Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall

Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall

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This track never gets old with me!
See you Sat March 4 for BULLHORN & Vaudeville Smash at Mullum Hall!
Tickets are hot - book now, don't miss out on the dance gig of the month!
With BULLHORN & The Vaudeville Smash
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5 months ago

KIM CHURCHILL
The Raw_Files Tour Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall Feb 17th

At just 26, Kim Churchill has already achieved some incredible things in his short time as a professional musician. He’s recognised as much internationally as he is in Australia, having performed headline shows, festivals and supports alike all over the planet, including Glastonbury Billy Bragg, Falls Festival, Nahko and the Medicine People, Montreal Jazz, Telluride Blues, and a plethora of others.

Known for his magnetic, dynamic stage presence, Kim unites lyrical artistry with fierce vocals; he is a sonic architect – using his guitar to create landscapes, which animate his lyrics.

Drawing inspiration from his time in Europe and sojourns to Sri Lanka and Canada – Kim has just finished his follow up record to Silence/Win. To celebrate – Kim will take the new songs to some of his favourite regional Australian towns and cities - places where he has spent time in his formative years travelling and busking, surfing and sleeping in the back of a van. On the Raw_Files tour, Kim will play tracks from the forthcoming album in an intimate environment - tickets are very limited for this once in a lifetime experience.

Book Now for Mullumbimby Civic Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall :- www.musicglue.com/kim-churchill/
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KIM CHURCHILL
The Raw_Files Tour Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall Feb 17th

At just 26, Kim Churchill has already achieved some incredible things in his short time as a professional musician. He’s recognised as much internationally as he is in Australia, having performed headline shows, festivals and supports alike all over the planet, including Glastonbury Billy Bragg, Falls Festival, Nahko and the Medicine People, Montreal Jazz, Telluride Blues, and a plethora of others.

Known for his magnetic, dynamic stage presence, Kim unites lyrical artistry with fierce vocals; he is a sonic architect – using his guitar to create landscapes, which animate his lyrics.

Drawing inspiration from his time in Europe and sojourns to Sri Lanka and Canada – Kim has just finished his follow up record to Silence/Win. To celebrate – Kim will take the new songs to some of his favourite regional Australian towns and cities - places where he has spent time in his formative years travelling and busking, surfing and sleeping in the back of a van. On the Raw_Files tour, Kim will play tracks from the forthcoming album in an intimate environment - tickets are very limited for this once in a lifetime experience.

Book Now for Mullumbimby Civic Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall :- https://www.musicglue.com/kim-churchill/

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Tickets still available online or at the door!

Sat 3rd Dec at Mullumbimby Civic Hall. ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Sat 3rd Dec at Mullumbimby Civic Hall.

Miriam Lieberman Fri Nov 25th
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Miriam Lieberman Fri Nov 25th
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8 months ago

Now at Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall tomorrow Sat 3-9pm

Coffs Harbour solo one-man-dub-band vibes this Friday night at Element Bar Coffs Harbour from 8pm. Saturday We'll be supporting Close Pine Gap Northern Rivers Action Group at a family friendly FUNraiser @ Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall 11am-11pm. We'll play around 7pm. Bless up. ... See MoreSee Less

10 months ago

HARRY MANX (CANADA)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1ST, MULLUM CIVIC HALL
Doors Open 7:15 with food & drinks available from Open Table
8pm showtime Tix: www.ticketebo.com.au/harrymanxmullum or at the door $49

“Harry’s real skill lays in creating a rare musical place where blues, country, folk and Indian classical music co-exist as some spirit force”. Downbeat

