performances this weekend. The final three shows are on Friday from 7.30pm (sold out), with a matinee on Saturday at 1pm with an evening performance from 7.30pm (sold out). Tickets are $45 for adults, $30 for theatre members, and $20 for people under 18-years-old. Tickets are only available for Saturday's matinee performance.
Brian Cole perform at the Coro Club from 7.30pm on Friday. Ali Cat takes the stage at the Exies Club on Saturday from 8pm on Saturday. Hotel Victoria hosts Poppycock from 8.30pm on Saturday. Genevieve Chadwick will perform at the Southside Leagues Club from 8.30pm on Saturday.
Fresh food, crafts and more at Griffith Showgrounds
Griffith Rotary's markets open from 7am until midday on Sunday. Stallholders will have everything from locally grown fruit and veg to home-made garden furniture and more.
THE DINNER PARTY
Contemporary dance threatre comes to Griffith
A dinner party goes pear-shaped as power meets greed, jealousy and ambition. The Dinner Party is one of Queensland's Expressions Dance Company's productions. It begins at 7.30pm on Wednesday, June 19. Tickets are available from Griffith Regional Theatre.
The circus comes to town
Hudson's Circus will begin a run of 12 shows on Wednesday, June 19 and finish on June 29.
A guide to what's happening
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