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  • BONDI GLOBE - Bondi Winter Magic thumbnail BONDI GLOBE - Bondi Winter Magic 28/06/2018 to 29/07/2018

    Introducing the fun FREE life size and selfie friendly Snow Globe in the Dolphin Court.

    Step inside Bondi’s giant, inflatable snow globe with a difference. The perfect place for that winter family photo!

    Share your magical moments on Instagram using the hashtag #bondiwintermagic

    It costs nothing to enjoy this unique experience.

  • BONDI HISTORY WALKS - Bondi Winter Magic thumbnail BONDI HISTORY WALKS - Bondi Winter Magic 01/07/2018 to 29/07/2018

    July Sundays - 1,8,15,22,29
    10am and 12pm

    Lead by local historian, Lawrie Williams, discover Bondi’s glorious and not so glorious past as you are guided around the hidden gems of Bondi. Each walk is approximately 2 hours long with some hills but not too strenuous.
    Click here to book your ticket

    Cost: $10 (+ booking fee)
    Registration essential as numbers are limited.

    *Image - Campbell Parade, 1970’s, man carrying his coolite board

  • BONDI VISTA - Bondi Winter Magic thumbnail BONDI VISTA - Bondi Winter Magic 29/06/2018 to 29/07/2018

    Located next to the Bondi Pavilion

    Visitors can get 360 degree views of the iconic Bondi Beach from a 22 metre high ferris wheel.
    Whether you’re looking to admire the city skyline or marvel at nature, Bondi Vista pairs incredible views with thrills for all ages.
    A single ride is $7pp and 4 people can ride for $25. / FREE under 2yrs

    Tickets available online at www.bondivista.com
    Tickets also available onsite

  • Bondi Ice Rink - Bondi Winter Magic thumbnail Bondi Ice Rink - Bondi Winter Magic 29/06/2018 to 22/07/2018

    Daily from 10am to 9pm with up to 1,500 skaters and spectators daily
    Forecourt of Bondi Pavilion, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach

    The unique Bondi Ice Rink is one of Bondi’s most popular attractions during winter!
    Where else can you skate in sunshine on under the stars whilst listening to the sounds of waves crashing onto the beach?

    Buy Tickets Now

    www.bondiwintermagic.org.au

  • Bondi Winter Magic 2018 thumbnail Bondi Winter Magic 2018 28/06/2018 to 29/07/2018

    Bondi Winter Magic is set to sparkle again in 2018!

    Various locations around Bondi

    Go for a twirl on the famous beachside ice rink or check out the 360 degree view from 22-metre ferris wheel, Bondi Vista.
    Also included in our sparkling Bondi Winter Magic program is a magical blend of art, culture and history with Bondi and District Chamber of Commerce’s On the Streets series of music and art and a stroll through Bondi’s history with our Bondi History Walks.
    For more information, visit bondiwintermagic.org.au
    Stay updated at our Facebook page

  • Waverley Cemetery Tour thumbnail Waverley Cemetery Tour 07/07/2018 to 07/07/2018 :

    Do you enjoy the coastal walk from Bondi to Bronte and marvel at the monuments in Waverley Cemetery and wonder who is buried there? Why not book a walking tour, led by Friends of Waverley Cemetery Volunteers?

    The cemetery is the resting place of many famous an infamous people including test cricketers, politicians, murder victims, authors, poets and criminals!

    Date: Every Saturday
    Time: 9am - 10.30am
    Location: Attendees are to meet at the Cemetery Office  Entry Porch, via Trafalgar Street, Bronte.
    Cost: $24.18 per person.

    *Monies raised by the Friends of Waverley Cemetery Volunteer Tour Guides is used for memorial restoration work.

    RSVP: Purchase your ticket at eventbrite.com.au

    Additional Information:
    -Attendees should wear comfortable walking shoes, carry water and slip, slop, slap. 
    -Refunds are not available however rescheduling can be arranged. 
    -Due to the location of the Cemetery and the walking involved, this tour is not suitable for young children or persons with mobility issues.

    For more information, please contact the Cemetery Office on 9083 8899.

  • Bronte Gully Bushcare Group thumbnail Bronte Gully Bushcare Group 08/07/2018 to 08/07/2018 :

    Join like-minded locals and help make a positive difference to one of our special green spaces. You'll learn about native plants and wildlife, and enjoy the well-being benefits from time spent in nature. Bushcare volunteers play a vital role in caring for our coastal native bushland. Come regularly or whenever it suits. No experience necessary and supervised children are welcome. Tools, gloves and morning tea are provided.

    When: Every second (alternate) Sunday of the month 9am-12noon

    Where: Bronte Park end of the gully 

    More information: bushcare@waverley.nsw.gov.au  

  • Black Screen thumbnail Black Screen 13/07/2018 to 13/07/2018

    Program 1:  11am
    Program 2:  12.30pm

    Come and join us for two great compilations of short films from leading Australian Indigenous talent. Immerse yourself in tales from the city to the bush in one or both sessions. A great way to see fantastic short films while celebrating NAIDOC week!

    Curated for 8-12 yrs but everyone welcome!

