Time Out: July 19-25



Biddies, 2pm and 7.30pm, Albury Entertainment Centre

Albury Ukulele Group, 6pm, The Long Room, Albion Hotel, Albury

Andrew Kennedy, 6pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Open Mic, 7pm, O’Maille’s Pub & Hops Garden, Wodonga

Open Mic: Kane Mills, 7.30pm, Royal Hotel, Corowa

After Party with Dylan, The Frying Pan Inn, Falls Creek

Apres Acoustic Session: Marcus Toop and Benny Williams, Swindlers Bar & Restaurant, Mount Hotham

El Moth and The Turbo Rads, 8.30pm, The General, Mount Hotham

Ned’s Needles Knitted Beard Judging and Official Opening with Peter Rowsthorn, comedian, 5pm, Robert O’Hara Burke Museum, Beechoworth

Phil Dalby, 7pm, Mulwala Waterski Club


Unplug and Unwind: live acoustic music, 5pm to 7pm, Paddy’s Albury

John Gratton, 5pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav, 5pm to 10pm, Q Manhattans, Albury

Darren Wood, 6pm, Sevens Bistro, Commercial Club, Albury

Take Cover, 7pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, Albury

HotHouse Theatre Studio Ensemble: All in the Timing, 7.30pm, The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga

Christine Anu: Rewind — The Aretha Franklin Story, 8pm, Albury Entertainment Centre

Jazz Albury-Wodonga: The Vampires, 8pm, The Jazz Basement, Wodonga

Jay Hoad, 8.30pm, The Long Room, Albion Hotel, Albury

Heartbeat, 9pm, Commercial Club, Albury

Rai Thistlethwayte — Thirsty Merc lead singer, plus The Cranky Spanners, 9pm, SS&A Club, Albury

Urban Uprise, 9pm, Boomerang Hotel, Lavington

Live DJ, 9pm, O’Maille’s Pub & Hops Garden, Wodonga

Liam Dalby, DJ Zuckr, 9.30pm, beer garden, Paddy’s, Albury

Hip-Hop and RnB, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Famous Fridays: Party Music from the 1970s to the 2000s plus Today’s Top 40 Hits, 10pm, ZedBar, Albury

DJ Sedgie, 10pm, The Carriers, Wodonga

DJ, 9pm, Birallee Tavern, Wodonga

Albury’s Biggest Club Party: Resident DJs, One Nightclub, Albury

Oceans Soul, 8pm, Courthouse Hotel, Howlong

Dylan, Ooze, DJ Flegless, The Man, Falls Creek

Benny Williams, The General, Mount Hotham

Secret Tracks Pop Quiz Show, 7pm, Tanswells Commercial Hotel

Benalla Theatre Company: Nunsense — The Mega Musical, 8pm, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

Overtime, 8pm, Corowa RSL Club

Freeway, ClubMulwala

Heartbeat, Mulwala Waterski Club

Regular Boys, 7pm, Barooga Sports Club

The Hoffmans, 8pm, Main Lounge, Deniliquin RSL

Oz Opera: Don Giovanni, 7.30pm, Wagga Civic Theatre


HotHouse Theatre Studio Ensemble: All in the Timing, 3pm and 7.30pm, The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga

Ken Hill, 5pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav, 5pm to 10pm, Q Manhattans, Albury

Brooke Dainer, 6pm, Sevens Bistro, Commercial Club, Albury

Live music, 8pm, The Carriers, Wodonga

The Old Fella — Rod Gregory, comedian and retired farmer, 8pm, SS&A Club, Albury

Brock Shirley, 8.30pm, Soden’s Hotel, Albury

Heartbeat, 9pm, Commercial Club, Albury

Aussie Gold, 9pm, SS&A Albury

Danny Phegan and Brett “Shy Boy” Shannon, 9pm, front bar, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

Saturday Night Fever: Party Music from the 1970s to the 2000s plus Today’s Top 40 Hits, 10pm, ZedBar, Albury

Nathan Lambourne, DJ Candy B, 9.30pm, Beer Garden, Paddy’s, Albury

Winter Blast: Vogue Williams, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Albury’s Biggest Club Party, One Nightclub, Albury

Christmas in July Dinner with entertainment, All Seasons Lake Hume Resort, Lake Hume

Relax at Max: Ooz, 4pm to 7pm, Max’s Restaurant, Falls Creek

Live entertainment, The Last Hoot Cafe, Bar & Pizzaria, Falls Creek

The Faders, DJ Flegless, Main Stage, The Man, Falls Creek

Apres Acoustic Session: Marcus Toop and Benny Williams, Swindlers Bar & Restaurant, Mount Hotham

El Moth, DJ Knows Alpine Tour featuring RJMC, The General, Mount Hotham

Wangaratta Choristers: Winter Banquet, noon, Rinaldo’s Casa Cucina, Wangaratta

First Open Mic, 7pm, Railway Hotel, Wangaratta

Benalla Theatre Company: Nunsense— The Mega Musical, 8pm, Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre

