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Word is out about books

The 2019 Bendigo Writers Festival features a stellar line up of local and international writers across three days from August 9-11. Among the international drawcards will be British philosopher and author of Democracy and Its Crisis AC Grayling, Korean-American...

2019 GTM – Photos: Jim Marshall

ONCE again Bendigo vibrated to the sounds of Groovin the Moo. There was plenty of colour and plenty of music to keep fans on their feet and happy with the day. They say a picture paints a thousand words, and the six here are just a taste of JIM MARSHALL’s finest....

Josh Muir’s going solo

Bendigo Art Gallery will host a major exhibition by Yorta Yorta/Gunditjmara artist Josh Muir later this year. Muir will present a large-scale multimedia project for the inaugural Going Solo: First Nations 2019 exhibition at the gallery in November. The Going Solo...

Their own patch

  A special event over the Easter Festival is the Biennial Exhibition of the Strathdale (Bendigo) Quilters. More than 120 quilts will be on display showcasing the work of the quilters from the past two years. Each quilt often represents a detailed story and more...

Single for Lions

BENDIGO-based roots rockers Four Lions have released their second single Stay, from the band’s forthcoming album Hard Days. Their latest slice of classic Americana-tinged heartland rock comes hot on the heels of last month’s opening salvo How Much. Stay marks Four...

Have a great night with Joel

After playing more than 600 concerts in over 20 countries across four continents since 2012, Tongan born, Melbourne raised and Germany-based singer-songwriter Joel Havea certainly knows how to put on a good show, and he’s bringing it back to Bendigo. His show is at...

Mural sets the mood

Birthing women will soon be able to experience the calming comforts of a wall mural in the new birthing suites of the maternity ward at St John of God Hospital, Bendigo. The three spacious birthing suites have been refurbished to give each suite a homely feel and...

Backing the belly dancer

The play, The Belly Dancer, is an exciting cultural event which has been supported by The Capital’s performance subsidy for both its development and production phases. Tripwire Theatre, which is producing the play, was also awarded the inaugural Performing Arts...

Alanna and Alicia Egan return

It is 18 months since former Bendigo residents, identical twins Alanna and Alicia Egan, performed on a Bendigo stage, but their return is sure to pull a crowd at the inaugural Bendigo Autumn Music festival. “It is so exciting to have a new festival in Bendigo that...


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