    For film details, view Program 1 and Program 2

    It’s FREE but please register at waverleyholidays.eventbrite.com.au

    Waverley Council acknowledges the assistance of Black Screen, an initiativeof the National Film & Sound Archive

  • Stiff Gins and Mi-kaisha in Concert thumbnail Stiff Gins and Mi-kaisha in Concert 13/07/2018 to 13/07/2018

    Friday 13 July
    7pm-9.30pm

    Join us for a night of remarkable storytelling and song with this dynamic combination of some of Australia's most loved and respected Aboriginal female artists, the Stiff Gins and Mi-kaisha in concert at the Bondi Pavilion Theatre.
    Immerse yourself in the stunning harmonies and wicked sense of humour of the Stiff Gins who transport audiences to a world of joy, spirit and song. After many albums, with a new one in the making, and countless breathtaking shows, the Stiff Gins name has become synonymous with strength, pride and musical excellence.

    Young, accomplished, award-winning musician and RnB artist, Mi-kaisha represents a beautiful melted dichotomy of sweet and deadly. Her voice is phenomenally soulful and sugary, yet her lyrics represent hard-hitting, often political messages about being a young black women in urban Australia.

    Welcome to Country with Rhonda Dixon-Grosvenor.

    Be sure not to miss this unforgettable night!

    Tickets $25
    Bookings at Eventbrite
    Bar opens at 6pm
    7pm performance by Mi-kaisha
    Intermission
    Stiff Gins perform at 8pm

    Waverley Council celebrates NAIDOC Week 2018, themed ‘Because of her, we can!’ marking the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make - to our communities, our families, our rich history and to our nation.

    Waverley Council acknowledges the support of Aboriginal Affairs NSW.

  • Hugh Bamford Reserve Bushcare Group thumbnail Hugh Bamford Reserve Bushcare Group 14/07/2018 to 14/07/2018 :

    Join like-minded locals and help make a positive difference to one of our special green spaces. You'll learn about native plants and wildlife, and enjoy the well-being benefits from time spent in nature. Bushcare volunteers play a vital role in caring for our coastal native bushland. Come regularly or whenever it suits. No experience necessary and supervised children are welcome. Tools, gloves and morning tea are provided.  

    Based on the coastal northern end of Bondi beach at Dover Heights, this is a spectacular view not to be missed, a great way to be outdoors and make new friends. 

    When: The second Saturday of the month 9am-12noon

    Where: End of laneway between 46 and 48 Wentworth Street, Dover Heights 

    More information: bushcare@waverley.nsw.gov.au  

  • Under & Over - Bondi Feast thumbnail Under & Over - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 28/07/2018

    Housed in the Upstairs Bathrooms at the festival, Under and Over is an unticketed installation piece exploring the beauty and unpredictability of the ocean through projected, layered visuals and ambient sound design.

    A collaboration between video artist Marnie Vaughn and music and sound company Signal Creative (Emma Hoy and Caroline Wallace), Under and Over is a stylised and imaginative tribute to the ocean. The installation is a sensory experience, taking audience members under and over the waves as it moves between gentle beauty and dangerous depths.

    Created specifically for Bondi Feast from local sights and sounds that have been re-imagined to create a magical, captivating space for festival-goers.

    This is a free, unticketed installation.

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July, Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July, Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Room: Festival Bathrooms

    Find out more here.

  • Heavy Lifting - Bondi Feast thumbnail Heavy Lifting - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 28/07/2018

    Going Up!

    Be whisked away into the Bondi Pavilion Lift for a private rendezvous. Stand clear and listen closely – this one will be over before you know it.

    This is a free, unticketed event.

    Time: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Duration: 90 seconds

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July, Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July, Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Room: The Lift

    Find out more here.

  • Love + Cordial - Bondi Feast thumbnail Love + Cordial - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    A story of boy meets girl / man meets woman.

    A hilarious tale of falling in love, long-distance relationships, breaking up and trying to put it all back together again.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Misery Loves Cabaret - Bondi Feast  thumbnail Misery Loves Cabaret - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    Have you ever put on an Adele song on a rainy day and stared out the window crying?

    We all want happier lives, so what is it about sad songs that keeps us turning up the stereo to rub salt in our wounds? This Bondi Feast, join Shannen Sarstedt in her cabaret debut as she pays homage to the greatest ugly-crying anthems of all time. Charting from Joni Mitchell to Joy Division and everywhere in between, Misery Loves Cabaret explores our cultural obsession with melancholy and celebrates the theatricality and melodrama of sad songs. With musical accompaniment by the devastatingly talented Conrad Hamill on cello and piano, this show is set to be the ultimate feel-bad experience, guaranteed to make you cry until you laugh.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Book your tickets here.

  • You've Got Mail - Bondi Feast thumbnail You've Got Mail - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    You’ve Got Mail is a drastically different take on the beloved romantic comedy of the same name.

    Meg Ryan is looking for love on the internet. She finds a kind and thoughtful stranger in a chat room and instantly engages in flirty repartee. The play appears to be a romcom – it looks and feels like a romcom, and Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks are both charismatic and endearing romcom heavyweights, right? Wrong.

    The story takes a strange turn as the online chatroom the two communicate through engages in manipulative romantic power play with both parties. Can real human emotion prevail in the age of the internet? Or does addiction to online interaction spell the end for love?

