Byron Community Centre

Byron Community Centre

http://www.byroncentre.com.au/
The Byron Community Centre is at the heart of Byron Bay… hosting a wide range of community events, promoting the arts and providing essential community services for families and the most vulnerable people in our community.

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Big smiles at the CoffeeBox!
Our coffee box is a #notforprofit social enterprise, buying your coffee from us will make a permanent difference because funds raised will be used for community projects and programs. You can also share the love and pay it forward for a local in need. Thank you for your support ❤❤❤
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Big smiles at the CoffeeBox! 
Our coffee box is a #notforprofit social enterprise, buying your coffee from us will make a  permanent difference because funds raised will be used for community projects and programs. You can also share the love and pay it forward for a local in need. Thank you for your support ❤❤❤

In May we provided 149 healthy breakfasts to our local homeless community. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday between 7.30am and 9.00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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In May we provided 149 healthy breakfasts to our local homeless community. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday between 7.30am and 9.00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕

"I made great friends and connections with other volunteers and staff that I may never have met otherwise."
We've asked our volunteer Karen why she likes volunteering for the Byron Community Centre. Thank you, Karen, for these lovely words! If you would like to volunteer for the Byron Community Centre too, please have a look on our website for more information...http://bit.ly/2qy8ZNy
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I made great friends and connections with other volunteers and staff that I may never have met otherwise.
Weve asked our volunteer Karen why she likes volunteering for the Byron Community Centre. Thank you, Karen, for these lovely words! If you would like to volunteer for the Byron Community Centre too, please have a look on our website for more information...http://bit.ly/2qy8ZNy

Beautiful Manu changing lives by choosing to buy her coffee at our not for profit coffee shop! Thank You Manu - every dollar of profit we raise goes straight back into our community helping us provide workplace training for locals to move out of disadvantage and provide essential community services for people living without a home. ... See MoreSee Less

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Beautiful Manu changing lives by choosing to buy her coffee at our not for profit coffee shop! Thank You Manu - every dollar of profit we raise goes straight back into our community helping us provide workplace training for locals to move out of disadvantage and provide essential community services for people living without a home.

Last chance to help us share in $30k! You have till October 15th to vote and donate to Byron Community Centre. Please visit mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/. If you're not in a position to donate monthly you can still vote for us for free and help us share in more cash prizes. Thank You so much for your generous support! ... See MoreSee Less

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Last chance to help us share in $30k! You have till October 15th to vote and donate to Byron Community Centre. Please visit  https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/. If youre not in a position to donate monthly you can still vote for us for free and help us share in more cash prizes. Thank You so much for your generous support!

"I don't call myself homeless because I've got a few places I can go and stay. "

Everybody has a story to tell. "No fixed abode" is telling the stories of people sleeping rough on the streets around Byron Bay.

If you would like to purchase your very own copy please go to www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/
For more information and to buy your very own copy please visit the Byron Community Centre or email [email protected] 📷 Drew Rogers
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I dont call myself homeless because Ive got a few places I can go and stay.  

Everybody has a story to tell. No fixed abode is telling the stories of people sleeping rough on the streets around Byron Bay. 

If you would like to purchase your very own copy please go to https://www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/
For more information and to buy your very own copy please visit the Byron Community Centre or email info@byroncentre.com.au 📷 Drew Rogers

The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers.
The showers project runs on Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least two trained BCC volunteers/workers.
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The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers. 
The showers project runs on Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least two trained BCC volunteers/workers.

Last week we provided 32 healthy breakfasts to our local homeless community. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday between 7.30am and 9.00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Last week we provided 32 healthy breakfasts to our local homeless community. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday between 7.30am and 9.00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕

Get along to the Byron Bay Film Festival happening all this week and through to next weekend in the theatre.

Byron Bay Film Festival
CINEMA FOR THE SENSES

The 11th Byron Bay International Film Festival runs from Friday 6th to Sunday 15th of October.

10 Days of Premieres, Panels and Parties! The Byron Bay Film Festival brings fresh Films and Film Talent to Australia's favourite beach-side haven - along with Live Music, Red Carpet Gala Events and Virtual reality experiences.

#ByronFilmFest #BBFF2017 #Cinemaforthesenses
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Byron Bay Film Festival

"The big stigma is it’s the homeless person’s fault"
Invisible to most who pass them by, each person has a story about how they fell through society’s cracks and ended up homeless in the Byron Bay region
Photography by @d.c.rogers_gallery

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The big stigma is it’s the homeless person’s fault
Invisible to most who pass them by, each person has a story about how they fell through society’s cracks and ended up homeless in the Byron Bay region
Photography by @d.c.rogers_gallery

http://ow.ly/3qhO30fEcOr

CINEMA FOR THE SENSES! The Byron Bay Film Festival is back!
The 11th Byron Bay International Film Festival runs from Friday 6th to Sunday 15th of October.
10 Days of Premieres, Panels and Parties. Don't miss out!
The Byron Bay Film Festival brings fresh Films and Film Talent to Australia's favourite beach-side haven - along with Live Music, Red Carpet Gala Events and Virtual reality experiences.