Harry Manx has been one of the most successful international touring musicians ever to grace stages in Australia. Returning in September and October for over 30 concert dates, this deeply original multi-instrumentalist has entertained audiences in more than 10 extensive tours since 2001.
The explanation is simple. Harry’s created his own genre, often referred to as the ‘Mystissippi Blues’. His mesmerizing sound is an organic fusion of eastern musical traditions with the Blues. The result is an expressive, moving and unforgettable new world.
His unique toolbox is a fascinating range of conventional acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, harmonica, stomp box, and the Mohan Veena, created by Harry’s Indian mentor Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. His award-winning songs ‘create musical short stories that wed the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas’.
A worldwide festival favorite, Harry’s 14 albums and ceaseless touring have seen him earn a slew of Maple Leaf, Juno and Canadian Folk Awards, nominations, and accolades from musicians and fans worldwide.
“Watching Harry play tonight I feel like I learned something new…….”
Bruce Springsteen, @ the International Guitar Festival, New York City
In February 2013, Harry’s 20-stringed Mohan Veena, was stolen from an airport carousel in Chicago. By the next day over 3 million people and the AP news service had spread the word and put Harry and his little-known instrument on the world map! Global relief ensued when police found the culprit and Harry was reunited with his Mohan Veena.
Harry explains “20 Strings and the Truth is the 14th CD I've created in the last 14 years. This recording is unique in that it's mostly instrumental. When I initially began preparing this CD I wanted to lean on the melodies, rhythms and notes more than the words in order to create new musical soundscapes. I used sounds that spoke to the emotions that words wouldn't allow me to express. I also sang on two of the three cover songs (Summertime & Waiting in Vain) simply because the words are so beautiful and poetic. The music of this CD sits closer to silence in all it's depth and simplicity than most of what I've done in the past. It's a snapshot of attempting to reflect my world in all it's intensity and beauty; a reflection of trying to find and portray the truth as I know it, a reflection of my own journey as a dharma bum, a love junkie, a seeker, a wanderer in the inner world...... that's my music. It's spiritual; it's the Blues.”
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HARRY MANX (CANADA)  
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1ST, MULLUM CIVIC HALL
Doors Open 7:15 with food & drinks available from Open Table
8pm showtime Tix: http://www.ticketebo.com.au/harrymanxmullum or at the door $49
  
“Harry’s real skill lays in creating a rare musical place where blues, country, folk and Indian classical music co-exist as some spirit force”.  Downbeat
 
Harry Manx has been one of the most successful international touring musicians ever to grace stages in Australia.   Returning in September and October for over 30 concert dates, this deeply original multi-instrumentalist has entertained audiences in more than 10 extensive tours since 2001. 
The explanation is simple.  Harry’s created his own genre, often referred to as the ‘Mystissippi Blues’.   His mesmerizing sound is an organic fusion of eastern musical traditions with the Blues.  The result is an expressive, moving and unforgettable new world.  
His unique toolbox is a fascinating range of conventional acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, harmonica, stomp box, and the Mohan Veena, created by Harry’s Indian mentor Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.  His award-winning songs ‘create musical short stories that wed the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas’.  
A worldwide festival favorite, Harry’s 14 albums and ceaseless touring have seen him earn a slew of Maple Leaf, Juno and Canadian Folk Awards, nominations, and accolades from musicians and fans worldwide.  
“Watching Harry play tonight I feel like I learned something new…….”
Bruce Springsteen, @ the International Guitar Festival, New York City
 In February 2013, Harry’s 20-stringed Mohan Veena, was stolen from an airport carousel in Chicago.   By the next day over 3 million people and the AP news service had spread the word and put Harry and his little-known instrument on the world map!  Global relief ensued when police found the culprit and Harry was reunited with his Mohan Veena.
Harry explains “20 Strings and the Truth is the 14th CD Ive created in the last 14 years. This recording is unique in that its mostly instrumental. When I initially began preparing this CD I wanted to lean on the melodies, rhythms and notes more than the words in order to create new musical soundscapes. I used sounds that spoke to the emotions that words wouldnt allow me to express. I also sang on two of the three cover songs (Summertime & Waiting in Vain) simply because the words are so beautiful and poetic.  The music of this CD sits closer to silence in all its depth and simplicity than most of what Ive done in the past.  Its a snapshot of attempting to reflect my world in all its intensity and beauty; a reflection of trying to find and portray the truth as I know it, a reflection of my own journey as a dharma bum, a love junkie, a seeker, a wanderer in the inner world...... thats my music.  Its spiritual; its the Blues.”

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Phone 0403204644 to book the Mullumbimby Civic Hall or email [email protected] ... See MoreSee Less

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Starts tomorrow at Mullumbimby Civic Hall. Know your rights.