Poems of Tones — Music for the Bedroom: Stephen O’Connell, saxophone, Paul Gibbs, keyboard, 8pm, Rutherglen Memorial Hall

DJ Supple K, ClubMulwala

Friends in Common: Christmas in July, 6.30pm, ClubMulwala

Regular Boys, Mulwala Waterski Club

The Bon Jovi & Pink Show, Barooga Sports Club

Lauren Davis, violin, Hamish Tait, piano, 3pm, Riverina Conservatorium of Music, Wagga

Oz Opera: Don Giovanni, 7.30pm, Wagga Civic Theatre


Sunday Session: Sonic Loader, 1.30pm, Rooftop Bier Garden, Albury

Hidden Agenda, 4pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Tony Lukav Trio, 2pm, Courthouse Hotel, Howlong

Brian Fraser, 3pm, Yackandandah Hotel

Unplug & Unwind: Live Acoustic Music, The Man, Falls Creek

Apres Sessions: Ricki Wood, 4.30pm, followed by a night of funk’n’soul with Soul Mummas, 4.30pm, The General, Mount Hotham

JD & The Cat, 1pm, Bright Brewery

Hard Cab, 11am, balcony, Beechworth Bakery

Ski Club’s Got Talent, Mulwala Water Ski Club


DJ Tricky Dick, The General, Mount Hotham


DJ Flegless, The Man, Falls Creek

Triva and the Genny House Trio, The General, Mount Hotham


Gaven Slater, 6pm, Zodiac Lounge, Commercial Club, Albury

Open Mic with Aron McLean, ex-lead singer of The Pigs, 6pm, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Thurgoona

Open Mic with Kelvyn and the crew, 8pm, Long Room, Albion Hotel, Albury

New Direction, 9.30pm, Paddy’s, Albury

Uni Night, 10pm, Groove Saint, Albury

Irish Jam Session, 8pm, Star Hotel, Yackandandah

Apres Acoustic Session: Marcus Toop and Benny Williams, Swindlers Bar & Restaurant, Mount Hotham

Darts and Disco with Uncle Richard, The General, Mount Hotham

The Australian Ballet — The Dancers Company: Don Quixote, 7.30pm, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

Trevor Doddridge, 6pm, Border Bistro, Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort, Mulwala

Send details of music, theatre and exhibitions to Time Out at play@bordermail.com.au or phone (02) 6024 0548. It’s free. Deadline: 4pm Wednesday.



27: Col Elliott, 7.30pm, Commercial Club, Albury

27: Tastes of Tamworth: Carter & Carter and more, SS&A Albury


2: Dallas Frasca, The General, Mount Hotham

3: The Delltones, 7.30pm, Commercial Club, Albury

7-11: HotHouse Theatre: Moth, The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga

10: The Choirboys, SS&A Albury

11: The Choirboys, Mulwala Waterski Club

13: Lucie Thorne, Yackandandah Courthouse

15: Bluejuice: The Winter of Our Discotheque Tour, The G, Charles Sturt University, Thurgoona

16: Dr Piffle and the Burlap Band, Kinross Woolshed Hotel, Tghurgoona16: Tom Burlinson: Now We’re Swingin’, 8pm, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

17: Jamie Oehlers Quartet, 8pm, Jazz Basement, Wodonga

21-23: Tap Dogs, Albury Entertainment Centre

26: Hilltop Hoods: Speaking in Tongues Tour, Paddy’s Albury

28: Denise Drysdale, 10.30am, Commercial Club, Albury

28-29: HotHouse Theatre: The Flood, The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga



HOW YESTERDAY REMEMBERS TOMORROW: HELEN LEMPRIERE TOURING EXHIBITION: This exhibition focuses on the current practices of six NSW-based artists and highlights the conceptual development of their work since winning the Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship.

Until July 29

SPECTRUM: An exploration of works that highlight colour theory through the dominance of primary and secondary colours. This exhibition is drawn from the Albury Council Collection and examines the role that colour plays in our world and how it is created.

Until August 5


See two of the region’s local artists like you’ve never seen them before. Letizia Gavioli and Michael Laubli consider and explore mechanical elements and present an exhibition that combines their differing practices of 2D and 3D works, taking everyday objects from old machines and rearranging and shifting their purpose. Join the artists 11am to noon on Saturday, July 28 as they speak about their art practice and the exhibition.

Until September 2

TAMWORTH TEXTILE TRIENNIAL: SENSORIAL LOOP TOUR 2012-13: Demonstrating a legacy of sustaining a cultural heritage associated with textile practice for more than 30 years, the first Tamworth Textile Triennial features 22 creative textile artists representing a diversity of specific textile skills. August 3 to September 16

IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL: Through the use of packaging and mundane items, Border artist Vicky Luke investigates the elements of nature, earth, water, fire and air, to encourage the viewer to think differently about the precious and fragile essence of our world.