    You’ve Got Mail is a new work created by emerging playwright Ang Collins and emerging director Sarah Hadley. Postmodern, parodic, romantic and funny until it’s not, You’ve Got Mail is a quirky romcom for those trying to hold onto something pure in the dark age of the internet.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thu 19 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your ticket here.

  • Bondi Feast Opening Gala thumbnail Bondi Feast Opening Gala 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018

    Join us for an hour of booty-shaking comedy, beat boxing mischief, ukulele solos, bingo-calling and fizzing punchlines, as we cram snippets from the festival into one monster bill.

    Book now.

  • Future's Eve - Bondi Feast thumbnail Future's Eve - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    Bring in the fembots! The sex slaves, servants, ideal women! Enter the realm of robot ethics in this one-woman show about sex, robots, sex robots and man-made women.

    Projection, dance and theatre combine in an abundance of evocative performance compositions and conflicting ideas. Sometimes bizarre, sometimes hilarious, riotous, or confronting, it is always strangely compelling.

    Glitching from Pygmalion to Pris, from sexbots to Siri, come witness a spectacle of solidarity for the defective, the destructive, the disposable and the objectified.

    Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Gallery

    Get your tickets here.

  • Intoxication - Bondi Feast  thumbnail Intoxication - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    Intimacy is dead, and we’re partying with its corpse.

    Intoxication is a post-dramatic patchwork about queer millennial anxiety, exploring how the intense fear of being alone rules modern society and how one person’s loneliness is symptomatic of everyone’s problem.

    It’s about connection. Connection in all its forms: between people, friends, lovers, electricity cords and sockets, all getting close. Trying to get closer.

    Time: 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Double Denim - Bondi Feast thumbnail Double Denim - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    Two girls, one fabric. It’s a party in your pants and jacket.

    Double Denim is a kid’s party for grown ups. Michelle Brasier (Fox 8’s The Slot, Aunty Donna’s 1999) and Laura Frew (Bey Dance, Winter is Coming) gift you an hour of absurd fun, high-energy silliness, 90s nostalgia and a lot of denim. Coming to Sydney direct from hit seasons at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe and Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

    Will there be Shania Twain? The answer is yes.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thu 19 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes - Bondi Feast thumbnail Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes - Bondi Feast 17/07/2018 to 17/07/2018 :

    Behold! The Second Coming.

    Presented by the deviant minds at Renegade Productions, Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes examines the search for ecstasy, utopia and rebellion through self-destruction. It is a contemporary and perverse reading of The Book of Revelation – the thread from which we weave annihilation and redemption.

    From boot-scooting, to the U.S Navy, a swarm of locusts and Dorothy from theWizard of Oz, Unveiling focuses on reaching for higher meaning through an escalating series of sex acts and hallucinogenic experiences.

    Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes is a collaboration from Joe Hooligan Lui, Andrew Sutherland, Jacinta Larcombe and Michelle Aitken based on what they know best: a fatalistic yet earnest search for meaning in these troubled times. A ritualistic extravaganza of BDSM, high camp, religious ecstasy and altered states of being, Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes is perverse, contemporary, joyous, and hilarious.

    Reach out and touch faith.

    Time: 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Gallery

    Get your tickets here.

  • The Nib presents Jamie Grant with Lasting Lines: 100 poems and poets that you should know thumbnail The Nib presents Jamie Grant with Lasting Lines: 100 poems and poets that you should know 18/07/2018 to 18/07/2018

    Wednesday 18 July 2018
    6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
    1st Floor Library Theatrette

    A wonderful event for the well versed to the merely curious, to rediscover the pleasure of reading poetry.

    The English language is rich in poetry; yet how many people are aware that many of our stock phrases and familiar sayings have their origins as lines of poetry?
    In his recent project Lasting Lines, Jamie Grant has uncovered a selection of these enduring lines in the works of English-language poets all the way from Chaucer and Shakespeare up to the present day. Join him at Waverley as he shares a selection of his favourite pieces, accompanied by quirky biographical and critical comments.

    Poet Jamie Grant is the author of numerous collections of his own poetry, and has edited several anthologies of poetry and sports writing. He has worked in every possible area of the publishing industry, including as a bookseller, an editor, a book reviewer and writer, to name only a few. He has been a judge for Waverley Council's Nib Literary Award since its initiation, and in recent years he also been a judge of the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards and the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards.

    Free. Refreshments served.
    Bookings essential via Eventbrite.com.au

    Books will be available for purchase on the night, with thanks to Nib Award Community partners, Gertrude and Alice Bookstore Cafe.

  • Queen of Wolves - Bondi Feast thumbnail Queen of Wolves - Bondi Feast 18/07/2018 to 18/07/2018

    Blackbell House has a new governess: poor, plain, Frances Glass.

    But as odd things start occurring, Frances realises it’s difficult to be governess when the children are DEAD.

    Get ready to scream your bonnet off in Nick Coyle’s new gothic-comedy-solo show, Queen of Wolves.

    One terrifying night only!

    Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Wed 18 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Big Theatre

    Get your ticket here.

  • All Hail Me - Bondi Feast thumbnail All Hail Me - Bondi Feast 18/07/2018 to 18/07/2018

    It’s Henry VIII (with a little less gout and a lot more glitter…)

    All Hail Me brings to life the infamous King Henry VIII as a rock goddess who is ready to play. Sharing the outrageous triumphs, tragedies and debauchery of his life – this show is dark, sexy and just a little bit camp.

