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July 21, Butter Factory Theatre Gateway Village, 3pm and 8pm, $49
If you want to see some compelling, raw and powerful live theatre which examines the intersections of class and misogyny, get a ticket for one of two closing day performances of Shit. It is provocative and tragic, heart-breaking and bitterly funny. The story is raw but brilliantly enthralling but be prepared, the language is vulgar and confronting.
July 21-22, Chiltern and district, free
Chiltern is the place to be this weekend if you enjoy music. There are six venues for six genres of music and musicians of any standard are welcome – music students, gigging musicians, amateurs of all persuasions, professionals having a night off (and professionals having an off night). This weekend is a great opportunity to blow your heart out on your favourite tune or kick back and listen in.
July 21, Wangaratta Gateway Hotel, 7.30pm, $40
Pianist and composer Kade Brown will feature at tonight’s 2018 Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues launch. The Kade Brown Quintet will play a range of popular Australian jazz standards by Bernie McGann, Allan Browne and others as well as Brown’s suite Frictions, supported by a great visual backdrop.
July 21, Beechworth and district, from 10am
Bridge Road Brewers today hosts a celebration of cycling, craft beer and Le Tour in Victoria's High Country. Tour de Beechworth is an annual grass roots cycling celebration bringing together a passion for cycling and good times in the depths of the High Country winter. Multiple ride options set off from 10 and from 6pm a French themed feast will showcase the best produce of the Victorian High Country.
Trauma and loss
July 19-September 16, MAMA, from 10am, free
A new exhibition by Wodonga artist Cornélia Selover, opened at MAMA this week. I Wish You Were There is a presentation of large scale paintings, mobile metal sculptures and woven textiles, inspired by Black Saturday. Selover shares the intricate maps of her inner world, a place forever changed by trauma and loss.
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