Clarendon Road Race
The Road Race is held over 30km. Starting from Evandale the race heads south through Nile before turning back to the finish at historic Clarendon Homestead. The fastest riders take just over an hour to complete the course, with many riders opting for the more leisurely social ride from Evandale directly to Clarendon.
The Theatre Royal Presents the Farm's Production. Two blokes in an office: one older, one younger. A cross between The Office and a cage fight, Cockfight is a game of comical one-upmanship that builds to moments of emotive impact, where generational truths are exposed and unpacked. A flash of bared teeth, territorial pissing contests, the desperation of needing to prove yourself versus the need to hold on to what you’ve got. Cockfight explores the power play between men, the frailty of the ageing body and questions our culture’s desperate struggle for achievement. ‘Its physicality is masterful and its comedy biting.’ Dance Australia.
Cradle Mountain Film Festival
The Cradle Mountain Film Festival screens the best adventure films from Tasmania and across the globe on the fringe of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The weekend program includes the Tasmanian exclusive screening of Mountainfilm on Tour, the One Year in Tasmania Adventure Film competition showcasing the many moods and adventures to be had on our little island in one year, kids' film events, filmmaker's workshops and Q & A sessions, the Mountain Huts Film Trail: a self-guided walking program of screenings in the mountain huts around Cradle Mountain, and outdoor adventure activities including canyoning, wilderness yoga, cold water therapy and the Dove Lake Classic trail run. Join the local wildlife and people for some mountain culture and experience adventures in film at the stunning Cradle Mountain National Park. Get in early as venue spaces are limited, making for an intimate and exclusive experience. Seriously beautiful, boutique and adventurous!
CULT Comedy #14
Holy mother flippin yeah! C*U*L*T in July is coming July 26th! All new material only! This show will be big and damn funny, you gotta come see the coolest comedians this side of The River Derwent throwing down some brand new comedy jokes no one else has seen. Get to The Brisbane Hotel early for some food and drink, then doors for C*U*L*T open at 7:30pm. Featuring: Charley Rico J L Hyphen Foster Tim Logan Emesha Rudolf Kate Boden Sally Rose McShane Steve Mcnees Amanda Bergmann Andrew Greeley Mike Cain Hamish Levis Mick Davies Jane New Matty Paws Chloe Black Rob Braslin Hosted by Isabella Roldán Come*U*Laugh*Tonight.
Deloraine Heat- Australian Poetry Slam 2018
Are you the next Australian Poetry Slam Champion? Bring your poems to the Deloraine Heat of the Australian Poetry Slam 2018, a literary performance program where the audience is the judge! This Slam Heat will be held at “Cycles at the Empire Hotel”, arrive early to get a good seat and order dinner!
Devonport Food and Wine Festival
Devonport Food and Wine Festival is a month-long celebration of north west Tasmania's rich food and beverage philosophy with multiple events held during the month of October each year. The Festival encompasses a variety of delights from cooking classes, through to wine tastings and everything in between.
Devonport Jazz Festival
Tasmania's only winter Jazz Festival! Held on the last weekend in July, Devonport Jazz returns in 2018 with a program full to the brim of jazz. The festival features award-winning a Cappella sextet Skety, direct from the Czech Republic. Described as the future of a Capella groups, Skety are a fresh and contemporary spin on traditional jazz vocals. Other Highlights include quirky Melbourne duo Lily and King, Sydney Crooner Gregg Arthur with his smooth vocal style reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, and the ultimate 1930s party band The Furbelows. Devonport Jazz is pleased to welcome The Hobart Jazz Quartet to the festival, led by 2017 Australian Jazz Hall of Fame inductee Ted Vining and playing the music of John Lewis and the Modern Jazz Quartet. Devonport Jazz will also feature community events such as Street Eats and the Providore Place Sunday Market where food and artisan products will be the main course with a side of jazz performance. Why not make a weekend of it and explore the food,wine and scenery that the region is famed for. There is more than meets the eye in Devonport, and Devonport Jazz is a great excuse to visit. Visit their website for more information.
Dr Karl's Extreme Moments in Science: Real or Fake?
What is real? What is the real colour of the Universe? Do you really use only 10% of your brain? Why did Dr Karl fly to the Antarctic in an aeroplane with a 3m x 4m hole in the side? What generates more power – the Mighty Sun or your Compost Pile? How did the world’s first car trip in 1888 set us up for a revolution in air transport? And finally, the truth about Santa and astrology. Dr Karl's Extreme Moments In Science celebrates all sides of science -- from sublime moments of deep thought to the most arcane and bizarre research imaginable. The universe is a strange and wonderful place and, in this talk, Karl scales the highest peaks as well as turns over the pebbles to see what's underneath. Don't forget to bring your questions for the Q&A!! There will also be an opportunity to meet Dr Karl for book signing before the show. Doors will open from 3.30pm Tickets all General Admission $10 (cash only door sales $15 if not sold out) After the show, head over the road to TMAG, and join Dr Karl for a drink at BeakerStreet@TMAG.
Dr Karl's Extreme Moments In Science: Real Or Fake?
What is real? What is the real colour of the Universe? Do you really use only 10% of your brain? Do the Seven Deadly Sins Still Exist? Can you quickly tell if a list of numbers is faked? What generates more power on a weight and volume basis, the Mighty Sun or your Compost Pile? And finally, the Truth about Santa! Dr Karl's Extreme Moments In Science celebrates all sides of science; from sublime moments of deep thought to the most arcane and bizarre research imaginable. The universe is a strange and wonderful place and, in his talks, Karl has scaled the highest peaks as well as turned over the pebbles to see what's underneath. Don't forget to bring your questions for the Q&A! There will also be an opportunity to meet Dr Karl for book signing before and after the show.
The "Effervescence Tasmania" Sparkling Weekend serves as a celebration of the world class sparkling wines emanating from the island state of Tasmania. Described as one of the best sparkling wine festivals in the world, Effervescence Tasmania will celebrate some of the world’s finest sparkling wine in Launceston from 16-18 November 2018. The sparkling producers featured at Effervescence Tasmania are by invitation only, ensuring that the highest quality sparkling wine is presented to guests. In its fourth year now, Effervescence Tasmania in 2017 attracted over 1200 wine enthusiasts over five days and sold out dinners and master classes presented some of the best sparkling wine to have ever been produced in Tasmania.