Shakespeare’s Macbeth

Shakespeare’s Macbeth

There was some intent for the Drill Hall Theatre Company to produce Macbeth in July this year.  For various reasons this has now been postponed for a future time.

Classes and Workshops

Boxation

Tuesday and Thursday 5 – 7.30pm

More Information at:

http://www.boxation.com.au/boxing-classes

Our Congratulations to Pete on his Award from Byron Shire Youth Council

Here’s what he has to say:

“I got an outstanding achievement award from the byron shire council for my 13 year of service helping young people in the community. If you would like to watch my speech to get an idea of what my Boxation service is all about here it is…”

https://www.facebook.com/peter.gauge/videos/916556545058513/

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Dynamic drawing with Ron Curran.

Wednesday 9:30amron_sm

http://www.dynamicdrawing.com.au/

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Circus & Theatre

Contact Nicholina on 0412 090 877

 

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Pilates with Michael Hennessy

Tuesdays at 9:30 am
For more information phone Michael on 0403 869 126
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Nia Classes for Men and Women

Friday 9:30-10.30am
Contact Meggie at mail@meggie.com.au or 0467683625 for info and term dates
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“Nia is a transformational movement and lifestyle practice anchored in body awareness. It is inspired by the martial arts, dance, arts, and healing arts. Nia offers holistic conditioning and is an excellent complement to Yoga and Pilates. Classes are suitable for everybody, no experience necessary. Come to move, sweat, and feel great!”
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Cape  Byron Playback Theatre

Cape Byron Playback Theatre performs at the Drill Hall.  Playback Theatre is spontaneous, improvised theatre which plays back, through drama and sound, audience members’ stories, experiences and events from their lives. We have been rehearsing and performing since 1998, and give regular community performances & workshops throughout the year.

Further details can be found at our Facebook site

https://www.facebook.com/CapeByronPlaybackTheatre

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Travelling Flicks

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Travelling Flicks brings the best of Arthouse and independent cinema releases to communities around the Byron Bay region including the Drill Hall Theatre in Mullumbimby. We provide quality and diversity, featuring recent foreign and Australian films.  The evenings are relaxed and entertaining, and the mix of food, music and film makes for a great social event. Our aim is to inspire and help make the world a more enjoyable, and better place to live in for everybody. And ultimately to put a smile on your face.

More details at:

http://www.travellingflicks.com/venues/mullumbimby/

Noel

Email: info@travellingflicks.com

Phone: 0423 275 356
Home: 02668 74424

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Adult Acting Classes

conducted by the Drill Hall Theatre Company

Monday 6:30pm

 

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 See our Calendar for all events booked at the Drill Hall.

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Visiting Events

Gone Tomorrow

Byron Youth Theatre

Saturday and Sunday 9th and 10th December

Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy and happiness, but for many it’s the most difficult time of the year. Those experiencing mental illness can often find this time of year harder to bear.
BYT’s production about youth suicide prevention, Gone Tomorrow,  highlights the importance of watching out for such signs in our family and friends and assisting them to get the help and support they may need.
Performances will be held at The Drill Hall Theatre, Mullumbimby, NSW on SATURDAY 9TH DECEMBER at 2pm and 6pm and SUNDAY 10TH DECEMBER 6pm.

Guest speakers Rose Hogan from StandBy support after suicide service (Saturday 2pm), Michelle Walter, trauma counsellor (Saturday 6pm) and local psychologist Peter Chown (Sunday 6pm) will give a brief talk and Q&A after each performance.  Information about local services will be available.

We encourage all parents with teenage children aged 15+ to attend as well as community members as youth suicide prevention is a key concern for all.  BYT are very grateful to Northern Rivers Community Foundation for funding this project as well as a Cunning Stunts donation.  The production has been supported by Byron Youth Service, headspace, StandBy support after suicide, WayAhead, Mental Health Association of NSW and local school counsellors.

For more information checkout our Facebook Event page
Lisa Apostolides
Director
Byron Youth Theatre 
0403023693
02 8007 7338

Nia Classes for Men and Women

Friday 9:30-10.30am

Contact Meggie at mail@meggie.com.au or 0467683625 for info and term dates
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“Nia is a transformational movement and lifestyle practice anchored in body awareness. It is inspired by the martial arts, dance, arts, and healing arts. Nia offers holistic conditioning and is an excellent complement to Yoga and Pilates. Classes are suitable for everybody, no experience necessary. Come to move, sweat, and feel great!”

Boxation

Tuesday and Thursday 5 – 7.30pm

More Information at:

http://www.boxation.com.au/boxing-classes

Our Congratulations to Pete on his Award from Byron Shire Youth Council

Here’s what he has to say:

“I got an outstanding achievement award from the byron shire council for my 13 year of service helping young people in the community. If you would like to watch my speech to get an idea of what my Boxation service is all about here it is…”

https://www.facebook.com/peter.gauge/videos/916556545058513/

Southern Cross Credit Union Community Grant

 

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Please vote for us at https://www.sccu.com.au/50-year-celebrations/156-community-grants

Dear Friends of the Theatre

It’s been a big year at the Mullumbimby Drill Hall.  On Sunday 28th August we celebrate our Centenary year.  As part of the celebrations, the Theatre has undergone a transformation over recent times.  Air-conditioning has been installed so that you no longer have to freeze in winter and swelter in summer and we are about to have new tiered seating installed.

To complete the renovations we have applied to the Southern Cross Credit Union for a Community Grant to install new curtains and associated works.  The grants are decided by the number of votes each application receives.  Please take the time to go to  https://www.sccu.com.au/50-year-celebrations/156-community-grants and vote for us.

Please vote now!  Voting closes  Friday 28 October.

Thankyou from the Management Committee

Mullumbimby Drill Hall Centenary

Sunday 28th August from 11am

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What a day.  Thank you Mullumbimby community for helping The Drill Hall celebrate its centenary on Sunday 28th August.  The Belle of the hall (our own 100 year old local, Elva Julien) was there to cut the ribbon for the next 100 years and more……….

There was something to entice and entertain everyone at this family friendly celebration and entry was free.  It was great to see that so many people came dressed in period clothing fitting for the occasion.

You could sit in on a story and let your mind wander; or grab a hoola hoop or a skipping rope and be part of the action.  Others reminisced playing knuckles/jacks?  And others showed their children what we used to get up to when we were ankle-biters, letting them see that we haven’t lost your marbles yet, and could still give them a blast from your past!  There was a chalkboard for memories of the Drill Hall (great stories) and live music; food stalls for all tastes and community gardens interaction.  AND what would a community one-hundred-year celebration be without a Lions Barbecue by the Brunswick Mullumbimby Lions?

Art, craft, history, music, food, community, dance, theatre, storytelling for kids, interactive theatre and Mullumbimby’s Biggest Little Choir.  Even a Soap Box for the verbally erect among us (everyone was a bit shy with this one)  Current tutors at the Drill showed their wares and you could even join in a Pilates class.  And visitors had the opportunity to visit the Potters and their studio, out the back, and find out just how they made all that stuff.

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