Raconteur, troubadour, balladeer and poet, Mick Thomas is best known as the song master of pub-rock icons Weddings Parties Anything. His ever-evolving talents as a writer and performer define a career as intriguing as it is enduring.
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Wesley Church has in the past been a strong voice to the community. Come and hear about some of the pillars of the faith whilst enjoying the sound of the pipe organ that gives a voice to the hymns of the past. A black and white film without sound featuring 1950s Rural Tasmanians will also be shown.
Come and share a pint with some of Hobart's leading historical researchers, and listen to them tell tales about the hidden voices of history. Listen, discuss and challenge the ideas shared, with both the speakers and each other, all in the casual atmosphere of Hobart's Shambles Brewery.
TMAG will be displaying a special case of material relating to the Bicentenary of Woolmers in the TMAG permanent exhibition 'Our changing land: Creating Tasmania'.
Australia ICOMOS, in association with the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, is hosting a free public lecture, on the theme "Tasmania’s Historical Tourists, Their Legacy – Our Heritage, and Sustainable Management".
In recognition of the Bicentennial of Woolmers Estate, Longford.
We hope to spread the joy of community singing through 'Sacred Harp' (Shape Note singing). This is an acapella style of singing in 4 part harmony, the Sacred Harp Hymnal was first published in 1844.
Join us in song, community and friendship, no experience necessary.
Come and hear the unique sound!