Coming Events


The Carnival’s Not Over

Barwon Park – Winchelsea

2pm Sunday March 4th

Hailing from Geelong, The Geekers are a five piece troupe of actors and musicians who have joined forces to form a quirky band performing classic songs from The Seekers and other 60s bands.  With over 40 years of combined performing experience, The Geekers capture the beautiful vocal harmonies and melodies of 60s music and add their own flair and sense of fun. This group has sold out shows individually but have bought their best work to this quirky ensemble. Ellie and Joni Gardner’s incredible vocals backed by proficient instrumentalists and harmonies leave audiences singing these classic tunes for days. This band puts a smile on everyone’s face.  Featuring Ellie Gardner, Michael Leigh, Joni Gardner, Greg Chadwick and Ben Mitchell.

Celtic Dreaming

Barwon Park – Winchelsea

2pm Sunday March 11th

A selection of much loved Celtic music featuring magical combinations of voice, piano, guitar and cello.  Featuring Nadine Joy, Ellie Gardner, Carol Fogg, Joni Gardner, Ben Mitchell, Miriam Pohlenz and Kathryn O’Neill.

Devonshire Tea available for $5.00.  Bookings essential.

A Doll’s House – Henrik Ibsen

Ceres Hall

8pm – May 4th (Preview), May 5th, May 11th, May 12th, May 18th

2pm – May 6th, May 13th

5pm – May 19th

‘A Doll’s House’ is the play that made Henrik Ibsen famous across the world.  It is a masterpiece.  Written in 1879, nearly 140 years ago, its message is universal and current.  Its theme is the need of every individual to find out the kind of person he or she really is and to strive to become that person.  Ibsen knew what Freud and Jung were later to assert, that liberation can only come from within.  Ibsen declared that what he really wanted was “a revolution of the spirit of humankind!”