The annual Zillmere Festival promotes and shares the diverse and rich cultural background of the suburb and its surrounding areas.
The aim of Between the Tides is to raise awareness of the artistic potential and adaptability of recycled materials. This free community art event will be held on the Redcliffe Peninsula in July. The event was created with inclusivity in mind.
Learning to make delicious vegan and raw food is not as complicated as you might think. Raw and Peace is hosting two cooking classes in Margate in July, which will showcase a range of easy and delicious raw vegan recipes.Business owner, Ames Starr, said you didn't have to have any special dietary requirements to enjoy her cooking class - just a love of good food."Our classes are for everyone!
Enjoy a night of sophistication and wit when Redcliffe Musical Theatre presents an adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice this June.Madeleine Johns, president of Redcliffe Musical Theatre, said they chose to present this literary classic because of its popularity and universal appeal."This particular 1934 adaptation, by Helen Jerome, is as close to the original novel, in terms of language, as we could find.
Local artist and retailer, Tarsha Burke, will display her artwork in a solo exhibition, Colours of Moreton Bay, in Redcliffe during June.The exhibition will showcase the past 26 years of Tarsha's journey through art and life and will celebrate her love of the Moreton Bay area."My journey as an artist has been a mixture of functional art, traditional painting, and graphic design," Tarsha said."I have sold many artworks over the years in between real life and being an artisan - painting
Waitangi Day, the National Day of New Zealand, will be celebrated at Sandgate Post Office Hotel for the first time this February.Waitangi Day commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi which took place on 6 February 1840.
The Soweto Gospel Choir is bringing their acclaimed Freedom tour to Australia this year, with a concert at Redcliffe in August.The group is renowned around the world and has shared the stage with big names in music, including U2, Ben Harper, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Beyoncè and Celine Dion.
A battle will be fought in Sandgate this month, but there's no need to be alarmed - this battle takes place between bands.