Venues:

Byron Community Centre Pighouse Flicks Brunswick Picture House The Regent Cinema
For more information visit tix.bbff.com.au/browse.asp
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CINEMA FOR THE SENSES! The Byron Bay Film Festival is back! 
The 11th Byron Bay International Film Festival runs from Friday 6th to Sunday 15th of October.
10 Days of Premieres, Panels and Parties. Dont miss out! 
The Byron Bay Film Festival brings fresh Films and Film Talent to Australias favourite beach-side haven - along with Live Music, Red Carpet Gala Events and Virtual reality experiences. 

Venues:

Byron Community Centre  Pighouse Flicks Brunswick Picture House The Regent Cinema 
For more information visit http://tix.bbff.com.au/browse.asp

31 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabins last week.
The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers.
The showers project runs on Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least two trained BCC volunteers/workers.
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31 vulnerable community members accessed our hot showers at the Byron Community Cabins last week.
The Byron Community Showers Project is provided by the BCC in collaboration with the Byron Shire Council. The project offers a supervised and safe environment where people experiencing homelessness can access hot showers, laundry facilities, toiletries, clothes, weekly haircuts, service information, and general support from trained volunteers, and trained community service workers.
The showers project runs on Monday and Wednesday between 10am to 12pm and is supervised by at least two trained BCC volunteers/workers.

MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. Hop over to mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote and donate for Byron Community Centre. You can donate from as little as $10 a month - money that goes to us and gives us a chance to share in a further $12,000. We just need as little as 30 monthly donors. Thank You very much for your generous support! 💞 ... See MoreSee Less

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MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. Hop over to https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/ and vote and donate for Byron Community Centre. You can donate from as little as $10 a month - money that goes to us and gives us a chance to share in a further $12,000. We just need as little as 30 monthly donors. Thank You very much for your generous support! 💞

☕ made with ❤ at our @bcc_coffeebox
Pop in for a coffee or tea next time you're in town. As a #notforprofit social enterprise we're using all funds raised for vital community projects and services like workplace training for locals to move out of disadvantage. 👌
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☕ made with ❤ at our @bcc_coffeebox 
Pop in for a coffee or tea next time youre in town. As a #notforprofit social enterprise were using all funds raised for vital community projects and services like workplace training for locals to move out of disadvantage. 👌

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❤️❤️❤️Alice you cutie❤️❤️❤️

In April we provided 112 healthy breakfasts to our local homeless community. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday between 7.30am and 9.00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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In April we provided 112 healthy breakfasts to our local homeless community. Our homeless breakfasts are held every Wednesday between 7.30am and 9.00am from the Fletcher Street room. 💕

"To have fun and keep my sanity."
Short and to the point- is the answer from our volunteer Carl when asked why he likes volunteering for the Byron Community Centre.
Thank you, Carl! Learn more about our volunteer-program here...http://bit.ly/2qy8ZNy
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To have fun and keep my sanity.
Short and to the point- is the answer from our volunteer Carl when asked why he likes volunteering for the Byron Community Centre.
Thank you, Carl! Learn more about our volunteer-program here...http://bit.ly/2qy8ZNy

Have you heard about Public Act Theatre and the wonderful things they do?

Public Act Theatre are now able to offer creative programs to local individuals seeking work or training.

WHO IS THIS FOR?
Anyone who is on a Work for Dole program
or is seeking a new direction and some creative skill building.

WHAT ARE WE OFFERING?
• Voice, presentation & theatre skills
• 1 on 1 consultation, mentoring & vision building
• Career guidance, goal setting & resume' writing
• Involvement in theatre production & performance - sound, light, backstage
• Integrated training, work placement & project work
* ONLY LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE !*

For more information contact the program manager Jo Franklin on 0412 758 999, email [email protected] or send us a message now!
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Have you heard about Public Act Theatre and the wonderful things they do? 

Public Act Theatre are now able to offer creative programs to local individuals seeking work or training. 

WHO IS THIS FOR?
Anyone who is on a Work for Dole program
or is seeking a new direction and some creative skill building.

WHAT ARE WE OFFERING?
• Voice, presentation & theatre skills
• 1 on 1 consultation, mentoring & vision building 
• Career guidance, goal setting & resume writing
• Involvement in theatre production & performance - sound, light, backstage
• Integrated training, work placement & project work 
* ONLY LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE !*

For more information contact the program manager Jo Franklin on 0412 758 999, email contact@publicacttheatre.com or send us a message now!

Vote and donate for the Byron Community Centre. 💓
MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. To vote and donate for Byron Community Centre at mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/
If we can get just 30 people to sign up to monthly giving for our charity before October 15th we'll share in an extra $12,000. Thank You very much for your generous support!
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Vote and donate for the Byron Community Centre. 💓
MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. To vote and donate for Byron Community Centre at https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/
If we can get just 30 people to sign up to monthly giving for our charity before October 15th well share in an extra $12,000. Thank You very much for your generous support!

"I don't want to sleep on the streets."
'No fixed abode - stories from the streets around Byron Bay.' If you would like to purchase your very own copy of the book please go to www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/
For more information please visit the Byron Community Centre or email [email protected]
📷 Drew Rogers
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I dont want to sleep on the streets.
No fixed abode - stories from the streets around Byron Bay. If you would like to purchase your very own copy of the book please go to https://www.qbd.com.au/no-fixed-abode/drew-rogers/9780648123200/ 
For more information please visit the Byron Community Centre or email info@byroncentre.com.au 
📷 Drew Rogers

Last year our Volunteer Hub helped 43 local not for profit and volunteer reliant organisations build and strengthen their teams. Our Volunteer Hub works as a referral service recruiting and placing volunteers AND provides ongoing support in the form of workshops, training, and social events throughout the year. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last year our Volunteer Hub helped 43 local not for profit and volunteer reliant organisations build and strengthen their teams. Our Volunteer Hub works as a referral service recruiting and placing volunteers AND provides ongoing support in the form of workshops, training, and social events throughout the year.

