Saturday 20 September
11am - 12:30pm
Burrinja Black Box
Entry by Donation
The Bridge of Peace
The Bridge of Peace is a very real and empowering way to create personal bridges of reconciliation and healing. It is an opportunity to connect in heart with someone from a different cultural background and build lasting friendships. The Bridge of Peace is a signature project of WFWP (Women’s Federation for World Peace). WFWP is an international women’s organisation founded in 1992, having general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and is active in 122 nations worldwide. For information on our activties in Australia visit www.wfwpaustralia.org To connect with international activities visit www.wfwp.org
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched .. but are felt in the heart.” – Helen Keller
“If we have no peace it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” – Mother Theresa
Entertainment, friendship, light lunch served (vegetarian and gluten free catered for), free parking and yes our men are welcome.
The Ultimate comedy rock show for kids!!!
Aussie Kids Rock are a stunning and whacky rock band that entertain kids (and Mums and Dads too!). Funky guitarist Rusty, cool bass man C.J, and the ever-comical, and sensational drummer Deano, take the audience on a time machine journey through music covering many different styles including punk rock, hip hop, jazz and disco.
This spectacular show aimed at kids throughout the whole primary school age bracket has proven repeatedly to be a great experience for the whole family.
Don’t miss this loveable show loaded with laughs!
Suitable Ages 5+
Sunday 28 September
Group 4+ $18pp
Enjoy an afternoon of chamber music featuring;
• Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet with Robert Schubert
• Telemann’s Viola Concerto with soloist Martin Welch
• Bachianas Brasileiras no 5 by Heitor Villa-Lobos with soprano Cristina
Keightley accompanied by 8 cellos
• A rare performance of Beethoven’s funeral music 3 Equali for 4 Trombones
• The String orchestra playing the evocative Adagio for Strings by Barber and
Mozart’s Divertimento in D
Sunday 12 October
Burrinja Black Box
All Tickets $20
Bookings Via Fernlea House 5968 3895
Featuring an amazing line up of talent, this promises to be an event not to be missed.
• Nick Seidenman - Tenor, Melbourne Opera ( and local Flash Mob)
• Michael Waugh - award winning singer/songwriter
• Barbara Jeffrey & Jose Garcia - Harp, voice, guitar
• Capitalist Pigs - Vocals, guitar, banjo, double bass
• Singularity - Acapella Choir
• Susan Graham & Margaret Orr - Harp, voice
• Mary Knights-Rutten - cello
• Glengoldies - Glengollan Super Stars
Wednesday 8 October
Wed - 8pm
Group 6+ $20
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon
The 39 Steps is a fast-paced, side-splitting comedy featuring over a hundred characters played by four actors. Based on the 1935 Hitchcock spy thriller movie and novel by John Buchan, the stage production is currently the longest running comedy in the West End and winner of major theatrical prizes from Tony Awards® to the Olivier and Helpmann Awards.
Handsome hero Richard Hannay meets a mysterious woman, who reveals a plot to smuggle military secrets out of the country. That night, she is found murdered in his apartment. With the police and international spies hot on his heels, Hannay races to solve the mystery of the man with the missing finger. His heart-racing adventures involve death-defying escapes from planes, trains and automobiles with the beautiful blonde bombshell Pamela by his side.
A rip-roaring night out for all the family, don’t miss this theatrical tour-de-force already seen by over 3 million people in more than 60 countries.
Also showing at Mooroolbark Community Centre on Tue 7 Oct, call 1300 368 333
Saturday 11 October
All Tix $25
Group 6+ $20
Meal and Show $45
Group 6+ $40
Starring Dominic Finley and the Diamantes
A new theatre version of The Neil Diamond Show - same great songs but a whole new story and presentation.
The show sees Finley carefully weave his personal story from gritty working men's clubs in Lancashire, in the North of England, with the legacy of Neil Diamond. - Join us to hear the tale of how this once struggling Broadway songwriter became one of the worlds most loved performers.
Dominic will be joined by a full band in the Burrinja Theatre to present a stunning selection of Diamond’s hits including; Solitary Man, Cherry Cherry and Girl You’ll Be a Woman Soon right through to the multi-platinum Beautiful Noise album.
Meal and Show:
Enjoy a wonderful two course meal in the Burrinja Cafe prior to the performance for only $45. Bookings via Burrinja Box Office on (03) 9754 8723. Not available online.
Sunday 19 October
11am - 3pm
Featuring a range of performances and workshops by The Forest Collective, RUCCIS Circus, Sweet Sassafras Choir, The Motivate Project and other local artists and performers.
Full program out soon...
Sunday 19 October
Black Box Studio
Homer calls a man “a leaf,” the smallest, the weakest piece of a short lived unsteady plant’. Pinder calls him “the dream of a shadow:” another, “the dream of the shadow of smoke”... The sum of all this is: that thou art a man, than whom there is not in the world any greater...’ Jeremy Taylor
Inspired by and adapted from Jeremy Taylor’s 1651 ‘The rules and exercises of Holy Dying’, this new performance piece explores the absurd influence of death over life. Taylor wrote his book so that his readers may find a divine death; Osztreicher explores these universal existential questions, on morality, theology and a greater existence, so that we may one day answer our own.
Written and directed by Stephanie Osztreiecher.
A co-commission between Burrinja and La Mama Theatre, this work was developed with the assistance of Testing Grounds.
Visit www.forestcollective.com.au for more information on the collective.
Not suitable for children under 15.
Wednesday 8 April at 6pm
Thursday 9 April at 1pm
All Tix $19
Family 4+ $15
It’s a long way to the top, the big top, and these guys are livin’ on a prayer for nothin’ but a good time.
This all ages event showcases the incredible skill of four rock stars of Australian circus. Imagine the greatest rock band ever, as a circus. It’ll shake you all night long, set to a pumping classic rock soundtrack with a wide range of circus acts from trapeze and acrobatics to juggling and hula hoops. It is a show that is sure to entertain every audience member whether you like death-defying stunts, incredible displays of strength and agility or just plain silly nonsense.
Pants Down won the Best Circus award at the 2012 Melbourne Fringe and came second out of 900+ shows for the People’s Choice award at the 2013 Adelaide Fringe.
“This vibrant show is a delight and entertained its audience of all ages. The degree of skill displayed in this show is impressive. This show is a real marvel to watch. High levels of skill and an abundance of showmanship." 5 Stars - theatreguide.com.au