Bowraville Theatre Players are staging a live and to air variety concert at Bowraville Theatre on Saturday, November 25 to raise funds for the Bowraville Arts Council.
The variety concert will showcase a selection of talented performers, from youngsters just starting out, to seasoned musicians.
The Bowra Drummers will open the show with their captivating beats.
Dylan Mann is the first and the youngest performer on stage. Dylan’s debut performance was opening for Graham Howle earlier this year at the Utungun Hall. He will be followed by Millie Mason and Ian Moule.
After a short intermission three seasoned and talented performers will take to the stage.
Rod Dowsett: Singer/songwriter who’s style is alternative country, rock and blues. Rod’s music takes you on a journey back though history to the roaring 20s, to farm life and Rod’s own experiences.
DeeBee: Singer/songwriter, piano, guitar, bass guitar, occasional saxophone player, entertainer, story teller. Deebee is passionate about his music and and true entertainer.
Graham Howle: Singer/Songwriter...Man with a Story...Graham writes his songs about the “real things around us”. He believes lyrics and melody should gain and hold the attention of the listener. Graham's music and the stories his songs tell certainly do just that as the charts and awards show.
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Entry is $15 per person, $12 for concessions and $10 for children and Bowraville Arts Council members.
Tickets are available from Bowraville Theatre, Harriet’s Gourmet Provisions in Macksville and Hello World in Nambucca Heads and also from the Bowraville Theatre Box Office on the night. Enquiries can be made to Bowraville Theatre on 6564 7808.
More about Bowraville Arts Council...
Bowraville Arts Council has a number of active groups under it’s umbrella such as Bowraville Theatre Players, Bowraville Theatre Singers, Nambucca Valley Writers Group and the Valley Performers.
The Bowraville Theatre Players are holding this concert as a fundraiser to assist the Arts Council in its roll of maintaining and upgrading the Bowraville Theatre. The Theatre is a valuable community asset for all residents of the Nambucca Valley, as well as tourists visiting the area. It is staffed and run entirely by volunteers.
It is a beautiful venue, however, stage sound and lighting, insurance as well as many other costs make fundraising an ongoing process.
The Bowraville Theatre Players have a number of exciting events in the planning stages for 2018, including an ANZAC tribute, a comedy gala and possibly another variety concert.