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I love Byron Bay 💖

Last year the Byron Community Centre assisted in setting up a Coffee Box outside the Centre. What a treat! ☕☕☕
The Coffee Box is a welcome addition to the building offering hot drinks and delicacies to the community, as well as playing a vital role for local people experiencing disadvantage by offering valuable barista and hospitality training for re-introduction into the work force.
As a not for profit social enterprise we're using all funds raised through our Coffee Box for vital community projects and services.
Make sure to pop in for a coffee, tea or smoothie next time you're in town! 💕
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Last year the Byron Community Centre assisted in setting up a Coffee Box outside the Centre. What a treat! ☕☕☕
The Coffee Box is a welcome addition to the building offering hot drinks and delicacies to the community, as well as playing a vital role for local people experiencing disadvantage by offering valuable barista and hospitality training for re-introduction into the work force.
As a not for profit social enterprise were using all funds raised through our Coffee Box for vital community projects and services.
Make sure to pop in for a coffee, tea or smoothie next time youre in town! 💕

Get ready for some The Beatles stories never heard before and photographs never seen before!! Joanne Peterson, the former personal assistant of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, is sharing her amazing stories about Ringo, John, George and Paul. She will talk about those wild crazy years. Her time with The Beatles spans the years from Rubber Soul through to Sgt Pepper. This will be the first time Joanne has told some of these tales in public.

The Byron Community Centre and Springcam Productions proudly present an evening of Beatles songs and stories. The event is a fundraiser for the Steinway Grand Piano in the Byron Theatre that needs some love, attention and money. The evening will be accompanied by Beatles tunes in various musical genres and performed by amazing talents like Phil Emmanuel, Margaret Curtis (Byron Music Society), Gyan, Si and Cleis Pierce, Shai Shriki, Kathryn Jones and Steve Passfield
Steve Russell, Guy Kachel, TropRock Choir and Tim Gaze!

WHEN: Saturday, 23rd September
TIME: 7:30pm - 11pm
WHERE: Byron Theatre, 69 Jonson St, Byron Bay

Visit www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/ and get your tickets now!! Whats On Byron Whats On Byron
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Get ready for some The Beatles stories never heard before and photographs never seen before!! Joanne Peterson, the former personal assistant of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, is sharing her amazing stories about Ringo, John, George and Paul. She will talk about those wild crazy years. Her time with The Beatles spans the years from Rubber Soul through to Sgt Pepper. This will be the first time Joanne has told some of these tales in public.

The Byron Community Centre and Springcam Productions proudly present an evening of Beatles  songs and stories. The event is a fundraiser for the Steinway Grand Piano in the Byron Theatre  that needs some love, attention and money. The evening will be accompanied by Beatles tunes in various musical genres and performed by amazing talents like Phil Emmanuel, Margaret Curtis (Byron Music Society), Gyan, Si and Cleis Pierce, Shai Shriki, Kathryn Jones and Steve Passfield
Steve Russell, Guy Kachel, TropRock Choir and Tim Gaze!

WHEN: Saturday, 23rd September
TIME: 7:30pm - 11pm
WHERE: Byron Theatre, 69 Jonson St, Byron Bay

Visit www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/ and get your tickets now!! Whats On Byron  Whats On Byron

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SOLD OUT ! ❤️

Public Act Theatre is running a fantastic new 10 week course in October. Please have a look at below details and contact Philippa today on 0422 882 319 for more information. 💗

WOMEN! NEED MORE PLAY IN YOUR LIFE?
Would you like to be comfortable with the unknown and find
your creative flow? Would you like to get better at authentically speaking your truth? Let's grow strong together ! (and have fun while we're at it...)

This 10 week course will help you find more play in your life through theatre and open up new connections within ourselves and with others.
No prior theatre experience necessary! This course may end with a performance at the Byron Theatre

When: Friday 13th October to Friday 15th December 2017. Friday Mornings 9.30am - 12.30 pm
Where: The Community Cabin, Carlyle Street, Byron Bay.
Cost: The course cost is $150 and there are some subsidies for women with a lived experience of DV.
Run by Public Act Theatre and Byron Community Centre.
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Public Act Theatre  is running a fantastic new 10 week course in October. Please have a look at below details and contact Philippa today on 0422 882 319 for more information. 💗

WOMEN! NEED MORE PLAY IN YOUR LIFE?
Would you like to be comfortable with the unknown and find
your creative flow? Would you like to get better at authentically speaking your truth? Lets grow strong together ! (and have fun while were at it...)

This 10 week course will help you find more play in your life through theatre and open up new connections within ourselves and with others. 
No prior theatre experience necessary! This course may end with a performance at the Byron Theatre  

When: Friday 13th October to Friday 15th December 2017. Friday Mornings 9.30am - 12.30 pm
Where: The Community Cabin, Carlyle Street, Byron Bay. 
Cost: The course cost is $150 and there are some subsidies for women with a lived experience of DV. 
Run by Public Act Theatre  and Byron Community Centre.

