What's the buzz? Tell me what's a-happening! New company Revolution Theatre Productions is performing the classic rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, for three shows this weekend. Director Christine A Duff, musical director Paul Brosche and choreographer Cazz Kardol have put together an inspiring new take on the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice classic. The show features 50 in the cast, aged from six to 60-plus, with 20 working backstage and in the wings. It is set to music ranging from metal mash-up to folk, ballad to rap; there will be a live orchestra.
Fast 59, The Commercial Club Albury, Saturday, September 14, 8.30pm
Everybody dance now! Melbourne three-piece rock 'n' roll band, Fast 59, knows how to fill the dance floor in a jiffy. Fast 59 plays music from the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s, covering classic artists like ZZ Top, Chuck Berry, Elvis, Daddy Cool, Brian Ferry, The Angels, Bill Haley among many. Get the gang back together and step it up on Saturday night!
Made by Me Market, Junction Place, Wodonga, Sunday, September 15, 9am to 1pm
Start your Sunday off right by heading to one of the premier markets on the Border. Made by Me Market brings scores of artisans to Junction Place in Wodonga. They offer a varied range of wares; think upcycled crafts, toys, jewellery and candles. You can even get ahead of the game and make some headway on your Christmas shopping. There is face-painting for the kids and coffee for their grown-ups.
Thurgoona has simply been a class above its rivals since 2016, contesting its fourth straight grand final after back-to-back flags in 2016-17. Can Barnawartha thwart the Bulldogs' recent dominance?
Lavington Rural Fire Brigade Open Day, 629 Krautz Street, Lavington, Sunday, September 15, 10am to noon
Like to check out a working fire station? Come along to Lavington Rural Fire Brigade. Kids can inspect the fire trucks while mum and dad talk to firefighters about their fire plan. There's a juniors program for kids aged 12 to 15. Find out more on the day.
Veggie Patch Planning, The Sustainable Activity Centre, Gateway Village, Saturday, September 14, 3pm to 4.30pm
Would you like to have your own veggie patch? Don't know where to start? Haven't got much time? The Sustainable Activity Centre and Beingreen Permaculture can answer all of your curly questions in this workshop. Tickets via Eventbrite.