Festivals and more

COBARGO FOLK FESTIVAL- satire and choir
The Cobargo Folk Festival has returned to its usual time of the year, this weekend, March 3-5, We’re doing political satire on the Saturday, 5-6pm, and running the Festival Choir Saturday and Sunday at 10am, with a final performance on the Sunday at 11.15am.
Cobargo Showground, 77 Avernus St, Cobargo. https://cobargofolkfestival.com/

SENIORS’ EXPO- singalong
Twice each year The Council of the Ageing (COTA) runs a Seniors’ Expo, consisting of stalls, food and beverages, entertainment and displays. As part of the entertainment component we’re leading a singalong of songs from well-known musicals. We’re having fun digging through the likes of The Sound of Music, Oklahoma, Cabaret, Calamity Jane, My Fair Lady, Showboat, Hair etc etc etc.
EPIC, Flemington Rd, Mitchell, Wednesday March 15, 11am, 12.30pm. Free

Silver is Gold Seniors Expo

NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL- Under the Influence and choir
At the NFF we will be performing our Under The Influence show with Keith Potger (Friday Apr 7, 6pm). And we will be running the Festival Choir with Keith, under the title of From Georgia to Georgy Girl, a combination of Seekers’ vocal arrangements and Moya’s passion for world music (Friday Apr 7-Monday Apr 10, various times).
EPIC, Flemington Rd, Mitchell, April 6-10. https://www.folkfestival.org.au/

AND COMING UP…. Under the Influence with Nigel and Beth who run Smith’s Alternative, May 13 at Smith’s.
Finale, Moya as you’ve never seen her before, in a wild and funny dream-cabaret about love, death, and telling the truth- an SFZ (Shortis Free Zone), July 12-16, Ainslie Arts Centre.
Under the Influence with Mikelangelo (Michael Simic), at The Q, Nov 3/4.
Also, a celebratory performance of Wordly Goods Choir (25 years old this year), songwriting workshops with John Shortis, and a satire show.

Details of these will appear in future newsletters.