"It gives more meaning to my life because I'm contributing" Beautiful words from our volunteer Nina. Learn more about our volunteer-program here...http://bit.ly/2qy8ZNy ... See MoreSee Less

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It gives more meaning to my life because Im contributing Beautiful words from our volunteer Nina. Learn more about our volunteer-program here...http://bit.ly/2qy8ZNy

Vote and donate to the Byron Community Centre 💓
MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. To vote or donate please visit mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/. If you're not in a position to donate monthly you can still vote for us once a week for free and help us share in more cash prizes. Thank You so much for your generous support!
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Vote and donate to the Byron Community Centre 💓
MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. To vote or donate please visit https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/. If youre not in a position to donate monthly you can still vote for us once a week for free and help us share in more cash prizes. Thank You so much for your generous support!

We are very excited about this! Last week the Byron Community Centre won 2 of 4 categories at the 2017 North Coast Health Excellence Awards held in Coffs Habour. A massive THANK YOU goes out to catseddon and our Community Service team for all their amazing work, to all the wonderful volunteers who support us every day in so many ways and to everyone who voted for us! Wohoo 🙌

For a full overview on the categories and award recipients, please click here:
ncphn.org.au/excellence/2017-recipients/
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We are very excited about this! Last week the Byron Community Centre won 2 of 4 categories at the 2017 North Coast Health Excellence Awards held in Coffs Habour.  A massive THANK YOU goes out to  catseddon and our Community Service team for all their amazing work, to all the wonderful volunteers who support us every day in so many ways and to everyone who voted for us! Wohoo 🙌 

For a full overview on the categories and award recipients, please click here: 
http://ncphn.org.au/excellence/2017-recipients/

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Congrats!

Big congratulations

Oh I love Byron. ❤️🌈

Congratulations!

Congrats lovelies! So well deserved. 🙂

Great work guys 🙂

Congrats 🎉🎊 so well deserved

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"It's easy for the mainstream to think of 'the homeless' as a subclass, a statistical phenomenon or arbitrary category, but of course they are millions of precious individuals who tell widely different stories about their harrowing journey to the bottom. [...] Whichever road leads to homelessness, however, it is more often than not potholed and pitted by trauma and/or mental challenges of one kind or other."

Excerpt from our new book "No fixed abode - Stories from the streets around Byron Bay" by Dr. Gregory Smith. For more information and to buy your very own copy please email [email protected] or visit the Byron Community Centre during opening hours. 📷 Drew Rogers
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Its easy for the mainstream to think of the homeless as a subclass, a statistical phenomenon or arbitrary category, but of course they are millions of precious individuals who tell widely different stories about their harrowing journey to the bottom. [...] Whichever road leads to homelessness, however, it is more often than not potholed and pitted by trauma and/or mental challenges of one kind or other.

Excerpt from our new book No fixed abode - Stories from the streets around Byron Bay by Dr. Gregory Smith. For more information and to buy your very own copy please email info@byroncentre.com.au or visit the Byron Community Centre during opening hours. 📷 Drew Rogers

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I'll be sure to come n grab a copy

I met a homeless person still sharing my space after 4 years. 🌻

The BCC Volunteer Hub is holding Grant Writing Workshops led by our expert grant writers Jim Beatson and Cherie Bromley. For six years Jim has received grant funding of over $400,000 for local arts and infrastructure projects and around a million dollars for a number of non-profits before moving to Byron. Cherie has been writing grants for Byron Community Centre for the last four years focussing on community projects. Be sure to sign up and to useful receive tips on how to write a successful grant and how to stand out! If you have any questions about the Workshop ring Jim Beatson on 0409 049 835 or email [email protected]

When:
Tues 19 Sept 10am – 1 pm OR 5.30pm to 8pm
Wed 20 Sept 1pm - 4pm

The session will cover: how to find grants, framing your application, what’s in a name; large and small grants; liaising with grant bodies; budgeting; acquittals; grant short cuts; income for grant writers.

Where:
Byron Community Centre’s Verandah Room, 69 Jonson Street.

How much:
It’s free if you do the short course. The two and a half hour session costs $60, but you receive a $30 refund after you complete your first grant application (regardless of outcome) and a second $30 refund with your second application (regardless of outcome). Each person also receives free mentoring for their first two grant applications and a complete list of all Australian grants free each month.

Sign up:
Ring BCC on 6685 6807 or email [email protected] to get a Grant Writing Workshop Information and Registration Form and you can pay online at www.byroncentre.com.au/ and click on “Buy Tickets”. Make sure you only pick one of the 3 workshop dates.
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The BCC Volunteer Hub is holding Grant Writing Workshops led by our expert grant writers Jim Beatson and Cherie Bromley.  For six years Jim has received grant funding of over $400,000 for local arts and infrastructure projects and around a million dollars for a number of non-profits before moving to Byron. Cherie has been writing grants for Byron Community Centre for the last four years focussing on community projects. Be sure to sign up and to useful receive tips on how to write a successful grant and how to stand out! If you have any questions about the Workshop ring Jim Beatson on 0409 049 835 or email jimbeatson@gmail.com

When: 
Tues 19 Sept 10am – 1 pm OR 5.30pm to 8pm
Wed 20 Sept 1pm - 4pm 

The session will cover: how to find grants, framing your application, what’s in a name; large and small grants; liaising with grant bodies; budgeting; acquittals; grant short cuts; income for grant writers.

