From Darwin to Harden, Queanbeyan to Far North Queensland, we have writers and thinkers joining us from all corners of the country. Together we will ponder why land matters; whether human brains can handle the truth (in an age of Fake News); the benefits of beautiful friendships; what it means to belong; why our politicians like to lie; and whether creative self-expression can lead to luminosity. We will consider death and mortality; representation in the creative arts; and why we love Aussie crime noir. We will hear fiery debate, brave histories and life-affirming stories.
GEORGE WASHINGMACHINE with Jim Pennell guitar, Brendan Clarke double bass, & Andrew Dickeson on drums
Pearl Beach Memorial Hall
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$45 ticket cost
Drinks available for a donation
Swinging jazz is the name of the game. The band have selected a terrific range of tunes penned by some of the world’s greatest composers, the arrangements are freewheeling and give each member a chance to show off their considerable skills.
Concert proceeds to Memorial Hall upkeep and Environmental initiatives
‘Sponsorship Opportunities are launched for Jazz in the Arboretum, jointly presented by the Pearl Beach Arboretum and the Pearl Beach Progress Association featuring Australia’s first lady of Jazz, Emma Pask and virtuoso violinist Ian Cooper, and a jazz ensemble. Together they will pay homage to the music made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Carmen McRae as well as Stephane Grappelli & Django Reinhardt’.