Seven things to do in Tasmania this weekend, April 30 – May 2, 2021 | Examiner


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St Patricks will take center stage as their production of High School Musical takes place at the Princess Theater. They were the first school in northern Tasmania to show their talents on the theater stage since it reopened. The Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival will be shown on the big screen at Village Cinemas in Launceston until May 2. Visit the festival website for more information. There will also be an online festival if you cannot attend physical screenings. RELATED: Looking at Family Life through the Lens of a Movie, Kyle Taylor recently released his new single Angels, and Tasmanians can experience it on The Forever Tour – an Acoustic Folk Show. For anyone who enjoys Cat Stevens and Bob Dylan, or soft, acoustic music, the show will be perfect according to Taylor. He will perform at the Royal Oak. Tickets can be purchased at kyletaylor.info. The harmonious sounds of the Hobart Chamber Orchestra will wrap around Launceston this weekend. Led by Peter Tanfield, the orchestra will offer a varied hour-long program for violin and strings at St John’s Anglican Church. The festival will host a livestream featuring Richard Flanagan on Saturday, as he joins ABC’s Laura Tingle at the Sydney Writers Festival. Flanagan’s latest book, Toxic, quickly became required reading, and for readers keen to hear the two “powerful thinkers” in conversation, the session will air at the Start Theater. The My Kids Marketplace, a paradise for high-quality used clothing and accessories for children and babies, returns for all parents and future parents to the Punchbowl Christian Center. The market is a favorite place for parents who want to tidy up their baby’s or child’s bedroom or wardrobe. Stories will be told and success will be remembered as Bracknell celebrates Retired Redlegs Day. Tales of the club’s golden age, where they won nine Esk Football Association prime ministerial positions from 1956 to 1965, will come quickly. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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