Where: 
Byron Community Centre’s Verandah Room, 69 Jonson Street. 

How much:
It’s free if you do the short course. The two and a half hour session costs $60, but you receive a $30 refund after you complete your first grant application (regardless of outcome) and a second $30 refund with your second application (regardless of outcome). Each person also receives free mentoring for their first two grant applications and a complete list of all Australian grants free each month. 

Sign up:
Ring BCC on 6685 6807 or email volunteers@byroncentre.com.au to get a Grant Writing Workshop Information and Registration Form and you can pay online at http://www.byroncentre.com.au/ and click on “Buy Tickets”. Make sure you only pick one of the 3 workshop dates.

Last year our Verandah room saw an increase in bookings from 174 last year to 220 in 2016.👏 👏 👏 As a social enterprise we are using all funds raised by room hire for community projects. Thank you for holding your meetings and conferences at the Byron Community Centre. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Last year our Verandah room saw an increase in bookings from 174 last year to 220 in 2016.👏 👏 👏 As a social enterprise we are using all funds raised by room hire for community projects. Thank you for holding your meetings and conferences at the Byron Community Centre.  💕

"The majority find that the Byron Community Centre is a place where volunteers can renew and revitalize, a place in which confidence can be regained and skills rediscovered and expanded." Cherie Bromley, Volunteer Coordinator ... See MoreSee Less

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The majority find that the Byron Community Centre is a place where volunteers can renew and revitalize, a place in which confidence can be regained and skills rediscovered and expanded. Cherie Bromley, Volunteer Coordinator

We've expanded The Life Journey Project this year and rolled it out via local aged care facilities. The project links volunteers with people living with dementia, to document their life story and engage in creative workshops that facilitate social inclusion and intergenerational bridge building. ... See MoreSee Less

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Weve expanded The Life Journey Project this year and rolled it out via local aged care facilities. The project links volunteers with people living with dementia, to document their life story and engage in creative workshops that facilitate social inclusion and intergenerational bridge building.

Don't miss out on the National Theatre live screening of Angels in America here at the Byron Theatre !!

Part One: Millenium Approaches screens at 1.00pm on Sunday, 10th September.

Part Two: Perestroika will screen at 1.00pm on Sunday, 1st October.

Tickets can be bought at our Box Office or online www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/

See you at the Byron Theatre😀

www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDCTr5O8MbI&feature=youtu.bePART 1: from 9 September PART 2: from 16 September Tickets: ntlive.com America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan ad...
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Be part of something BIG and join the Club!
The Byron Theatre is very excited to announce the launch of its brand new membership program, the Byron Theatre Club.

“We’re very thrilled about the launch of our membership program because it’s an opportunity for us to say Thank You to our loyal patrons and to share this amazing space with everyone.” says Byron Theatre manager Tanja Greulich.

Especially frequent guests of the Byron Theatre and people who are interested in culture, art and performances will benefit from joining the Byron Theatre Club. “A club membership will give people who already love coming to our theatre the chance to enjoy our shows with exclusive benefits. But really, becoming a member of the Byron Theatre Club holds something for everyone!”

The Byron Theatre has always been a community gathering space that offered local and national artists as well as community theatre groups a place to perform right in the heart of Byron Bay. Over the years, the Byron Theatre has seen some amazing performers, spectacular concerts and live theatre screenings. “With a cornucopia of events, shows and screenings throughout the year, we welcome everyone to join the Byron Theatre Club and to take advantage of it!.”

For more information about the Byron Theatre Club visit: www.byroncentre.com.au/byron-theatre-club/ or email [email protected]
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Be part of something BIG and join the Club! 
The Byron Theatre is very excited to announce the launch of its brand new membership program, the Byron Theatre Club. 

“We’re very thrilled about the launch of our membership program because it’s an opportunity for us to say Thank You to our loyal patrons and to share this amazing space with everyone.”  says Byron Theatre manager Tanja Greulich. 

Especially frequent guests of the Byron Theatre and people who are interested in culture, art and performances will benefit from joining the Byron Theatre Club. “A club membership will give people who already love coming to our theatre the chance to enjoy our shows with exclusive benefits. But really, becoming a member of the Byron Theatre Club holds something for everyone!” 

The Byron Theatre has always been a community gathering space that offered local and national artists as well as community theatre groups a place to perform right in the heart of Byron Bay. Over the years, the Byron Theatre has seen some amazing performers, spectacular concerts and live theatre screenings. “With a cornucopia of events, shows and screenings throughout the year, we welcome everyone to join the Byron Theatre Club and to take advantage of it!.”

