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April 2014

Date: Every third Saturday of the month
Venue: Pacific Park, Newcastle East
Contact Details: 

Email: info@huntandgathermarkets.com.au Facebook: Facebook/huntandgathermarkets.com.au Instagram: @huntandgathermarkets

Hunt&Gather Markets is a fashion, art and design markets held on the third Saturday of every month - from 9am-2pm - at Pacific Park, Newcastle East. At Hunt&Gather, you will find a hand picked unique, eclectic mix of men's and women's clothing and accessories, jewellery, art, photography, homewares, flowers, pop up shops and quality preloved clothing. Whilst shopping our creative stalls, enjoy the live local music, pull up a rug on the grassy hill, enjoy a pot of Devonshire tea or grab some fresh food and coffee. For more information please follow us on facebook/huntandgathermarkets.com.au and?Instagram or email us at info@huntandgathermarkets.com.au

Date: 27th April, 2014
Venue: The Dungeon (underneath Adamstown Uniting Church)
Contact Details: 

www.adamstownuca.com.au/cafe-church

EXPRESSO: Faith, Art and Music community meets on the 4th Sunday of each month at 6pm. We are creating deeper faith and community through the sharing of music, stories and creativity. Find us in "The Dungeon" (located underneath Adamstown Uniting Church, corner Glebe and Brunker Roads). FREE ENTRY!

Date: 23 April - 3 May
Venue: Level 2, The Store
Contact Details: 

Paper Cut papercutcollective@gmail.com www.papercutpresents.com facebook.com/papercutcollective

Inspired by the text found on discarded grocery receipts, Spent is a playful and incisive examination of contemporary consumer culture. Combining documentary and physical theatre techniques, Spent drags the shared experience of grocery shopping from under the fluoros into an entirely different light. It is an elevation of the mundane, an exploration of the relationship between choice and identity, and a possible answer to the question of what we as shoppers could find if we only looked a little bit closer. Spent is devised and performed by Paper Cut, a collective of Newcastle's emerging professional theatre-makers, and features an original soundtrack by Huw Jones (Fox Control), and animation by local animator and street artist Alex Ball. Catch Spent at one of Newcastle's most historic centres of consumer activity - the Newcastle and Suburban Co-operative Society building "The Store" in Hunter Street. WHEN Wednesday 23rd April 8pm (PREVIEW) Thursday 24th April 8pm Friday 25th April 8pm Saturday 26th April  8pm Thursday 1st May 8pm Friday 2nd May 8pm Saturday 3rd May 2pm, 8pm WHERE Level 2, "The Store", 854 Hunter Street, Newcastle West PRICE All tickets $25 Preview $20 BOOKINGS Through stickytickets https://www.stickytickets.com.au/16133 For a limited time only!

Date: 24 April
Venue: The Commons, Level 1,150 Beaumont Street, Hamilton
Contact Details: 

https://www.facebook.com/events/239274022944195/

This month, The Wilderness Society Newcastle and Newcastle Amnesty are teaming up to present a special Wild Flicks screening of Australian documentary 'Utopia'. This stark and increasingly important look into one of the most unique parts of our nation, which is home to the oldest human presence on Earth, takes place in northern Australia, across the land that has come to be known as Utopia. Shocking, captivating and moving, this film follows the director, John Pilger, on a journey from privileged Australia to South African-like apartheid; displaying the seemingly endless battles between the concepts of conformity and disobedience, and the human resistance institutional power inspires. ?Utopia? sheds light on a poverty occurring against the backdrop of the greatest mining boom in our nation?s history, and in direct contrast to the vast amount of wealth these mineral resources garner. This film is a much needed assessment of the ?Lucky Country? we think we know, and the one in existence. For this special collaboration we are heading back to The Commons in Hamilton. Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ht8_5UlcgSQ Hope to see you there! When: Thursday 24th April Time: 7:00 pm Where: The Commons Cafe, Level 1 150 Beaumont Street, Hamilton Entry: Free!

 
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