Sunday, April 18
Relax with family and friends at the Nundle Country Picnic in the grounds of the Nundle Woollen Mill. Purchase a picnic lunch, listen to live music, preview new season winter fashion, browse the village's antiques, craft, and housewares stores . Free kid's activities area. Ticket price Adult $42.50, Child 12 and under $12.50.
Tim Freedman - Man about a dog tour
Capitol Theatre April 29
Tim Freedman is on his first regional solo tour with a bunch of classics and a new single. The Whitlams' catalogue is full of iconic urban tales, but their new song takes the boy out of the city and places him firmly in the country - driving through the hills To See A Man About a Dog, just as the drought breaks.
Nundle Dog Race
Sunday, May 2
The Great Nundle Dog Race at Nundle Recreation Ground attracts more than 1,000 people and dogs for a day of novelty dog races, high jump, doggy derby, and best dressed dog. The day culminates with the Great Nundle Dog Race for working dogs from across the region. The event is an annual fundraiser for the Nundle Public School P&C and students of the school. Gates open 10am. First race at 10.30am. Entry is $2pp (kids five and under are free, pooches get a free pass too).
Bluey's Big Play The Stage Show
One for the kids, everyone's favourite Bluey.
There are five performance times on Wednesday April 21 from 4pm and 6pm, plus Thursday April 22 at 10am, 12noon, and 2pm.
Capitol Theatre on Saturday April 24 at 8pm.
Matchbook 30th Anniversary Tour - Solo and Acoustic.
The Shootin' Sadie tour
Currububula Hall on April 23 and Kelvin Hall on April 24. Tickets are only $15 each.
Be transported to the Wild West at a night of homegrown theatre with Natasha Soonchild's one-woman show, Shootin' Sadie.
Written and developed in Nundle, the show is directed by Gwenda Blackwell and will be brought to audiences across the region by Arts North West.
For more information visit the Arts North West website.
Capitol Theatre May 14
The AAA Australian Tour will be performed in the Tamworth Town Hall on Friday May 14, at 7.30pm. Australia's homegrown heroes and Hall of Fame inductees Human Nature are returning to their roots, bringing together 30 years of performances for a never before seen intimate concert tour of the Aussie heartland. Book online at entertainmentvenues.com.au at the box office, or by calling 67675200.
Tuesday May 18 at 7.30pm the Capitol Theatre.
In Bizet's famous opera, she sings her sensual Habanera and lures Don José into her world. He gives up everything to follow her. But Carmen's wandering eye has already found a new lover: the dashing bullfighter Escamillo. Don José's jealousy is fierce. Escamillo's passion is strong. In a gripping finale, Carmen must face her fate. The show will be sung in French with English subtitles and performed with a live chamber orchestra - one you want to be in the audience to experience! For tickets book online at entertainmentvenues.com.au, in the ticket box at the Capitol Theatre or over the phone 67675200.