Collins Creek Hall, NSW, Githabul Country
Collins Creek Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Githabul People.
The Collins Creek Hall was built in 1923 and has been in continual use, under volunteer management since that time. It has undergone many improvements and some additions over the years thanks to its many active volunteers. The Hall is surrounded by farmland in a tranquil setting with the adjoining Collins Creek a cool reminder of being in the beautiful World Hertitage Border Ranges in the NSW Northern Rivers. The Hall provides a well-loved venue for neighbourly gatherings with many long-term and newer Collins Creek residents enjoying the facilities and company.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Collins Creek on Sunday, 12 June 2022 with Ash Bell and Sara Tindley and Melanie Horsnell.
Opening the show will be local act ZAM aka Bryan Valentijn Hall!
ZAM aka (Bryan Valentijn Hall) is a 20 years old musician singer-songwriter based in Lismore, Australia. Guitarist, Flutist and one man band that uses a loop station. Main genre is alternative indie-pop with different musical styles like jazz, surf rock, and dreamy acoustic pop vibes. It’s his passion to be a musician since he was 6 years old and to everyone believes him can inspired them that anyone can be an artist or what they love the most.
He’s been performing for 5 years in different events and occasions around the Northern Rivers Region and around Australia. NRC Conservatorium of Lismore Youth orchestra and Jazz as a flutist, Lismore Youth Festival 2021 (NORPA), and the ANBC (Australia National Busking Championships) on Stanthorpe Festival 2021. Bryan was part of the Top 10 contestants in the rolling stones scholarship 2022 at Southern Cross University Lismore.
Afternoon Tea will be available at the Hall including tea, coffee and cake. There will be no bar available at the show.
Tickets are priced at:
Full Admission – $20
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Doors Open 3.30pm
Show Starts 4.00pm
Collins Creek Hall has accessible entry (grassed disabled parking spaces that lead directly onto a verandah and into the Hall through an accessible doorway).
This show is supported by the Kyogle & District Arts Council.
Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under current Covid Safe regulations , and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.
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