October is Mental Health Month and this years’ theme is TUNE IN; to yourself, your community and the effect of mental health and stigma.The mental health and Bushfire recovery teams are conscious of the impact of the impact of drought and bushfire and then the isolation of COVID 19 on our communities.We wanted to hold a fun and accessible event for mental health month and have chosen to screen the movie Inside Out as it has positive mental health messages for all age groups.Tumut Community Mental Health and the MLHD Bushfire Recovery Clinicians are planning to hold five drive-in movie events where participants can experience a normal family outing in a COVID-Safe way and are enabled to tune in to the resources and services in their community that can support them, their friends and families to stay well during this difficult time and build long term resilience. Participants will arrive by car and be given a ‘show bag’ of resources. We will use parking marshals to ensure appropriate distancing between cars and COVID marshals to manage use of facilities during the event. Look forward to seeing you there!

A Taste of Ireland – 5 April 2021

‘A Taste of Ireland―The Irish Music & Dance Sensation’ will have you laugh, cry and jig into the night with a show that has entertained thousands. Starring dancers from the West End’s Lord of the Dance, Riverdance & Gaelforce Dance, ‘A Taste of Ireland’ brings all new sets, costumes, tunes and effects hot off its premiere New York City run.

With revamped classics like ‘Danny Boy’ and ‘Tell Me Ma’, the show’s live, energetic blend of jaw-dropping acapella tap battles, world-class dancing, melodic folk music mash-ups and craic galore transports you through the story of Ireland’s tumultuous history.

Set to tour the USA, Canada and the UK, don’t miss your chance to see ‘A Taste of Ireland’ in It’s truly ‘Celtic―for this decade’.

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”The Montreal Theatre Committee has decided, in line with the Australian Government’s advice regarding non-essential services and public gathering mandates, that we would temporarily close the Montreal Theatre as of 20th March 2020 for an indefinite period. We came reluctantly to this conclusion, for the safety of our volunteers and all patrons,

This was a very difficult decision for us to make, particularly as it is our 25th Anniversary on the reopening of the Montreal on 19th April, but we believe it is the right one to take under the circumstances.

We fully intend to reopen as soon as circumstances allow.”