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Wagga Wagga Art Gallery | Damian Smith Performance

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is delighted to present one of Australia’s most accomplished male ballet dancers, Damian Smith, for a special one-off performance on Sunday 26 February. Hosted by the Gallery in partnership with the Allegro Ballet School, this renowned performer will present his unique combination of dance and painting for Wagga Wagga audiences. Read more

Lismore Laughs | Tom Gleeson

A true master of the craft, he remarkably gets better each year, a phenomena that ensures other comics sneak in the back of his always sold out shows. Read more

Bundanon Trust | 60+ Performance: Workshop Series

Bundanon Trust are presenting a number of social and creative workshops for people over 60 involving music, song and dance across Nowra, Shoalhaven Heads and Milton. These workshops are free and run from the 14th February to the 2nd of March. Read more

Charlie Siem & Omega Ensemble Tour

For the first time ever, internationally renowned violin virtuoso Charlie Siem will perform in Australia with the Sydney-based Omega Ensemble, showcasing a classical music recital in uniquely Australian settings. Read more

Global Sounds | Regional Towns

Sydney World Music Chamber Orchestra is set to delight and inspire participants and audiences from the Southern Tablelands Arts region. The eleven piece orchestra is comprised of musicians representing diverse cultural and religious backgrounds who demonstrate and affirm the power of collaboration and respect for diversity through music and performance. Read more

Murray Arts | School Drama

School Drama™ is a professional learning program for primary school teachers that demonstrates the power of using drama pedagogy with quality literature to improve English and literacy in young learners. Read more

Tuncurry | Opera by the Lake

An evening full of culture by the beautiful Wallis Lake – an Opera Gala to remember with arias & ensembles from the world’s most adored operas. Read more