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11 months ago

This Thursday 4th August 7pm

Sherpa Film: Screening with Director Jen Peedom

Friday 17 June, Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall

Doors open 6pm, film 7pm, followed by Q & A

Dinner available from 6pm by Pocket Curries

Screening of Sherpa with multi award-winning director Jennifer Peedom in conversation. Sherpa captures the deadliest day on Everest, and the tragic events that unfolded in 2014 including the deaths of 16 Sherpas.

Jennifer Peedom is an Everest veteran who will speak about the grueling and intimate experience of making the film, being on the mountain during these tragic events and the difficult choices she had to make as a filmmaker when disaster unfolded. She will share the processes of capturing the Sherpa’s stories and the challenges of working in the Everest environment.
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We are so looking forward to meeting Sydney based Director Jennifer Peedom who will join us for our special screening of Sherpa Film, followed by in conversation on 17 June Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Last Tango
Mullumbimby Civic Hall
Friday May 27

In Buenos Aires in the 1940s, she was the most beautiful girl in the neighbourhood. He could not dance at all. But they had a dream and together they changed the history of tango. Our Last Tango, a feature documentary executive produced by Wim Wenders (Pina, Buena Vista Social Club), is a story of love - between the two most celebrated dancers in tango’s history, and their tremendous love for that most passionate dance form. But it is also a story of seduction, rejection and betrayal.

Maria Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes met when they were 14 and 17, and danced together for nearly fifty years. In all those years they loved and hated each other and went through several painful separations, but remained partners in dance. No other man danced like Juan and no other woman danced like Maria!

Both came from impoverished backgrounds, but together they took tango from the backstreets of Buenos Aires to Broadway, where they staged their Tango Argentina show in the 1980s, featuring the couple dancing atop a small table, something that Maria admits always terrified her.

Now, Maria (80) and Juan (83) open up about their love, their hatred, and their passion. Our Last Tango bridges the gap between generations, as Juan and Maria tell their story to a group of young tango dancers and choreographers from Buenos Aires, who transform the most moving and dramatic moments of Juan and Maria’s lives into incredible, beautifully shot choreographies that complement the soul-searching interviews and documentary moments of the film to make this an unforgettable journey into the heart of the tango.

Our Last Tango screens on Friday May 27 at Mullumbimby Civic Hall. Before the film a group of local dancers including tango teacher Ange Keenan will present a social tango demonstration at 7pm. Tickets $15/$13 conc. available at Mullumbimby Bookshop and Mary Ryan’s Byron Bay, or through [email protected] Doors open at 6.30pm for chai and cakes and the film screens at 7.30pm.
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Our Last Tango
Mullumbimby Civic Hall
Friday May 27

In Buenos Aires in the 1940s, she was the most beautiful girl in the neighbourhood. He could not dance at all. But they had a dream and together they changed the history of tango. Our Last Tango, a feature documentary executive produced by Wim Wenders (Pina, Buena Vista Social Club), is a story of love - between the two most celebrated dancers in tango’s history, and their tremendous love for that most passionate dance form. But it is also a story of seduction, rejection and betrayal.

Maria Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes met when they were 14 and 17, and danced together for nearly fifty years. In all those years they loved and hated each other and went through several painful separations, but remained partners in dance.  No other man danced like Juan and no other woman danced like Maria!

Both came from impoverished backgrounds, but together they took tango from the backstreets of Buenos Aires to Broadway, where they staged their Tango Argentina show in the 1980s, featuring the couple dancing atop a small table, something that Maria admits always terrified her.

Now, Maria (80) and Juan (83) open up about their love, their hatred, and their passion. Our Last Tango bridges the gap between generations, as Juan and Maria tell their story to a group of young tango dancers and choreographers from Buenos Aires, who transform the most moving and dramatic moments of Juan and Maria’s lives into incredible, beautifully shot choreographies that complement the soul-searching interviews and documentary moments of the film to make this an unforgettable journey into the heart of the tango.

