INTO THE FOREST
NORPA @ Lismore City Hall, June 10 & 11
Directed by NORPA's Artistic Director Julian Louis and devised and performed by dancer Alice Misty Boscheinen with writer and performer Kate McDowell - who is also Alice's support worker off the stage - Into the Forest is a contemporary Australian twist on classic fairytales that explores themes of caring, independence, friendship and fantasy. norpa.org.au
SONGS AT THE SUMMIT
Summit Fitness, Goonellabah, June 11
Tickets to this fundraising dinner include tunes from award-winning local musicians Andrea Soler and The Lonesome Boatmen, and dinner from Pocket Curries. All proceeds go to Gospel Gloves - a free boxing gym for young disadvantaged people in Goonellabah. Tickets via eventbrite.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN LIVE CINEMA
The Regent Cinema Murwillumbah, June 12
Cinemart and The Regent Cinema present Charlie Chaplin Live Cinema, a selection of classic early short films from cinema legend Charlie Chaplin, accompanied by a live score performed by musicians Benjamin Walsh (The Bird, Orkestra of the Underground) and Shenzo Gregorio (Fourplay, Monsieur Camembert). The short films have been colorised using contemporary AI technology, transforming the grainy black and white images into rich, colour saturated films. Tickets from the-regent.com.au
FEAST IN THE FIELDS
The Farm Byron Bay, June 12, 11am-2pm
Enjoy a day out with local growers, learning more about regenerative farming, reducing your carbon footprint, diversification and why a thriving local food system is so important. The day includes the opportunity to harvest and create your own lunch in the plot of Hungry Earth Agroecology, a workshop on turning waste into fermented foods, and tips on how to create your own market garden. The event is being held as part of World Localisation Day and 100 percent of ticket sales go directly to supporting Local Futures. Tickets from thefarm.com.au
St Andrews Anglican Church Lismore, June 13, from 3pm
Choral singing, forbidden for so long under COVID, is back. And Vox Caldera, the premier chamber choir of the Northern Rivers, is among the first cabs off the rank. Vox Caldera will present a concert of sacred music from three very distinct eras of European music, with music from Josquin des Prez, Bach and Anton Bruckner.