Waverley Council celebrates Make Music Day with performances from choirs and ukulele groups to rock and brass bands! Come and join the local community as they share the joy that music brings to every day.
Saturday 22 June 2019
Bondi Pavilion Theatre
Presented by Troubadour Music
John Connors ‘Ireland’s Call’ is coming to Australia in June! Connors, the Irish award-winning Love/Hate actor, has made his debut as a playwright with this one-man show about three Dublin teenagers being enticed into a life of crime.
Referrred to as “A stark anthem to life on the margins" by the Irish Times, Ireland's Call follows the lives and family histories of three young men as they grow up in Coolock on Dublin’s northside and what shapes and entices them to a life of crime?. Examining issues of class, religion and identity, this new play is an unflinching exploration of the Irish psyche, bringing our collective guilts, secrets and flaws to the surface.
Includes Audience Q&A with John Connors after the show.
26-29 June 2019
Bondi Pavilion Theatre
Presented by Lambeth House Productions
Jasper Jones, is an award winning Australian play, based on the novel by Craig Silvey and adapted for the stage by Kate Mulvany.
Jasper Jones whirls around the lives, loves and losses in an Australian country town. Nestled alongside epic, natural, scapes... and the Corrigan cricket pitch, themes of courage and humanity, discovery, romance and darkness are all explored by a multi-talented young cast through physical tableaus, daring acrobatics, live music and dance.
Curated by Film Projects, Bondi Cinema Club presents once-a-month screenings in the Bondi Pavilion Theatre. This July holds a special double feature, so join in for a drink and a chat at the theatre bar with fellow film lovers while watching the best of art house and independent cinema.
Umbrellas of Cherboug, 1964 winner of Palme D’Or prize, starring Catherine Deneuve was actually the inspiration for La La Land, winner of eight Oscars in 2017. The film plays with the musical genre and follows a beautiful young Frenchwoman working in a small-town boutique umbrella shop who falls for a dashing mechanic. Their romance is interrupted by a draft to serve in the Algerian War with the consequences of their lives turning from romance to lives that finally take different directions.
Kusama: Infinity explores artist Yayoi Kusama’s journey from conservative upbringing in Japan to America during the 1960s, where she created art, created a reputation and rivalled Andy Warhol for press attention. The documentary follows Kusama, now in her 80s, from these times through to her current home in a mental institution in Japan and the fame she has achieved in her life within the art world.
For enquiries and bookings visit Bondi Cinema Club
Bondi Cinema Club is supported by Waverley Council.