Our Last Tango screens on Friday May 27 at Mullumbimby Civic Hall.  Before the film a group of local dancers including tango teacher Ange Keenan will present a social tango demonstration at 7pm. Tickets $15/$13 conc. available at Mullumbimby Bookshop and Mary Ryan’s Byron Bay, or through travellingflicks@gmail.com.  Doors open at 6.30pm for chai and cakes and the film screens at 7.30pm.

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This Sat at Mullumbimby Civic Hall!!Joining us on stage at the Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall tomorrow night before Jim Lawrie are local favourites and rising stars - The Children of Moscow. See you soon Mullumbimby.

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This Sat at Mullumbimby Civic Hall!!

This week at the Mullum Civic Hall:-

Monday 9th concert Byron Spirit Festival Concert Peia. The doors open at 6pm....tickets are $25 pre sale / $30 on the door.....
Peia will go on at around 7.30pm.

Tuesday 10th Capoeira 7:15 to 9:15Pm front room
Wed 11th Peter Hunt Vocal workshop 7-9pm
Thursday 12th Capoeira 7:15 to 9:15pm front room
Thursday 12th 5 Rhythms Movement Meditation with Geash Bowler Main Hall 10am to 12.
Saturday 13th Concert Tin Pan Orange
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This week at the Mullum Civic Hall:-        

Monday 9th concert Byron Spirit Festival Concert Peia.  The doors open at 6pm....tickets are $25 pre sale / $30 on the door.....
Peia will go on at around 7.30pm.
  
Tuesday 10th Capoeira 7:15 to 9:15Pm front room
Wed 11th Peter Hunt Vocal workshop 7-9pm 
Thursday 12th Capoeira 7:15 to 9:15pm front room    
Thursday 12th 5 Rhythms Movement Meditation with Geash Bowler Main Hall 10am to 12.
Saturday 13th Concert Tin Pan Orange

Greens Federal Election Campaign Launch last Friday at Mullumbimby Civic Hall in the auditorium with special guest speaker Green's leader Richard Di Natale. Combined with the fabulous Art Exhibition in the front room the Mullum Hall was buzzing! ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago

Greens Federal Election Campaign Launch last Friday at Mullumbimby Civic Hall in the auditorium with special guest speaker Greens leader Richard Di Natale.  Combined with the fabulous Art Exhibition in the front room the Mullum Hall was buzzing!

Front Room at Mullumbimby Memorial Hall. Opening night for the Aboriginal Art Exhibition was last Friday. Beautiful display, don't miss this opportunity, open daily until Sunday May 8th. ... See MoreSee Less

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Front Room at Mullumbimby Memorial Hall.  Opening night for the Aboriginal Art Exhibition was last Friday.  Beautiful display, dont miss this opportunity, open daily until Sunday May 8th.

SUPPORT THIS FUNDRAISER FOR THE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN FIJI, THIS SATURDAY 5:30 TO 8:30PM. All proceeds will go directly to villagers in Fiji. Some great music and great food to enjoy as well. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago

SUPPORT THIS FUNDRAISER FOR THE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN FIJI, THIS SATURDAY 5:30 TO 8:30PM. All proceeds will go directly to villagers in Fiji. Some great music and great food to enjoy as well. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago

SUPPORT THIS FUNDRAISER FOR THE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN FIJI, THIS SATURDAY 5:30 TO 8:30PM. All proceeds will go directly to villagers in Fiji. Some great music and great food to enjoy as well. ... See MoreSee Less

1 years ago

SUPPORT THIS FUNDRAISER FOR THE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN FIJI, THIS SATURDAY 5:30 TO 8:30PM.  All proceeds will go directly to villagers in Fiji.  Some great music and great food to enjoy as well.

March at Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall.

Things are getting energetic at Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall with Capoeira classes each Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm, Divine Dance Sunday mornings at 10am and Gi Gong every Tuesday morning at 9:30am.
At 7pm on 9th March we have Family Health and Well Being presented by Dr Oscar Serreallach, as part of the Wellness Wednesdays series.
This Saturday 5th March is Celebration of Love, starting at 6pm.
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This Saturday March 5th at Mullum Hall.

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Tomorrow night at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall:- Vadoum - Afro Brasilian Dance Party 7pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tomorrow night at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall:- Vadoum - Afro Brasilian Dance Party 7pm.
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