August 10 to September 9


OUR WATER: If you were in control of Australia's water, how would you use it? Learn about all things water in this hands-on exhibition that delves into the different ways of using and preserving this precious resource. Our Water engages and inspires visitors to expand their understanding and delve into Australia's unique water situation. It challenges visitors to investigate water from an urban, agricultural, industrial and environmental perspective.

Until August 5

WIRADJURI TALKBACK: A celebration of the perspectives and traditional knowledge of the Albury Wodonga region's Aboriginal people. It showcases a powerful and thought-provoking blend of traditional and contemporary elements illustrating the rich cultural traditions of Wiradjuri country. Alongside traditional Riverina bark paintings and tools are sketches by 19thcentury Aboriginal artist Tommy McRae, a local identity famed for his depictions of traditional Aboriginal life.

Until July 1, 2014

CROSSING PLACE— A STORY OF ALBURY: Weaving together the story of Albury from its first contact with the Wiradjuri people, traditional owners of the land, to the city we know today, this world-class exhibition, told through an engaging collection of objects, oral stories and film, is on permanent display in the main galleries of the Albury Library Museum.

Permanent exhibition


THOROUGHFARE — INSIDE ALBURY’S TRANSPORT HUB: A look at Albury's transportation industry as it moved from horse-drawn carriages to the motor car. It draws on the site history of Albury's 526-540 Kiewa Street, now home to the Albury Library Museum. Discover the stories behind some of the businesses that operated along Albury's major transport thoroughfare. The site has been home to myriad owners and its uses are a reflection of the time, advances in technology and the people who worked there. The exhibition is filled with significant objects and stories relating to Crawford and Co stables, West's Motors garage, Azor Robbins and Alex Porter mechanics, Blacklocks motor cycle and car repairs and the Murray Valley Coaches depot.

July 27 to March 1, 2013


3/FIFTEEN PROJECTION: A multimedia art installation produced by young people in Wodonga. These unique works have been inspired by the theme ‘My World’.

Until July 28

MARKING TIME: In approaching landscape as a subject, Jo Davenport considers time as both a fleeting moment and asan expansive infinitum.

Until August 31

LAND MATTERS: Photographers Richard Janson and David Taylor have created powerful images inspired by their lifelong passions, food and farming.

August 3 to 5


RESIN 8: This exhibition is the result of Keith Nickels experimentation over the past nine months with various types of resin, inks, pigments and chemicals on a range of surfaces. The artist controls the process but is a bystander as the image evolves.

Until July 29


TRANSFORMED — PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL TEMPLE: Transformed is a study of the ordinary, the everyday objects that surround us. “Black and white photography has the ability to transform the mundane, the everyday, into something special. We see in colour, we imagine in black and white,” Wodonga photographer Paul Temple says. 10am to 4pm daily.

August 1 to 14


HUTS OF THE HIGH PLAINS: This Kiewa Valley Historical Society exhibition features cattle farmers from the Upper Kiewa Valley who first built and used huts on the Bogong High Plains from the 1880s. Many of these families have donated or lent items from their personal collections which show how these families lived in the huts during muster time. The exhibition includes a Memories of Bogong Hotel interactive display.

Until December 31


BEECHWORTH FABRIC AND FIBRE AWARD 2012: This diverse exhibition features entries in this year’s award, which recognises the use of fabric and/or fibre in the creation of works in the categories of clothing, sculpture and pictures.

Until July 29


NED’S NEEDLES: It’s all about the yarn this winter. Combining sensible winter warmth and with a celebration of Beechworth’s hirsute history, Ned’s Needles is a new competition for those who love to knit. See 30 of the contest’s finest knitted beards in this fun exhibition.

Until August 17


BILL HENSON: EARLY WORK FROM THE MGA COLLECTION: Monash Gallery of Art (MGA) holds one of Australia’s largest collections of Bill Henson photographs. Concentrating on work made between 1977 and 1992, the collection offers a significant survey of Henson’s early career. The 29 works in the exhibition are drawn from this collection. A floor talk with the artist will be held at 5.30pm on Wednesday, August 8. Bookings are essential. Phone (03) 5722 0761.

July 28 to August 26


SPIRIT IN THE LAND: A McClelland+Sculpture Park & NETS Victoria touring exhibition. The landscape has been an enduring subject in the history of Australia art and vital to the on-going formation of images of a national identity. Within this tradition Spirit in the Land explores the connection between 11 Australian artists, historical and contemporary, indigenous and non-indigenous, and their special appreciation of, and engagement to, the spiritual ethos and power of the land.

Until July 29

RAD VCE 2011 (REGIONAL ART AND DESIGN): A regional final year VCE artwork exhibition from a selection of 2011 VCE art, studio art and design graduates. This exhibition gives a voice to regional young people during to their final year at school and celebrates their artistic talents.

August 4 to 26

CHRISTINE ANU: Her show, Rewind - The Aretha Franklin Songbook, is at the Albury Entertainment Centre, 8pm Friday, July 20.

CHRISTINE ANU: Her show, Rewind - The Aretha Franklin Songbook, is at the Albury Entertainment Centre, 8pm Friday, July 20.