    A wild night of frivolity featuring wicked vocals, a guitar shredding jester and a bottle of Passion Pop. Come for the tight pants, stay for the resplendent reign of lust, greed and executions!

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Wed 18 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your ticket here.

  • Damian Callinan: Swing Man - Bondi Feast thumbnail Damian Callinan: Swing Man - Bondi Feast 19/07/2018 to 19/07/2018 :

    Damian Callinan, renowned character and stand-up comedian, suffers from OTTDS (Over The Top Dance Syndrome). After years of eschewing partner dancing and cutting up dancefloors on his own he discovers that the only cure is to learn how to Swing Dance.

    Swing Man sends Damian on a journey back to the incidents in his adolescence that set him on his path – a fracas at a Bush Dance, unrequited love at Ballroom Dancing, and the revelation that as a 17 year old he was abducted by Swing-era obsessed aliens who set him an ultimatum to learn how to Swing dance by the time he is 51.

    Lindy Hop on down to watch the three-time Barry Award nominee Shag his way through his Boogie Woogie midlife crisis.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • How to Build a Billy - Bondi Feast  thumbnail How to Build a Billy - Bondi Feast 19/07/2018 to 19/07/2018 :

    This year, Blush Opera presents a new Australian musical comedy, How To Build A Billy, a show with big voices, big banging and more than a few screws loose.

    In this madcap contemporary opera, two singers must build flatpack IKEA furniture from scratch at the same time as telling the story of two siblings struggling to cope with their newly widowed mother’s ever-growing book collection. It’s a race against the clock as the siblings’ competitive spirit takes over. Who will finish first? Who will put one of the pieces on back to front by accident? This is a show for anyone who has lost it trying to save money by building their own furniture.

    Blush Opera returns to Bondi Feast after presenting their black comedy Fancy Me Dead in 2017. This year, Blush Opera collaborates with celebrated Sydney-based percussionist Kaylie Dunstan to present an unusual, funny and thrilling chamber work by composer Paul Smith.

    Blush is a Sydney-based ensemble dedicated to expanding types of opera by incorporating elements of comedy, cabaret, musical theatre and physical theatre. They have performed at festivals around Australian and bring their unique performing aesthetic to diverse communities across the greater Sydney region.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 7:20 pm

    Duration: 20 minutes

    Dates: Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Impromptunes: The Completely Improvised Musical - Bondi Feast thumbnail Impromptunes: The Completely Improvised Musical - Bondi Feast 19/07/2018 to 19/07/2018 :

    Impromptunes returns to Bondi Feast!

    The lights dim and a brand new musical opens for the first, last and only time. Impromptunes combines the mischief of improvisation with the magic of musical theatre in an awe-inspiring show. The audience suggests a show title and seconds later the overture begins.

    You’ll be on the edge of your seat throughout as the Impromptunes cast improvises a musical full of hijinks, harmonies and hilarity.

    It’s unrehearsed. It’s unpredictable. It’s a whole lot of fun. It’s Impromptunes!

    Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Big Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • The Sorry Mum Project - Bondi Feast thumbnail The Sorry Mum Project - Bondi Feast 19/07/2018 to 19/07/2018 :

    Recently writer and performer Pippa Ellams decided she should try to treat her Mum better. It’s not that she treats her that badly, they just clash as people. Mum loves the colour red, Pippa hates the colour red. Mum loves The Block, Pippa likes good T.V shows.

    Point is, after everything they’ve been through Pippa feels like she’s never said ‘I’m sorry’ properly. So she thought no better time than now… at a festival… in front of everyone… and maybe her mother too.

    Join Pippa as she talks about her Mum and their ridiculous life together, in the hopes of making a show to apologise to her. Because just saying ‘I’m sorry’ or ‘thank you’ to the person who literally made you exist doesn’t quite cut it.

    The Sorry Mum Project is an autobiographical, REAL (if not slightly OTT) apology-cum-performance work dedicated to Pippa’s Mum.

    Time: 7:45 pm - 8:45 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • No Frills Cabaret - Bondi Feast  thumbnail No Frills Cabaret - Bondi Feast 19/07/2018 to 19/07/2018 :

    No MC, no pretense, no sequins*.

    No Frills Cabaret is coming to Sydney for the first time, bringing circus to the people. Expect jaw dropping acrobatics, spinning sensations, laugh out loud clowning and, most of all, 60 minutes of highly entertaining performances.

    The team has stripped away the glitz, glamour and over-the-top lighting to leave you with just what you need: performances that you will not see anywhere else. Pushing the creative and physical limits, these artists will showcase acts that are unique to them as well as show why they love doing what they do.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • Death of Daulman - Bondi Feast  thumbnail Death of Daulman - Bondi Feast 19/07/2018 to 19/07/2018 :

    Dedicated son, cherished brother. Please join us as we pay tribute to the life of Stuart Daulman.

    Stuart will be remembered for his positive nature, impetuous sense of humour and TV performances on Hamish & Andy’s True Story, Edge of the Bush and Fancy Boy.

    Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day.

