South Coast What's On | Southern Sights and Sounds

Rainbow Wave Festival

Pambula, April 13

A mardi gras-style event will be held at Oaklands in Pambula on Saturday, April 13. Supported by Headspace Bega, the Rainbow Wave Festival will kick off with celebrations for all ages from 3pm, a Mardi Gras parade at 7pm and a party into the evening for ages 18+.

The Rainbow Wave Festival is coming to the South Coast.

The Rainbow Wave Festival is coming to the South Coast.

Wollongong's Ruby Tuesdays perform this weekend.

Wollongong's Ruby Tuesdays perform this weekend.

Easter Egg Hunt

Burrill Lake, April 14

The Milton-Ulladulla United Hospital Auxiliary invite you to join them for the 2019 Easter Egg Hunt at the Lions Park in Burrill on April 14. Tickets are on sale from 8.30am with the first Egg Hunt at 9am. The entrance fee per child, under 12, is $6. Each child can take a guess at how many eggs are in the bottle, grab a sausage sandwich and a cup of drink and an Easter activity bag with a chocolate from the Easter Bunny. 

Have an eggs-citing weekend at Burrill.

Have an eggs-citing weekend at Burrill.

Spiral Gallery Easter Exhibition

Bega, until May 1

South Coast artists celebrate the Easter break with a cash and carry exhibition featuring all manner of land and sea in painting, sculpture, prints, ceramics, jewellery, handcrafted wood, baskets and glassware, and more. There will be something for everyone to enjoy, and take home if desired.

SOAPI presents Body Politic

Cobargo School of Arts Hall, shows until April 15

Written for the 2019 election season, this production has everything - satire, humour, action and sadness. It comes with warnings; there are confronting themes, mild nudity, strong language and smoke. Parental guidance recommended for teenagers under 16, not suitable for children.

Arty chat

Shoalhaven Gallery, April 10

Hear artworld personality Rex Irwin chat to Richard Morecroft over wine and cheese. Rex owned his eponymous gallery in Woollahra for over forty years, bringing the work of artists like David Hockney, Henry Moore and Pablo Picasso to Australia.

Ruby Tuesdays tour

Murrah Hall, April 14

Wollongong five-piece Ruby Tuesdays mix their own unique brand of rock, funk, blues and soul into a musical burrito. With a unique hard-hitting sound and explosive live show, the band mixes big riffs and big vocals into the biggest party you are never going to forget. As part of their Why You Always Gotta Fight Me Tour they will perform at the Murrah Hall on 2989 Tathra-Bermagui Rd, Murrah on Sunday.

Variety Concert

Moruya Golf Club, April 14

Eurobodalla Live Music is holding an afternoon Variety Concert from 12.30pm to 3.3opm. It features music by Fretz and Reedz a four piece band playing timeless rock, classics and jazz.

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