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Films With Bite

pic viceroyBy popular demand, we're pleased to announce the return of "Films With Bite" on the last Sunday of the month commencing with Viceroy’s House, Sunday 25th June.  See our "Films" page for movie information and trailer.

It's pay-at-the-door of the theatre as usual if you just wish to watch the movie but, in partnership with The TeaRoom Gallery, we're also offering a package of Low Tea + movie ticket - concession $25, adult $29.

(Low Tea is from 2pm at the TeaRoom Gallery, movie starts 4.30pm at The Chapel Theatre)

Spaces are strictly limited for the Low Tea at the TeaRoom Gallery and bookings are essential. Here’s how to book: https://www.trybooking.com/QLVP

Please spread the word and if you have any suggestions for Films With Bite please let us know and we'll see what we can do.

Kent Eastwood & Sam Buckingham

Glen Innes Arts Council is pleased to present Kent Eastwood and Sam Buckingham in concert.

8pm Thursday 20th July

To quote Kent:  "I’m gonna be touring my brand new record called 'New Beginnings' this year with my awesome best friend, the fabulous Sam Buckingham,"

CAPA, 2017

** MUSIC ** ART ** DRAMA **

Wednesday 26 July, 2017 we will once again be sponsoring the annual Glen Innes High School Creative and Performing Arts showcase performance        (CAPA)

7pm start

Tickets $5 from Carelles

Byron Writers Festival

The Glen Innes Arts Council is proud to present…

Byron Writers Festival Roadtrip

Three writers will be visiting Glen Innes with a special presentation with plenty of audience engagement. The posse will be sharing their penmanship with local readers and writers in a series of workshops, discussions and conversations, thrashing out the rival merits of bush poetry vs. rap, rural romance vs. post-punk fiction. The evening events will be off-the-page entertaining, with something for book lovers of all ages.

Chapel Theatre Tuesday 1 August,  7:30pm

Tickets $5 from Carelles, or at the door.

see attached media release,


Directed by Rose and Graham Price will be presented between 31 August to 8 September.

Featuring the talents of local thespians.

Stay tuned for more info!

Dance Spectacular, 2017

We are to be treated once again to the performance skills of the region’s young dancers in this "Dance Spectacular".

October, 2017


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