    Time: 9:15 pm - 10:15 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 19 July, Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $25

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Gillian Cosgriff: So Far So Good - Bondi Feast thumbnail Gillian Cosgriff: So Far So Good - Bondi Feast 20/07/2018 to 20/07/2018 :

    Award-winning musical comedian Gillian Cosgriff has been writing songs for ten years – five solo shows, twenty-five festival seasons, and that one time Pharrell Williams said she was amazing (seriously, you can google it).

    She returns to Sydney to play her favourite original songs from this varied career and rework some old songs in exciting new ways. Featuring songs from her hit festival shows, Waitressing…and Other Things I Do Well, This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things, Whelmed, and To The Moon & Back, and directed by Virginia Gay (Calamity JaneAll Saints, Winners & Losers), this is an unmissable night of Cosgriff’s best work.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $25

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Geraldine Hickey: Plucky - Bondi Feast thumbnail Geraldine Hickey: Plucky - Bondi Feast 20/07/2018 to 20/07/2018 :

    We’ve all got fears and anxieties, Geraldine is plucky enough to face hers.

    Co-host on Melbourne’s 3RRRFM Breakfasters, seen on ABC TV’s Comedy Next Gen and a sell-out season at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Geraldine Hickey brings her new show to Bondi Feast.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Seen & Heard - Bondi Feast thumbnail Seen & Heard - Bondi Feast 20/07/2018 to 20/07/2018 :

    A stunning showcase of song, dance, striptease and vaudeville, combined with the art of confessional, autobiographical storytelling.

    Burlesque queen and storyteller Becky Lou has trawled the glittery underbelly of the international Fringe circuit, queer parties, circus spaces, cabaret clubs and burlesque bars to bring together this incredible line-up of alt-cabaret artists willing to embrace their vulnerability and share personal stories.

    Time: 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Fri 20 July, Sat 21 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your ticket here.

  • Diamond Bay Bushcare Group thumbnail Diamond Bay Bushcare Group 21/07/2018 to 21/07/2018 :

    Join like-minded locals and help make a positive difference to one of our special green spaces. You'll learn about native plants and wildlife, and enjoy the well-being benefits from time spent in nature. Bushcare volunteers play a vital role in caring for our coastal native bushland. Come regularly or whenever it suits. No experience necessary and supervised children are welcome. Tools, gloves and morning tea are provided. 

    When: The third Saturday of the month 9am-12noon

    Where: End of diamond Bay Road, Vaucluse 

    More information: bushcare@waverley.nsw.gov.au  

  • Eastern Reserve Bushcare Group thumbnail Eastern Reserve Bushcare Group 21/07/2018 to 21/07/2018 :

    Join like-minded locals and help make a positive difference to one of our special green spaces. You'll learn about native plants and wildlife, and enjoy the well-being benefits from time spent in nature. Bushcare volunteers play a vital role in caring for our coastal native bushland. Come regularly or whenever it suits. No experience necessary and supervised children are welcome. Tools, gloves and morning tea are provided. 

    Help make a positive difference to one of our special green spaces.

    When: The third Saturday of the month 9am-12noon

    Where: End of Lancaster Road, Dover Heights

    More information: bushcare@waverley.nsw.gov.au  

  • Hamlet: A New Australian Play - Bondi Feast thumbnail Hamlet: A New Australian Play - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    Hamlet and Ophelia are depressed. Or is it Antoinette? Sarah Kane meets Brecht meets Adult Swim in this failed but brutally earnest attempt to perform Shakespeare’s classic.

    Post-dramatic, metatheatrical and downright phantasmagorical, our performers slip in and out of Shakespeare’s famous text whilst simultaneously taking the piss and fervently attempting to get things right. Featuring fantasy, pop sing-a-longs and a paper shredder, this is Hamlet unlike you’ve ever seen it before.

    Time: 6:45 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 75 minutes

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Big Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • BUBU - Bondi Feast  thumbnail BUBU - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    From the sound of coconuts scraped to haunting traditional song, BUBUshows the impact of capitalism on the way of their people, from family relations to eroding sand. Harnessing their primal lineage they move beyond critique and offer strength, forgiveness and love as a viable solution.

    In a space where the performativity of Pacific Islander culture meets the contemporary world of theater, BUBU tells a story is told of toxicity, of behavior unchallenged.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Can I Get An Amen?! - Bondi Feast thumbnail Can I Get An Amen?! - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    After sell-out shows in Edinburgh, London, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane, Can I Get An Amen?! is the sassiest cult that’s taking the world by storm.

    Inspired by RuPaul, Whoopi Goldberg and boxed wine, Kaitlyn Rogers’ award-winning show is a celebration of imperfection. The truth is, no one is perfect and that’s okay. Because girl, if you can’t love yourself how the hell you gonna love somebody else? Can I get an amen?!

    Prepare your heart, liver and soul for what critics are praising as ‘shameless’. This show is not to be missed!

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Comma Sutra - Bondi Feast  thumbnail Comma Sutra - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    After multiple sold out seasons and a nomination for Best Cabaret at Perth Fringe World, Louisa Fitzhardinge brings her critically acclaimed comedy cabaret to Sydney!