For more information about the Byron Theatre Club visit: http://www.byroncentre.com.au/byron-theatre-club/ or email byrontheatreclub@byroncentre.com.au

The Byron Community Centre and Springcam Productions are very excited to present an evening of The Beatles songs and stories. The event is a fundraiser for the Steinway Grand Piano in the Byron Theatre that needs some love, attention and money.
The show will feature Joanne Petersen in conversation with award-winning journalist, David Leser. Joanne was Beatles’ manager, Brian Epstein’s personal assistant. Her stories are amazing. It’s 50 years since Sgt Pepper changed the world and Joanne’s life forever. She will talk about those wild crazy years. Her time with The Beatles spans the years from Rubber Soul through to Sgt Pepper. This will be the first time Joanne has told some of these tales in public. Joanne also has original photos, which will be projected on the big screen throughout the interview.
Beatle Stories never heard before and photographs never seen before.
The talk will be accompanied by Beatles tunes in various musical genres and performed by amazing talents like Phil Emmanuel, Margaret Curtis (Byron Music Society), Gyan, Si and Cleis Pierce, Shai Shriki, Kathryn Jones and Steve Passfield, Steve Russell, Guy Kachel, TropRock Choir and Tim Gaze.

Visit www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/ and get your tickets now!! Whats On Byron Whatsonbyron.com
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The Byron Community Centre and Springcam Productions are very excited to present an evening of The Beatles  songs and stories. The event is a fundraiser for the Steinway Grand Piano in the Byron Theatre that needs some love, attention and money.
The show will feature Joanne Petersen in conversation with award-winning journalist, David Leser. Joanne was Beatles’ manager, Brian Epstein’s personal assistant. Her stories are amazing. It’s 50 years since Sgt Pepper changed the world and Joanne’s life forever. She will talk about those wild crazy years. Her time with The Beatles spans the years from Rubber Soul through to Sgt Pepper. This will be the first time Joanne has told some of these tales in public. Joanne also has original photos, which will be projected on the big screen throughout the interview.
Beatle Stories never heard before and photographs never seen before. 
The talk will be accompanied by Beatles tunes in various musical genres and performed by amazing talents like Phil Emmanuel, Margaret Curtis (Byron Music Society), Gyan, Si and Cleis Pierce, Shai Shriki, Kathryn Jones and Steve Passfield, Steve Russell, Guy Kachel, TropRock Choir and Tim Gaze.

Visit www.byroncentre.com.au/whats-on/ and get your tickets now!! Whats On Byron Whatsonbyron.com

Last year the Byron Community Centre was very excited to take possession of the keys to the old Girl Guides Hall as an additional space to manage for community events. We have affectionately renamed it “The Byron Community Cabin”.
The Byron Community Cabin has allowed smaller community groups, who struggle to afford our conference meeting rooms, to meet weekly for little or no fee. Groups that utilise the Cabin include Byron Youth Theatre, Byron SLAA, Breast Cancer Support, Public Act Theatre and Pre Natal yoga. It is also a popular space for massage.
As a not for profit social enterprise we are using all funds raised by hiring out our venue, our conference meeting rooms and Community Cabin to fund our community services - helping those in need.
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Last year the Byron Community Centre was very excited to take possession of the keys to the old Girl Guides Hall as an additional space to manage for community events. We have affectionately renamed it “The Byron Community Cabin”.
The Byron Community Cabin has allowed smaller community groups, who struggle to afford our conference meeting rooms, to meet weekly for little or no fee. Groups that utilise the Cabin include Byron Youth Theatre, Byron SLAA, Breast Cancer Support, Public Act Theatre and Pre Natal yoga. It is also a popular space for massage.
As a not for profit social enterprise we are using all funds raised by hiring out our venue, our conference meeting rooms and Community Cabin to fund our community services - helping those in need.

"I absolutely do want permanent housing - it's the affordability factor and the discrimination."
Quote from our incredible book "No fixed abode - Stories from the Streets around Byron Bay". To find out more or to buy your very own copy visit the Byron Community Centre during opening hours or email [email protected]
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I absolutely do want permanent housing - its the affordability factor and the discrimination. 
Quote from our incredible book No fixed abode - Stories from the Streets around Byron Bay. To find out more or to buy your very own copy visit the Byron Community Centre during opening hours or email info@byroncentre.com.au 
 📷 Drew Rogers

Get your comfy bums ready!! We're thrilled to announce that the make-over of our amazing Byron Theatre is finished! The new chairs are installed and the new carpet is laid. A big THANK YOU to all the comfy bums contributors, workers, volunteers and everyone who supported this great effort. 💕💕💕
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Get your comfy bums ready!! Were thrilled to announce that the make-over of our amazing Byron Theatre is finished! The new chairs are installed and the new carpet is laid. A big THANK YOU to all the comfy bums contributors, workers, volunteers and everyone who supported this great effort. 💕💕💕
See you soon at the Byron Theatre!!

