Feastiality

Friday 24th August

Candescence

Saturday 25th August

Moksha

Saturday 25th August

Dance Hall Deliverance

Saturday 25th August

The Hungry Gentlemen

Born to Taste

Saturday 25th August

NUTSACK and The Refuge

Saturday 25th August

Dark/Light Outdoor Cinema

Saturday 25th August

Yam Dasies and Cider Gums

Saturday 25th August

DJ and Cocktails or Kids Party

Friday 24th and Saturday 25th August

The Bush Tannery

Sunday 26th August

The Art of Darkness

 Friday 24th August – Sunday 9th September

Revolution: A Hula Hoop Dance Workshop

Saturday 25th August

Valediction for the Voiceless

Friday 24th August

Locals on the Brink

‘Creation’: the Apollo Bay Indoor Market and Gallery Pop-up

The ‘Creation’ event presents handmade, textile design and shiatsu together with Gayle Seach Art and Andrew Strang Photography. It will combine the birthing of the new through handmade creations and textile designs, from wool spinning to sewing, photography and painting, all emerging from the creative process and imagination. This is a free indoor venue showcasing local handmade and unique creations.

AT: St Aiden’s Hall, Nelson St Apollo Bay

DATES: Friday 24th, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th August

TIME: Friday and Saturday 10am – 6pm; Sunday 10am – close

COST: Free

Deeper Water: the songs of Paul Kelly

This concert features the songs Paul Kelly which are often stories of the cycle of life: birth, love and death. ‘Deeper Water ‘ is a story exactly about this. Love creates birth, love lasts for generations, death is ultimately part of love.

The concert will be performed by 12 local and visiting musicians, and MC’d  and narrated by Peter Fillmore who will give a history of Kelly and his life, and talk about his songs.

AT: The Great Ocean Brewhouse, 29-35 Great Ocean Rd Apollo Bay

DATE: Saturday 25th August

TIME: 3pm – 5pm

PRICE: Free

The Fillmore Brothers

Jack and Seamus Fillmore make honest and catchy guitar pop singing about their mundane lives and surroundings. The coastal town of Apollo Bay and a healthy diet of great songwriters like Bob Dylan, Paul Kelly, Grant McLennan etc, formed the brothers’ childhood and lead to their love of writing and performing together. Now based in Melbourne, the boys released their debut EP A Quick Cuppa With The Fillmore Brothers earlier this year ad are loading up for a second release before the year is through.

AT: The Great Ocean Brewhouse, 29-35 Great Ocean Rd Apollo Bay

DATE: Friday 24th August

TIME: 8pm

COST: Free

Ecoshiatsu Workshop

Practical hands-on Ecoshiatsu workshops for each weekend on the themes of Yin (Death) and Yang (Birth), and the cycle of life and death through the perspective of East Asian medicine, permaculture and ecological design.

AT: Ecoshiatsu clinic space in Apollo Bay (bookings required, numbers limited, details of location upon booking)

DATE: Sunday 26th August

TIME: 11am – 1pm

PRICE: $50.00

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Estelle Shirecore Barker House Concert

A program of piano repertoire which travels through various time periods and styles. From the baroque era, with music from J.S. Bach, provoking thought about the meaning of human existence by virtue of its all embracing earthiness and divinity, through to more modern works, such as those by Prokofiev. His Seventh Sonata was written during the 1940’s, a period of great struggle for Russia, and through this sonata Prokofiev displays the harsh and relentless nature of war, while also exploring the very human side of the conflict and the emotions of those in such a difficult time. This sonata embodies not only the tragedy, loss and violence of this period in Russian history, but also the incredible sensitivity, love, creation and life still present within the people. Also featured in the program will be romantic works such as Chopin’s G Minor Ballade- performed in concert halls around the world and renowned for its dramatic narrative and overwhelming lyricism, this work tells a tale which displays not only anguish and grief, but also includes moments of the most giving nature, a tenderness which links closely to the theme of birth. The program will also feature other shorter works which further enable the exploration of birth and existence within the realm of solo piano music.

AT: a private home – bookings required on 0439 675 145. Numbers limited, details of location upon booking.

DATE: Friday 24th August

TIME: 7pm

COST: $5 payable at the door.