    Louisa’s found true love in the English language, but it’s hard being a grammar nerd when there are people selling “potato’s” and misusing the word ‘literally’ at every turn. All she really wants is someone who’ll snuggle up with her on the couch and seductively whisper puns into her ear. Ideally in multiple languages. Is that too much to ask?

    Join language-loving Lou as she explores the ‘bien’ and the ‘mal’ of how we communicate, from sign language gone wrong to Germany’s penchant for weird and wonderful words, and figures out why she’s so smitten with the written.

    It’s nerdy. It’s pun-filled. And it might just make you want to learn a language… or at least start erasing those damn stray apostrophes on café blackboards.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • Mr Foot - Bondi Feast thumbnail Mr Foot - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    They’re a typical middle class couple: he’s a jerk, she’s a drunk and they spend their evenings quietly hating each other. This evening is different though – there’s a special guest coming. Mr Foot is darkly absurd comedy which proves that whoever said “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach” didn’t have much of an imagination.

    Time: 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $15

    Room: Gallery

    Get your tickets here.

  • Claire Healy: (Get a) Real Job - Bondi Feast thumbnail Claire Healy: (Get a) Real Job - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    Claire has never had a real job.

    With a resume that looks like a list of highly questionable life choices, from Croatian Busker to Tennis Tour Guide to Magic Salad Fingers (true story), Claire’s charming new show tackles the endlessly awkward question: “what do you do?”

    (Get a) Real Job looks at what we do to make a few dollars – the changing ways we make our sweet cash in a world of unaffordable houses and unpaid internships – and what to write on a boarding card when ‘Wandering Theatrical Gypsy with Limited Life Skills’ doesn’t quite fit.

    Come on a musical romp full of original songs, accompanied by piano, ukulele and a requisite gin, of course.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July, Thu 26 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • MARS: An Interplanetary Cabaret - Bondi Feast thumbnail MARS: An Interplanetary Cabaret - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    Zorble! Tingee-bop! Scree!

    Five Martians crash to Earth searching for five ‘hot babes’ to take back to their home planet. After many failed seduction attempts, they discover that modern dating on Earth is a bit more complex than they thought. The runt of the group, Omega, searches for a greater purpose than his comrades’ libidinous scavenging, and goes on a fabulous journey of sex education, love and happiness. Will the other Martians learn their lesson before the Earth authorities discover their presence?

    Inspired by terrible sci-fi films of the 1960s, this all-new alienoid cabaret devised by NIDA alums Andrew McInnes and Ang Collins is a wild UFO ride with a whole lot of love, respect and tentacles.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • SHITSTORM - Bondi Feast thumbnail SHITSTORM - Bondi Feast 24/07/2018 to 24/07/2018 :

    Maybe we should say it’s a tale, or tail rather, because that’s really where all this began.

    Alyssan Russell’s new one-woman show SHITSTORM is a series of stories and stupid comments about living with less than ideal circumstances.

    When diagnosed in late 2014 with a carcinoid saccrococcygeal terratoma – a massive tumour on her coccyx – Alyssan was in the middle of writing a one woman show about the humourous absurdities of life. Life imitated art. Medically, catastrophically, laughably.

    In SHITSTORM Alyssan will regale you not only with stories of overcoming illness and the horrors and humour of piecing together ones own body, but the simply ridiculous tales of what it is to live this crazy life – to endure the shitstorm.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Tue 24 July, Wed 25 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Decluttering Workshop thumbnail Decluttering Workshop 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018

    Thursday 26 July
    6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Cost: $20

    Back by popular demand, join the team from LessMess who will help you develop personalised solutions to conquer the clutter in your life.

    Need help removing the clutter in your life? Learn the ABC of decluttering,donating and sustainably removing your stuff in this informative workshop.
    You will learn the difference between decluttering andorganising, starting small and the 4 bucket method.
    Find out what to do with the oversupply,including rubbish, recycling, donations, and selling unwanted items.
    Being organised saves time and money - eliminating clutter can reduce housework by 40%.
    You will receive a 20 page workbook including relevant weblinks, waste collection and disposal options.

    Please ensure that a ticket is purchased for each attendee. This event it likely to sell out!

    Light refreshments provided.

    Undercover library parking is free for the first 2 hours when parking ticket is validated.

    Register at Eventbrite

  • Dirty People - Bondi Feast thumbnail Dirty People - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    Divas, death and dirt.

    When James and Lucy meet for a (one-sided) date, a pornographic photo becomes the centre of their attention. Meanwhile, Tina and her conservative, rage-aholic fiancé Rex are at the same bar, discussing the state of Australian politics and Melbourne’s left-wing cesspool. No one realises every move they make will involve the other pair. Until the waiter overhears.

    Dirty People is a time-twisting comedy thriller about the new generation. After a short yet critically acclaimed Sydney run in 2016, followed by a ★★★★ season at Perth’s 2017 FringeWord festival, JackRabbit Theatre dirties up Bondi Feast with this tight and explosive production.

    Time: 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Big Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Dani Cabs is Poncho Orange - Bondi Feast thumbnail Dani Cabs is Poncho Orange - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    Dani Cabs hits Sydney for the first time, bringing his ★★★★★ show Dani Cabs is Poncho Orange to Bondi Feast.

    Zany, erratic and completely absurd, this part Latin-lover, part buffoon is on an eternal quest for belonging… the good kind of belonging, if you know what we mean?