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Healthy ageing activities continue to to thrive in our centre, with at least 55 local elders attending drumming, yoga and singing groups each week. ❤

MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. To vote or donate please visit mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/. If you're not in a position to donate monthly you can still vote for us once a week for free and help us share in more cash prizes. Thank You so much for your generous support! 💖 ... See MoreSee Less

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MyGivingCircle.org is giving $30k to 50 Australian Charities in 2017 as chosen by you. Help us share in $30k by October 15th. To vote or donate please visit https://mygivingcircle.org/charity/byron-community-centre/. If youre not in a position to donate monthly you can still vote for us once a week for free and help us share in more cash prizes. Thank You so much for your generous support! 💖

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We asked our volunteers why they like volunteering for us. If you would like to get involved, please have a look on our website or contact us on 02 6685 6807 ❤

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Oh No! Our Pay-It-Forward Jar is running low!! Next time you pop in to the Coffee BOX make sure you Pay It Forward! It's cool to be kind! All pay-it-forward coffees go to vulnerable and disadvantaged locals AND all profits from the coffee BOX go back into vital community services and programs! #suspendedcoffee #byronbay #socialenterprise #notforprofit ... See MoreSee Less

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Oh No! Our Pay-It-Forward Jar is running low!! Next time you pop in to the Coffee BOX make sure you Pay It Forward! Its cool to be kind! All pay-it-forward coffees go to vulnerable and disadvantaged locals AND all profits from the coffee BOX go back into vital community services and programs! #suspendedcoffee #byronbay #socialenterprise #notforprofit

Your contribution will make a permanent difference! It's not too late to help us buy new seats for our beloved Byron Theatre If you would like to contribute to comfy bums for the Byron Theatre and for more information please click the 'Donate' button on our Facebook page now. Thank you for your support!! 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Comfy bums for the Byron Theatre - Your contribution will make a permanent difference! It's not too late to help us buy new seats for our beloved Byron Theatre If you would like to contribute to comfy bums for the Byron Theatre and for more information please click the 'Donate' button on our Facebook page now. Thank you for your support!! 💕

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Comfy bums for Byron Theatre - It's not too late to help us buy new seats!!

We have reached almost 50% of our comfy bums target, all thanks to your generous donations!! But there's still some way to go.

The 250 seats and carpet in Byron Theatre are in need of replacement. Arts NSW has provided nearly 50% of the cost. Now we need to raise just over $60,000 to make it happen – that’s only $250 for each seat!

The Byron Community Centre, which houses the Byron Theatre, is a social enterprise providing support to the arts and community services in the local community. From time-to- time we need to fundraise for various activities and infrastructure. This time it is to refurbish our beloved Byron Theatre. It’s the first facelift in 15 years!

Your contribution will make a permanent difference!

Your generous donations will be used to replace all 250 seats in the theatre and to lay new carpet. This will ensure theatre patrons will continue to enjoy a comfortable and absolutely fabulous experience in the Byron Theatre for years to come!

Click on the Donate button and help us reach our target. It’s not too late to help us buy new seats!

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Today we're celebrating and saying Thank You for all the wonderful work our volunteers do for our communities all year long. We also want to send a special Thank You to local restaurants and other food organisations who generously supported this celebration with delicious treats.  
Breaking Bread - A volunteer community picnic.

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If you could tell the world one thing... - If you could tell the world one thing.... Our beautiful Byron Bay elders share their wisdom with us. #seniorsweek #byroncentre

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What makes a good leader? - This is an interesting one! In celebration of Seniors week we have asked Byron Bay elders:

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What was your mother right about? - We asked Byron bay elders:

What was your mother right about?

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What has been your fork in the road?

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What is the naughtiest thing you've ever done? - This video will make you smile all day! We have asked our beloved Byron Bay elders

What is the naughtiest thing you've ever done?

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What's your favourite time of the day? - In celebration of Seniors week we have asked Byron Bay elders:

What's your favourite time of the day?

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Who would you invite for dinner? - Beethoven or Keith Richards? We are celebrating Seniors week here at the Byron Centre and have asked Byron Bay elders:

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Who was your first love ? - We are celebrating Seniors week from 3rd to 12th March and have asked our beautiful Byron Bay elders:

Who was your first love ?

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With one, maybe two artworks exhibited by each artist at the annual Byron Arts Classic we’re afforded just a brief glimpse of each artist's work. We want to see more. 

This is the first of a series of BCC blog posts featuring Byron Arts Classic Artists. Over the coming months we’ll be delving a little deeper into the world of our much-loved local artists, Sharing collections, statements and intimate stories from our favourite Byron Arts Classic artists.
Our first Featured Artist is Sabine Brosche - what a diverse body of work! Sabine Brosche - Artwork  Visit our blog to see more of her work http://www.byroncentre.com.au/discover-local-artists-byron-arts-classic/

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A few inspiring artworks on display at the Banyarra Culture Collective Exhibition

A few inspiring artworks on display at the Banyarr...

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If I could tell the world one thing - If I could tell the world one thing...  a few pearls of wisdom for our local elders

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No Fixed Address: - Who are our homeless?

No Fixed Address:

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Homeless Breakfast - Who are our homeless?

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Tearing up the dance floor 
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Glitta Supernova Invisible Lady at Gurlesque Sydney - The Glitta Supernova Experience “Lets get METAphysical” presented by Pretty Peepers Cabaret

Camp humor and sexual satire in a cosmic and lewd porno parody that’s strictly adults only.  Australian under-culture Royalty takes to the stage as the Fairy Godmother of Bent Burlesque, Glitta Supernova, & her fabulously demented one woman show collide into Byron for Tropical Fruits with a deliciously (im)moral autobiographical tale of a small town hippy girl lured into the hedonist post-
punk nirvana of late 80’s Sydney.

30th December, 8pm. Booking 6685 6807 or
http://byroncentre.com.au/event/the-glitta-supernova-experience-lets-get-metaphysical-presented-by-pretty-peepers-cabaret/

Glitta Supernova Invisible Lady at Gurlesque Sydney

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What Gets You Into Trouble? - What gets YOU into trouble? We'd love to know! ;-)

What Gets You Into Trouble?

