Back in August, lockdowns forced the Nanango Theatre Company to cancel its planned Heritage NananGO PLAYfest at the last moment but now there’s some good news … all is not lost!
Attendance numbers at this year’s Heritage Nanango Country Muster may be down by close to 40 per cent this year, but the Nanango Show Society is delighted to see the much-loved annual event back in operation again.
The Blackbutt Shopfront Art Trail will be officially unveiled on Saturday.
Wondai residents – and rail trail users – should feel a little bit safer, thanks to the generosity of the Kingaroy Rotary Club.
The 2021 Heritage Nanango Country Muster will get under way on Thursday … one of the few major local music events not to have been cancelled this year.
The annual exhibition by local artists’ collective Jumping Ant Arts is always worth checking out … and their latest effort at Kingaroy Art Gallery is another winner!
A pair of carpet snakes hitched a ride around the world at historic Taabinga Homestead on Sunday afternoon.
Did you hear the one about the comedy workshop? It’s going to be heaps of fun and will be coming to Nanango in less than a month!
If you’d searched the web for references to Kingaroy singing teacher Julee-anne Bell last week, there would have been a few “hits”.
South Burnett Regional Council has received $15,000 under the State Government’s 2021-22 Regional Arts Development Fund program.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery was packed to overflowing with children and their proud parents and teachers on Friday night.
Music lovers have been invited to check out the first concert of a new vocal group which has been formed in the South Burnett.
Nanango Theatre Company’s planned 12-play festival – which was to kick off at the Nanango Cultural Centre on Friday night – has been cancelled due to the extension of the COVID-19 lockdown in Greater Brisbane.
Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival want to draw up a community plan that will guide art-related activities in the Timbertown over the next five years.
The 2021 Gympie Music Muster has been cancelled.
Blackbutt dancer Gemmason Green, 11, is hoping to perform with the Queensland Ballet in The Nutcracker this December
South Burnett artists and cultural workers will have the opportunity to undertake specialist training in “creative recovery” thanks to an innovative program.
Australia is home to over 150 supersized monuments and artworks that look like much smaller objects, animals and food … now Blackbutt wants to join the Big Things movement, too.
Country music lovers should be making a beeline to The Shed in Nanango next Friday night (July 23) to catch a top night of entertainment with a distinctly local flavour.
Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery volunteers believe this year’s Queensland Winter Craft Festival has been the most successful to date.