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Events at Jimbour House

Every year Dalby Regional Arts Council is privileged to host a number of performances at heritage listed Jimbour. This year two events will take place inside the homestead with the rare opportunity to enter the home of the Russell family.  The history and ambience of the Drawing Room provides a unique and special setting for the intimate concerts.     

The gardens are open to the public for a small fee, with a recent addition being the interpretive ‘Living History Walk’. For more information on Jimbour go to www.jimbour.com.

 

Coming Events

July 25, 2014 Regional Arts Council Dalby - Confessions of a Control Freak

Confessions of a Control Freak - comedy cabaret. Dalby Civic Theatre 7pm

"Funny, quirky and oh-so-relatable" - Adelaide Now

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August 9, 2014 Regional Arts Council Dalby - Don't shoot me I'm still only the Piano Player

David Scheel in "Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Still Only the Piano Player" Dalby Civic Theatre 7pm

“The only show in town that can satisfy lovers of classical music and stand-up comedy alike…”
San Francisco Chronicle

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August 23   Anthony Peebles @ Jimbour
September 19   The Beggar Sings @ Dalby Bowls Club

 

Community Events

August 17, 2014 Dalby Choral Festival

Dalby Choral Festival, Jondaryan Woolshed

Singing workshop 9.30 - 11am All welcome
Choral Concert 12 nn - 3pm

 

Recent Events

June 1, 2014

Jazz @ the Bunyas, Bunya Mountains - Sunday 1 June 1.00 pm

The Cool Nights Big Band is a contemporary 16 piece ensemble based in Toowoomba.
Come relax with friends at the beautiful Bunya Mountains and treat your senses to a selection of jazz incorporating Pop, Rock, Latin and Swing that will have your toes tapping for hours.

 

March 11, 2014 Regional Arts Council Dalby - Calendar Girls

Calendar Girls by Tim Firth
Dalby Civic Theatre 7.30pm

Some ladies will do anything for a good cause!
Based on the true story of 11 Women's Institute ladies who posed nude for a calendar to raise money for the Leukaemia Research Fund, Calendar Girls became the fastest selling play in British Theatre history. >> View Flyer

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