Getting Out: What’s on this weekend
- Capricorn Film Festival. Maybe Tomorrow CQ premiere
Winner of the Best Independent Film at the Gold Coast Film Festival.
Where: Yeppoon Town Hall
Followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker
- Kissing the Flint Live
Following their stellar debut performances at Women in Music and Creek Sessions, Discovery Coast duo Kissing The Flint return to 45 on East.
Where: 45 East St, Rockhampton
• Happy Sad Man – CQ premiere.
Where: Yeppoon Amphitheatre on the beach.
Aninnovative piece of original theatre. Written by Capricorn Coast playwright Jessica Lamb and directed by Rockhampton theatre veteran Travis Hock, Rockpocalypse is about an unlikely team of heroes from the present day who are drawn into a dystopian future Rockhampton in the midst of exodus – but where has everyone gone, and why? Will the rumbling secret deep within Rocky’s heart be revealed – or will the last one out turn the lights off?
Where: Walter Reid Cultural Centre, East St, Rockhampton
When: Friday 7pm. Saturday 7pm Sunday 1pm
Cost: $25. $20 pensioners. $15 students and children.
Book online at artscqinc.org.au/rockpocalypse.
- Ridgelands Hall Association Christmas Party
Ridgelands Hall Association Incorporated is seeking sponsorship for their annual Christmas Party. Locals can catch up, relax, enjoy the festive spirit and assist in keeping the hall as a valued asset to the community.
There will be a bar, barbecue and dessert, and an auction to raise money for the upkeep of the hall.
Santa will be there and there will be karaoke for everyone to enjoy.
Sponsorship goes towards the general upkeep and upgrading of this beautiful old building and grounds.
Where: Ridgelands Hall, Dalma Ridgelands Rd
- Silver Screen in Symphony
The Rockhampton Symphony Orchestra, in conjunction with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, presents Silver Screen in Symphony.
Experience musical highlights from the world’s most beloved and spectacular movie blockbusters including S tar Wars, The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Superman, Batman, Jurassic Park and more. The combined orchestra is led by fantastic guest conductor, Richard Davis.
Where: Pilbeam Theatre
- Rockhampton Heritage Village Christmas Markets
Christmas Markets with arts, crafts and produce stalls, trash and treasure,
heritage displays, rides in vintage vehicles, children’s activities and refreshments on sale.
Book a stall by calling 0438 284 635.
There is plenty of off-street parking in the paddock next to the Heritage Village. Patrons are asked not to park in the Parkhurst Town Centre car park.
Where: Rockhampton Heritage Village. 296 Boundary Rd, Parkhurst
Cost: Entry is $2 per person with under 14 year olds free. Rides on vintage vehicles cost $3. Closed in shoes are required for the rides.
No dogs allowed.
- Ride the Purrey Steam Tram
Look through the carriages and steam and diesel engines, change the train signals, see the Morse Code Table and lots more. Morning tea will also be provided in the Refreshment Room.
Where: The Archer Park Rail Museum. Denison St, Rockhampton