What gets YOU into trouble? We'd love to know! 😉

Who Would You Invite For Dinner? - If you could invite anyone (living or dead) for dinner, who would they be? Let us know!

Find out more about what we do at the Byron Community Centre - www.byroncentre.com.au

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What Was Your Mother Right About? - What was YOUR mother right about? Tell us below!

What Was Your Mother Right About?

What was YOUR mother right about? Tell us below!

Marisol's Story - No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) - The Byron Community No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS) is a not-for-profit, community-based circular credit system that enables Byron Shire residents on low incomes to access up to $1,000 for essential purchases, including white goods, furniture, electrical appliances, dental or medical services, computers, tools, educational needs and more.
For info call Byron Community Centre on 6685 6807.
http://www.byroncentre.com.au/byron-community-centre-support-service/nils/

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Who Was Your First Love? - WHO WAS YOUR FIRST LOVE?

Find out more about what we do at The Centre - byroncentre.com.au
69 Jonson St, Byron Bay ~ 02 6685 6807

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Byron Community Centre Singers - Special things happen everyday at the Byron Community Centre!

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A bit of intergenerational bridge building going on in Railway Park yesterday...

A bit of intergenerational bridge building going o...

Youngsters expressing their gratitude after a beautiful and energetic drumming circle in the Railway Park this morning. Express YOUR gratitude by grabbing a tag from the Byron Community Centre and bringing it back in by the end of Social Inclusion Week to go up on the Gratitude Tree on Jonson Street!

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Elders and Youngsters bridging the generations with dance and music today in the Railway Park as part of Social Inclusion Week 2014. Thanks to all who attended! Remember to come in to the Community Centre during Social Inclusion Week to fill in your tag for the Gratitude Tree on Jonson Street!!

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Social Inclusion Week 2014 is kicking off in the Railway park with the lovely sounds of The Bay Singers! Come and join in to celebrate our community!!

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Some sweet lovely voices coming from the second floor of the centre this morning!! The Bay Singers, our very own seniors singing group, are here every Monday at 10.30am. Feel free to join in!! #byronbay #community #healthyageing #seniors #singing #sweetsounds #dream

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And the dancing continues... So much fun in the theatre this morning!!! #seniorsweek #byronbay #o#community #dancing

And the dancing continues... So much fun in the th...

Seniors drumming group trying out Bollywood #seniorsweek #inspirational #whatnext

Seniors drumming group trying out Bollywood #senio...

Record turn out at today's Senior's Drumming Circle in the theatre!! There were so many awesome drummers, dancers and percussionists we lost count!!! Great seeing the regular Byron Elder Beats joined by the fantastic crew from St Andrews Ballina. Come join in the fun next Tuesday at 10:30am. See you then!! Yeah!!!

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Fire twirling flamenco lighting up the night #byronbay #soulstreet #community #nye #fire #flamenco

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Tommy Franklin rocking Soul Street #byronbay #soulstreet #community #nye

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Party time at the Byron Elder Beats drumming circle!! Happy holidays and see you in 2014!! #byronbay #byroncentre #community #drumming #seniors #dancing #party

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The final Byron Elder Beats drumming circle for 2013. So much fun had this year and much more to look forward to in 2014 #byronbay #byroncentre #community #seniors #drumming

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Drumming Circle going off at Social Inclusion Week launch! #byronbay #byroncentre #siw13 #drumming #seniors #community

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Going full circle in the senior drumming circle!! #byronbay #community #seniors #drumming #siw13 #abc #fullcircle

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Senior drumming circle in full swing #byronbay #community #seniors #drumming #siw13 #abc

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Tortured Remixes by Topology @Byron Bay

Tortured Remixes by Topology @Byron Bay

Oct 20, 7:30pm - Oct 20, 8:45pm

Byron Community Centre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

In celebration of their 20th anniversary, ARIA nominated quintet Topology have released their 14th full-length album, a mixtape tribute to influential music entitled Tortured Remixes. Featuring tortured reconstructions of The Saints, MC Hammer, The Beatles, Stevie Wright, Beyonce, Cold Chisel and many more, it’s the 60’s to the present like you’ve never heard them before.

In Tortured Remixes, popular melodies are filtered through the creative minds of their composers, John Babbage, Robert Davidson and Bernard Hoey. The result: iconic tunes stretched, bent and scrambled (almost) beyond recognition, then re-assembled into adventurous new works for piano, strings and saxophone.

EVENT DETAILS:
Fri 20 Oct, 7:30pm
The Old Ambulance Station - 80 Howard St, Nambour
$30 Adult, $25 Conc, $23 Groups 4+
www.byroncentre.com.au/event/tortured-remixes-presented-by-topology/?instance_id=24140

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"The journey of Tortured Remixes is an introspective one, encouraging us to re-examine our own relationships to popular music." - Kill Your Darlings

"Half the fun of this record is spotting the references for yourself, wandering through the half-familiar phrases and rhythms looking for some tiny shred of recognition to unlock the puzzle that each track is." - 4ZZZ

"Brisbane quintet Topology have picked apart and restitched some well-known songs into the aural equivalent of Frankenstein’s monster." - Courier Mail
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