    Mixing clowning, dancing and physical comedy, Poncho flows through audiences with hypnotic and sensual moves to delicately and innocently lead you on an unforgettable tale of passion, desire and pure silliness.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • The Ballad of Frank Allen - Bondi Feast thumbnail The Ballad of Frank Allen - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    A comedy about a man who lives in another man’s beard.

    From the bizarre mind of Fringe-favourite Shane Adamczak (Just For Laughs Award winner and producer of the Award-winning ★★★★★ fringe hits This Is Not A Love Song and Vicious Circles) comes a comedy about how even the smallest people can do big things.

    When a scientific accident causes a mild-mannered janitor to shrink and get stuck in another man’s beard, their unlikely friendship might be exactly what the two directionless men need to set them on the path toward being better men.

    Featuring two of Australia’s most established indie-theatre performers, Shane Adamczak (Trampoline, Zack Adams and The Little Prince) and St John Cowcher (My Robot, The Red Balloon, Farm and The Adventures Of Alvin Sputnik), the show combines physical theatre, storytelling, musical comedy and indie-rock. The Ballad Of Frank Allen is a theatrical experience like no other and one of the most weird and original shows you’ll ever see!

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $25

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Warm Skin - Bondi Feast  thumbnail Warm Skin - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    Fusing dance and circus, Warm Skin creates a deeply intimate world of physicality.

    From award-winning circus artists Robbie Curtis (Cirque Du Soleil, Circa, Circus Oz) and Alyssa Moore (TEOC, AfterDark Theatre) comes a new contemporary circus piece tangling together our deepest desires and greatest fears.

    Warm Skin twists, tumbles and flies its way through our all-consuming desires. Featuring live music from Melbourne band Yonderkid, melt into this luscious display of body mastery and breathtaking fluidity.

    Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • Surf Seance - Bondi Feast thumbnail Surf Seance - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    An Occult Magic Beach Party an Cuttlefish Cove

    One year ago, Shawn, the town’s most popular teenage surfer, mysteriously disappeared. Presumed dead, his fellow teeny-bopper friends are going to hold a seance to try to find out what really happened. Was he murdered by Burton, his jealous best friend? Kidnapped by Cheez-It, the high school nerd? Jay Jay thinks it was alien sharks… Or maybe it was BONGO JOHNNY?

    Equal parts silly and spooky, Surf Seance is horror-kitsch theatre at its best.

    Enter an abandoned Tiki Bar to gather clues and witness plot twists, until the final climactic reveal of what really happened at Cuttlefish Cove. Prepare for bikinis, bongos, ghosts and more at this interactive performance parody of 1960s teen surfer films.

    Time: 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $25

    Room: Gallery

    Get your tickets here.

  • Showko: Absolutely Normal - Bondi Feast thumbnail Showko: Absolutely Normal - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018

    Welcome to the quirky and hilarious world of Showko – Australia’s favourite Japanese comedian.

    Kooky and off-beat, Showko’s blend of stand-up, puppetry, ventriloquism and Rakugo (Japanese storytelling comedy) is hugely entertaining and utterly unique. Growing up in the kookiest culture on earth, she escaped into a childhood fantasy world of making and talking to puppets – now it’s her job. The world may be crazy, but Showko is absolutely normal. Honestly!

    Directed by Heath McIvor (the man behind Randy the Puppet),Showko: Absolutely Normal was one of the standout hit shows at the Malthouse Theatre during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 am

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • Soma Sonic - Bondi Feast thumbnail Soma Sonic - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    Soma Sonic is a collection of performances by artists at the forefront of new musical instrument design.

    Featuring solo and collaborative performances from Mary Mainsbridge, Alon Ilsar and Donna Hewitt, three artists whose interactive works explore the intersection between sound, voice, movement and visuals.

    Expect the unexpected with innovations in performer-led embodied interface design, augmented vocal applications, wearables and wireless interaction. The performers navigate the interface between humans and machines, from sensor based microphones and wearable performance interfaces to gesture controlled visual environments, embodied interfaces and off-the-shelf gaming controllers transformed into unique musical instruments.

    Mary, Alon and Donna have performed and exhibited work internationally and bring together their unique approaches to working with sound and the human body.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 am

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • I Am Your Guru - Bondi Feast thumbnail I Am Your Guru - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    In a world of noise and chaos, one voice cuts through. Luke Joseph Ryan is a world renowned psychotherapist, spiritual leader and down-hill skier. Allow him into your life and your heart will literally double in size. This is dangerous and very real.

    As seen on Nickelodeon, as heard on Nova, and as cherished and needed by you. Don’t just listen to the countless celebrities endorsing him (upwards of 7), come and see, hear and need for yourself.

    Bring a change of clothes because you will leave a different person. You may also soil yourself, so definitely bring it.

    Time: 9:45 pm - 10:45 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Luxury Split - Bondi Feast thumbnail Luxury Split - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018

    Ange is an angry little girl and a regular on the Sydney comedy scene, eager to confess that she’s a pervert, and that childhood cancer made her into an asshole. Jane, an improviser by trade, is both rural and sexual. They’ve prepared a luxurious hour of stand-up comedy, just for you.

