Set that stage on fire

Winter is no time to turn the music down. Get to a gig. Belly laugh along with the comedy crowd.
And embrace the drama of the night with Short Plays and Proof.

 
 

WEEKEND 1

 Weekend 1

Weekend 1

SONGS AND STORIES FROM THE HEART

$22 adult, $17 concession
Fri  8 June 7:30pm
St John’s Church, Regent St

The Bruce Campbell Collective, featuring Barney Hurrell, Des Bunyon and special guest Jessica Skye, present a captivating concert of original ballads, modern folk songs and stories. After touring the region, Bruce brings the artists together for a special performance under the arches of St John’s Church. Includes wine and nibbles. Tickets online or available at the door.

 
 Weekend 1

Weekend 1

WHERE SONG BEGAN

$25 adults, $20 concession, $10 students
Sat 9 June 3-4pm
Reardon Theatre, 35 Bank St

Inspired by ornithologist Tim Low’s award-winning book, this live performance explores the Australian evolutionary significance of songbirds. Contemplate ‘whether human music would have reached the heights it has, had the first songbird not sung in an Australian rainforest’. Violinist Simone Slattery (PhD in Music Performance) and cellist Anthony Albrecht (graduate of NYC’s The Juilliard School), play music spanning 300 years, from the baroque to new Australian pieces. All to a backdrop of evocative digital images on the big screen. A rare event for all ages. Tickets available now or at the door.

 
 Weekend 1

Weekend 1

WOMEN IN SONG

$20 adult, $15 concession, U/15 free
Sun 9 June 2pm
Reardon Theatre, Bank St

Sisterhood on stage! Feel the collective heart and power in the voices and music of local women. Move with the tunes of singer-songwriters Sheree Duncan, Nancie Schipper, Oriel Glennen, Michelle Uriarauthe and more.

This was a sell-out event last year and we can’t wait for another stirring show from this special gathering of South West performers. Fundraiser event for the Bandari Women’s Project.

Tickets available online soon, with limited sales at the door.

 

WEEKEND 2

 
 Weekend 2

Weekend 2

Short play festival - 7 plays in 3 days!

Early bird tickets: $20 adult, $15 concession, $10 children 8-15yrs
Tickets at door: $25 adult, $20 concession, $10 children 8-15yrs
Fri 22 June 7:30pm,    Sat 23 June 7:30pm,  Sun 24 June 2pm
Lecture Hall, Sackville St Port Fairy

The Port Fairy Theatre Group presents seven plays. The stage will come alive with this entirely local collection of plays and performance!  In its 3rd year, the Short Play Festival showcases the talent of our local writers, directors and actors.

 
 Weekend 2

Weekend 2

DIRTY ANGEL COMEDY

Free
Sun 24 June 8pm
Coffin Sally, 33 Sackville St

The best comics in the district come to Port Fairy for the first time! Finish off the weekend with slices of rockin’ pizza, some warming drinks and plenty of laughs with Dirty Angel Comedy.

Get your mates and your giggles sorted and book a table by calling Coffin Sally on 03 5568 2618.

Got some material and want to jump on stage? This could be your time to shine! To register for stand up contact Aiden via the Dirty Angel Comedy Facebook page.

 

WEEKEND 3

 Weekend 3

Weekend 3

hot pizza, cool jazz

Free
Fri 6pm-late
Wishart Gallery, 19 Sackville St

While jazz guitarist Stephen Fewell delivers two hours of cool classics from the Golden Era of Jazz – the 40’s, 50’s & 60’s - the boys at Captain Wishart’s Bar will serve the piping hot pizzas. The coolest way to ease into this winter weekend.

 
 Weekend 3

Weekend 3

aika IN THE CHURCH

$20
Sat 7 July  - Church Hall bar opens 7pm, Music in the Church at 8pm
St John’s Church, Regent St

Congregate with Aika in the big house for this elevating festival event. Come under the arches to see, feel and hear their mesmerising blend of lush, ambient chamber pop tracks, evoking the monumental sounds of The E-Street Band, Dire Straits and The National.  Initially a project of Koroit’s Liam Barling and local engineer/producer Joe Gardner, Aika, as a live band, makes full use of its eight-piece ensemble, reimagining past recordings for this holy space.

With special guests and DJ after party in the Church Hall, this divine winter night will take your spirit ever higher!

 

WEEKEND 4

 Weekend 4

Weekend 4

BAROQUE: BOUYANT, BEAUTIFUL, BLISSFUL 

Gold coin
Sat 21 July 4-5pm
Reardon Theatre, Bank St

Three fine classical musicians present an hour of Baroque music. Ben Singh, formally a violinist with Brisbane Orchestra and a Baroque music specialist leads a trio with brilliant flautist Peter Cheng Yu-Jen and Port Fairy pianist Julie McErlain.

Refreshments included in your donation entry.

 
 Weekend 4

Weekend 4

HIGHWAY 1 THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS PROOF

$39 full, $35 concession + booking fees
Sat 21 July 8pm
The Lecture Hall, Sackville St

When things are uncertain, we look for proof. Catherine spent years caring for her brilliant but unstable father, whose death sends her adrift. She searches for independence while grappling with secrets of his past and a returned sister intent on managing their father’s affairs. David Auburn’s award-winning play (Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award) explores the fragility of genius and family relationships. Performed by Highway 21 Theatre Company as part of their 2018 regional tour. Contains some coarse language, adult themes and references to mental health.

 
 Weekend 4

Weekend 4

DIRTY ANGEL COMEDY

Free
Sun 22 July 8pm
Coffin Sally, 33 Sackville St

The best comics in the district come to Port Fairy for the first time! Finish off the weekend with slices of rockin’ pizza, some warming drinks and plenty of laughs with Dirty Angel Comedy.

Get your mates and your giggles sorted and book a table by calling Coffin Sally on 03 5568 2618. Got some material and want to jump on stage? This could be your time to shine! To register for stand up contact Aiden via the Dirty Angel Comedy Facebook page.