Whats On



Tickets for all performances are available from the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery 8539 1420 and Town Hall Box Office.

Book online at https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/events/22965

Dave Arden - The Ruby Hunter Foundation Show Poster Murray Bridge 2018 160hDave Arden & The Kokamara Band

$25 Adult/$15 Concession Tickets 
7.30pm Friday 26 October 2018 
@ Murray Bridge Town Hall 

The Ruby Hunter Foundation presents Dave Arden & The Kokamara Band and Murray Bridge local artists Katie Aspel and Hannah Smith and Adelaide band Mon Cheri. 
For one night only at this showcase event on 26 October, bring Aboriginal contemporary live music to Murray Bridge Town Hall. 

Headline by aboriginal artist Kokatha/Gunditjmara, Songman, Stpryteller, Dave Arden for the last thirty-three years in the Australian music industry.
Dave Arden has worked with many of the great Indigenous and non-Indigenous acts from around Australia as a guitarist, musical director and a front man with the lilkes of: Archie Roach, the late Ruby Hunter, Shane Howard and Paul Kelly and the Black Arm Band. 
He has released this latest single Red Desert Man and he will be performing the song at the Murray Bridge Town Hall with the Kokamara Band on the night. 

Purchase Tickets: https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/dave-arden-the-kokamara-band/pre-sale
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daveaarden/ 
Website: http://www.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=468 

Town Hall Image prisoners and pups 150pxPrisoners and Pups

$10 /$5 Concession Tickets 
7.30pm Tuesday 6 November 
@ Murray Bridge Town Hall 

The award winning South Australian documentary, Prisioners And Pups, tracing the highs and lows of a small group of women prisoners who have just eight weeks to transform retired racing greyhounds into obedient, house-friendly pets, will tour regional South Australia this November. 

Shot and directed by renowned Adelaide filmaker, Shalom Almond, Prisoners and Pups follows five prisoners from the Adelaide Women's Prison as they foster retired racing greyhounds to get them ready for adoption. The dogs, born into breeding kennels, have never known the sights and sounds of life beyond the track. Trained as racing dogs - these dogs needs to learn how to assimilate and become companions to humans in the next stage of their lives. 

For the women, This is their last chance too. Some have spent most of their lives behind bars and others are first time offenders. While consistent themes of substance abuse and violence echo throughout their stories, the hardest test turns out to be facing up to themselves. Can the prisoners and dogs work together to prepare for their new lives outside?? 

Director Shalom Almond said she is excited to be able to share her experience with these women and dogs with regional South Australia. 

"Having the unique opportunity of being granted access into the women's prison was a great privilege, and to be able to follow and connect with both these women and greyhounds on their journey towards mutual rehabilitation and a second chance at life, it was extraordinary,' said Almond. 

"I'm thrilled to take this film on the road to regional South Australia to share this inspiring and hopeful story with new audiences and diverse communities." 

Following the screening there will be a special Q&A session with filmmaker Shalom Almond, about her experiences behind the scenes making the documentary. At many of the screenings she will be joined by special guests, including the ex-prisoners from the film, to discuss the triumphs and challenges of rehabilitation and reintegration into the community. 

Purchase Tickets: at the door. 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2039651366257428/ 
Website: https://www.shalomalmond.com.au/prisoners-and-pups/ 

Town Hall Image Honeybees BANNER 150pxhThe Honeybees 

$18 Tickets 
22 November 2018 
@ Murray Bridge Town Hall 

The Honey Bees are Adelaide's newest female vocal group paying tribute to the music of female artists of the 60's.
The group is led by Serena Martino Williams and she is joined by Erin Sowerby and Cherie Surman.
All are experienced Adelaide based performers in their own right in the fields such as music theatre, acoustic sessions and jazz, and all share a love of 60's music.
This glamorous trio look the part in their sixties styled dresses and will amaze you with their stunning harmonies, powerful solos, and choreography. 
Featuring songs from artists such as Aretha Franklin, Little Eva, Dusty Springfield, the Exciters  and many more, you can't help but sing, clap and dance to these timeless hits.

Purchase Tickets: https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/the-honeybees 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/578791865830218/
Website: http://www.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/WhatsOn 

Town Hall Image Police Band Banner 150 pxhBand of the SA Police Christmas Show 

$18 Tickets 
11am Thursday 13 December 2018 
@ Murray Bridge Town Hall 

The Band of the South Australian Police is the only full time band employed by the Government of South Australia. 
It's Primary objective is to strengthen the ties between the Police and the public, through music and entertainment. 
It's 36 full time members, many who are proficient on a number of instruments, combine to form over 14 different performing ensembles.

Purchase Tickets: https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/band-of-sa-police-christmas-show
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2005501579702153/
Website: http://www.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/WhatsOn 

Town Hall Troupers 2015Town Hall Troupers

Would you like to have fun, increase your fitness, laugh a lot and learn to dance? If you are aged at least 50, come and join us.

Classes will be held at the Murray Bridge Town Hall. Wear clothes that are easy to move in and sneakers; bring an excercise mat (or towel) and bottled water. You will do simple excercises to improve your balance and flexibility, and learn performance style routines. No experience required - just bring your desire to learn and a sense of humour.

Classes will be taught by Avis Hartle. Avis is an ex-professional dancer and ballet teacher aged in her 60s, arthitic and a cancer survivor.

Cost is a gold coin donation.

This initiative is proudly supported by The Rural City of Murray Bridge.


08 8539 1430

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