    Ange and Jane grew up together in Bathurst, New South Wales, and finally, almost ten years later, Ange has bullied Jane into a comedy tour. Together, they’ll bring you the insights into life as a young woman in the country that you never knew you wanted, with more honesty than you probably bargained for.

    Expect tragedy, comedy, feats of strength, huge truths, and plenty of lies as well. But you’ll like it, because jokes are just lies that make you laugh.

    Time: 9:45 pm - 10:45 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • The Late Night Buffet - Bondi Feast  thumbnail The Late Night Buffet - Bondi Feast 26/07/2018 to 26/07/2018 :

    The most explosive cabaret event of the season, The Late Night Buffet is a degustation of entertainment for the senses.

    Indulge in a feast of comedy, burlesque, jaw dropping aerial and vaudeville served by some of Australia’s top international performers. Come to watch then stay to let loose as the show bursts the tent seams to transform the night into a fabulous frivolous party.

    The Late Night buffet is a one-hour circus and variety show presented by Bondi-based production company Plastik Soup. Hosted by the ever-charming Brisbane comedian and fringe regular Dani Cabs, the show serves forkfuls of fun and dishy delights. These seasoned artists will have you coming back for seconds.

    Time: 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Thu 26 July, Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • Adulting - Bondi Feast thumbnail Adulting - Bondi Feast 27/07/2018 to 27/07/2018 :

    If you’ve ever been engaged at 19, or racked up parking fines worth a house deposit, then like Tash York you’ve probably not mastered Adulting.

    Adulting is the process of doing ‘grown-up’ things. Things like holding down a job, paying your bills on time, cooking dinner (that doesn’t involve Maccas drive-thru) and even doing your taxes. Known for her ballsy voice, witty repartee and wine loving antics, award-winning cabaret artist Tash York (These Things Take Wine, The Desperettes, Impromptunes) explains why we can all relate: growing up is hard!

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Little Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • So So Smol - Bondi Feast thumbnail So So Smol - Bondi Feast 27/07/2018 to 27/07/2018 :

    Hello! Come in! Come in! Take a seat, which ever one you like.

    Would you like a drink? Here you go. You are very, very welcome. I’m so glad you came. Now, where to start? This is my lamp, these are my records. Let me put some music on! I love this song, let me tell you why…

    Edan Lacey wants to tell you what he loves. Raw, emotional, and achingly funny, So So Smol is a glimpse into the mind, heart and soul of award-winning improviser and Comedian Edan Lacey.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $20

    Room: Mini Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • Trevor Ashley: Barbra and Me - Bondi Feast thumbnail Trevor Ashley: Barbra and Me - Bondi Feast 27/07/2018 to 27/07/2018 :

    Since he saw her movie debut in Funny Girl when he was a young kid, cabaret queen Trevor Ashley has been obsessed with La Streisand. As a triple-threat actor-singer-director, her own behaviour has often been just as threatening, and she is known to many as the ultimate perfectionist diva.

    What you probably don’t know is how close he has gotten to the lady herself over his years in the biz – in fact, he is only one degree of separation away.

    Through hilarious true stories from both his and her lives, find out how a boy from Bexley ended up getting drunk with Barbra’s sister in a New York bar.

    Time: 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Duration: 1 hour

    Dates: Fri 27 July, Sat 28 July

    Price: $30

    Room: Parlour Tent

    Get your tickets here.

  • 24 Hour Party Playwright - Bondi Feast thumbnail 24 Hour Party Playwright - Bondi Feast 28/07/2018 to 28/07/2018

    Six playwrights, six directors and 24 hours to come up with six brand new plays. Get ready for the freshest new works you will ever see.

    Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    Duration: 90 minutes

    Dates: Sat 28 July

    Price: $15

    Room: Big Theatre

    Get your tickets here.

  • National Tree Day Bronte thumbnail National Tree Day Bronte 29/07/2018 to 29/07/2018

    This National Tree Day we’ve got a range of nature immersion activities for all ages happening in Bronte Park!

    Activities include a forest therapy walk, yoga for young and old, a guided nature walk, nature craft, tree planting and habitat and sustainable living info.

    You can also get information and advice on how to create a habitat in your garden and other sustainability tips from Council's Second Nature Team and meet with representatives from Greater Sydney Landcare

  • MUSIC ON THE STREETS- Bondi Winter Magic thumbnail MUSIC ON THE STREETS- Bondi Winter Magic 29/07/2018 01/01/1970

    Gould Street, Hall Street, Campbell Parade
    Cruise, jive or tap-dance around Bondi to the sound of buskers of every genre, on every street corner, doorway and lane playing their hearts out for charity.
    The day will feature amateur and professional musicians, school choirs, orchestras, musical families, solo performers and garage bands. If you love music then join us for this fun family event.

    Register to busk at www.bondichamber.com.au/music
    Keep up to date on Bondi Chambers facebook page

  • Tech Time: Get to Know Social Media thumbnail Tech Time: Get to Know Social Media 31/07/2018 to 31/07/2018

    Tuesday 31 July
    10:00am - 12:00pm

    Confused by social media? Get connected with friends and family - learn how to use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest to keep in touch in a digital age.

    Please remember to bring your devices along. We will provide desktop computers for training.

    Free parking for first 2 hours when you validate your ticket.

    Please register at Eventbrite