Raining at Lulubels

EVENT DATE: Friday 24 and Sunday 26 November 2017

An original Musical comedy play about the townsfolk of a small strangely familiar town in the Gold mining town region of Victoria and the Chaos caused when the town’s Hall is washed away in the great flood of 1933. This is a sequel to the 2009 production “Foule’s Gold” with ‘Tall Tony, now 90 and his descendants. Lot’s of laughs with both original and very old Songs. Written by Steve Lane and Gwyn van den Bergen

Date: Friday 24 and Sunday 26 November 2017
Venue: Moonambel Hall
Address: 14 Woods Street, Moonambel
Time: Friday 8.00pm, Sunday 4.00pm
Entry: Adults $10, Under 16 $2

The history of the Moonambel Hall (formerly Mechanics Institute Reserve) is documented in the book ‘If these Walls could talk.’ The first hall was washed away in the floods of Nov./Dec. 1933. The current hall was opened in 1937. The Pyrenees Shire has always been very good to the hall committee & in 2015 a brand new kitchen was built. The hall has played host to all the usual community activities, such as school concerts; church luncheons/teas; cabarets; wedding breakfasts ; trivia nights; exhibitions; life’ drawing classes; markets etc.

Visit the Moonambel Hall page.