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Alexandrina Arts, Culture & Events

Alexandrina Council

Current Events

Past Events

  • Friday 19 August 2022
    'Off the Cuff' delivers a high energy, entertaining mix of Dixieland, Jazz and Dancehall tunes by artists such as the Blues Brothers, Elvis, Dean Martin and more. This popular 12 piece line-up of musicians and pseudo-comedians has audiences tapping their toes and singing along to their favourite vocal and instrumental numbers. And of course, audience participation is always more than welcome.
    Centenary Hall
  • Between Saturday 27 August 2022 and Sunday 28 August 2022
    Musical Director Allan Blackledge leads The Goolwa Concert Band, a 30 piece swing/rock band, in this year’s spectacular concerts at Centenary Hall, Goolwa. Performing classics such as Big Spender, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, The Jazz Police and many more. Joined by the irrepressible Colin Rogers adding his special brand of humour to proceedings. Holding him in check, as well as delivering her interpretation of the songs is our delightful vocalist, Sharon Harding. Thoroughly entertaining!
    Centenary Hall
  • Friday 23 September 2022
    Join the 'Bossa Blokes' in a journey to Brazil as they play the smooth Bossa Nova hits that inspired a generation of musicians around the world. Featuring Kelly Doddridge (vocals and trombone), Andrew Morris (guitar and vocals), Jordan Noble (tenor sax and flute) and Fabian Hevia (percussion) playing classics from composers such as Dorival Caymmi, Carlos Lyra and Antonio Carlos Jobim. “BOSA NOVA”!
    Centenary Hall
  • Wednesday 9 November 2022
    The Paper Boats' first international co-creation is a non-verbal, visual theatre performance for 3-8 year olds that recreates all the joys, excitement and concerns of a pair of twins and a sixth birthday that one of them isn’t quite ready to have. Part performance, part game, part celebration, exploring sameness and difference in an intimate setting. Awarded the 2021 Fringes weekly Best Children’s Theatre Award. Expect to celebrate, laugh, play and be moved by this award winning theatre piece
    Centenary Hall