What’s new in Bathurst: theater, closing of the winter festival, art exhibitions, author’s talk | Western lawyer


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The Bathurst region will continue to welcome responsible travel and the attractions are open for business. Please contact individual operators to book in advance and for up-to-date opening hours and entry requirements. Kangaroo is the first play by local playwright Miranda Gott, directed by former Bathurst designer Becky Russell. The play is inspired by the contrasting nature of urban and rural life, where life and death seem so much closer when it comes to dead wild animals. Friday July 9 8 p.m .; Saturday July 10, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. For tickets, visit www.bmec.com.au. The work of artist Wiradyuri Birrunga Wiradyuri exhibited at the Bathurst Winter Festival will continue to be exhibited as part of NAIDOC Week. Kmart Windows, Armada Bathurst Shopping Center. Until July 11. The Bathurst Winter Festival wraps up this weekend. There will be COVID protocols in place and the enforcement of current rules. Festival highlights include the ice rink, Ferris wheel and carousel, as well as illuminations and light shows, food drinks and music galore. Until July 11. For more details on the events of the Bathurst Winter Festival 2021, visit www.bathurstwinterfestival.com.au. These works are the result of an artist and poet based in Orange, Angela Malone, drawn to a friend’s orchard to paint. Malone captures the outer reality of the landscape with his own emotional and inner world, working quickly and often with the elements out of sight. Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dianne O’Brien will discuss her memoir Daughter Of The River Country. More commonly known as Aunt Di, she is the president of Mingaletta Corporation, an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community center. Thursday July 15. 6 p.m. Bathurst Library. Visit bathurst.nsw.gov.au/library or call 6333 6281. The Dance Makers Collective has discovered a secret underground world of daddy’s dance. They created a new show based on their own fathers. We won’t see them move on stage, but will hear them in interviews and their musical preferences will form the soundtrack of the show. Tuesday July 27. 7:30 p.m. $ 18 to $ 42. Tickets at www.bmec.com.au/dads.html. Join Bathurst Panorama Chorus for a delicious three-course soup and sliced ​​lunch. Reservations essential. Saturday July 31. 12:30 p.m. Holy Trinity Hall, Gilmour Street, Kelso. $ 25. Visit www.bathurstpanorama.com.