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Playback Theatre Performance
Performers from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra
and the Blue Mountains are heading to moss
Vale on March 5, for a performance at the Moss
Vale Community Hall. The Playback Theatre
performance will kick off at 7.30pm and finish at
9pm. Bookings are essential.
Visit www.canberraplayback.org or phone
Robert on 0413 285 184 for more information.
The annual Fettlers Heritage Art Prize will be
on show on weekends from March 5, until April
10, at the Roberson Fettlers Shed Experience. The
official opening will start at 2pm on March 5,
with artworks focusing on past and present
scenes from Robertson and around the shire.
Details: Penny, 0408 610 714.
Highlands Theatre Group
Production Miss Saigon
The Highlands Theatre Group will open the
curtains on their first production for the year,
Miss Saigon on March 11, at Clubbe Hall,
Mittagong. Following performances are
scheduled for March 12, 19, 25 and 26 at 8pm
and on March 13 and 20 at 3pm.
Tickets cost $24 for adults and $20 for
concession except on opening night when tickets
will be $15 each.
and Horticultural Show
The Robertson Agricultural and Horticultural
Show will start on March 11-12 at the Robertson
Details: Leesa, 4885 1968 or 0409 244 574.
Southern Highland Wines Italian Festival
Southern Highland Wines will host an Italian
Festival on March 13, from 10am. There will be a
display of an Alfa, Lancia, Fiat cars and a
collection of Italian motorbikes as well as cooking
demonstrations and entertainment for children.
Entry is $10 per car, which will go to the
Children's Cancer Institute of Australia. For more
information phone the winery on 4868 2300.
James Williamson Enduro Challenge
The inaugural James Williamson Enduro
Challenge will be held in memory of the 2008
World and 2006 Australian MTB 24 hour
champion. The event will be held on March 13,
at Wingello State Forest. Email to Megan Patey at
email@example.com for registrations.
St Jude's Bowral Autumn Music Festival
St Jude's will host their fifth Bowral Autumn
Music Festival on March 18-20. The focus this
year is Mozart in Vienna, which will feature
Mozart performed by the likes of Kathryn Selby,
Niki Vasilakis, Emma-Jane Murphy, Robert
Johnson, under the artistic direction of Yvette
Goodchild. The program includes four concerts
and an organ recital in St Jude's Church, and
concerts in the Empire Cinema and Mittagong
or phone the Southern Highlands Tourist
Information Centre on 1300 657 559.
Moss Vale Agricultural Show
Moss Vale Agricultural Show will be held on
March 18-20 at Moss Vale Showground. Visit
www.mossvaleshow.com.au for more
There will be a workshop for young comedians
at Highlands Youth Centre on March 19, and is
open to youth from school years 9-12. The event
will starts at 12pm and will give those who win
local heats in Wollongong a chance to perform
on stage at the 2011 Melbourne International
Comedy Festival. For details visit
www.shyac.org.au or phone 4801 0622.
Big Band Festival
Big bands will march into Corbett Gardens on
March 19-20 for the second annual Big Band
Festival from 12.30pm-4.30pm. Details: Tony
Springett, 4862 2222.
The Movement Disorder Foundation's
Southern Highlands Duck Race
Bong Bong Race Track will host the Movement
Disorder Foundation's Southern Highlands Duck
Race on March 27. It will be a day of
entertainment with the duck race, a Coffee Team
Relay, Flying Cossacks and plenty of Children's
entertainment. Visit www.mdf.org.au for more
Lionel Ritchie at Centennial Vineyards
Lionel Ritchie will head to Bowral on March 27,
for a day on the green concert at Centennial
Vineyards. Supporting his act will be Guy
Sebastian and Lowrider. Visit
www.adayonthegreen.com.au or phone Tourism
Southern Highlands on 1300 657 559 for tickets.
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