Category Archives: Moonambel

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

EVENT DETAILS
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

ABOUT THE HALL
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.

Victoria, Moonambel, The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth

EVENT DATE:  Saturday 14 November & Sunday 15 November

A huge success when first presented at the Edinburgh Festival, this play is an hilarious comedy as things don’t go quite to plan when a bunch of misfit ladies, with the help?? of their director David and stage manager, Henry, attempt to present their own, – original in the extreme – production of Shakespeare’s tragegy Macbeth for the local Drama competition under the watchful, and carefully mascara’d, eye of the adjudicator Mr. George Peach. In the words of the Edinburgh Evening News’ critic “Move Burnham Wood to Dunsinane but catch this”

EVENT DETAILS:
Date:  Saturday 14 November & Sunday 15 November
Venue:  Moonambel Hall
Address:  14 Woods Street Moonambel
Time:  Saturday 8.00PM, Sunday 4.30PM
Entry:  $10 Adult $2 under 12 years

Bookings: Contact Steve, 0419 548 214 or on steve.lane@activ8.net.au

ABOUT THE HALL:

The history of the Moonambel Hall- formerly Mechanics Institute Reserve is documented in the book ‘If these Walls could talk.’
The Pyrenees Shire has been very good to the hall committee & we have just had a brand new kitchen built. The first hall was washed away in the floods of Nov./Dec. 1933 so this hall was opened in 1937.
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.

VICTORIA, Moonambel, Pantomime- ‘CINDERELLA’

EVENT DATES: 1 & 2 November

The Moonambel Community Theatre Company put on at least 2 shows every year & are a very talented bunch of perfomers, ably led by 2 ‘ostensibly retired’ opera singers. They have played to packed houses/halls for the past 10 years! These are their ‘retirement’ years not ‘working years that I’m referring to. Both spent many years working over in London & thus have brought their considerable expertise here to Moonambel. This show promises not to disappoint once again! The proceeds of their raffle will go towards our hall. Visitors come from near & far to see these wonderful performances. They are all very much ‘tongue in cheek’- very clever indeed

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Saturday 1 November and Sunday 2nd November 2014
Venue: Moonambel Public Hall
Address: Woods St., Moonambel 3478
Time: 1 November 8.00pm & 2nd Nov. 4.30pm 2014
Entry: $10.00 or $2.00 for children 12 yrs old & under

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ABOUT THE HALL

The history of the Moonambel Hall- formerly Mechanics Institute Reserve is documented in the book ‘If these Walls could talk’ by Pam Barawagnarth – unable to spell her surname- sorry, but she is well known.
The Pyrenees Shire has been very good to the hall committee & we have just had a brand new kitchen built. The first hall was washed away in the floods of Nov./Dec. 1933 so this hall was opened in 1937.
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. for more inforamtion about the hall contact Jill Hunter secretary/treasurer 54672211 /douglasdiva@activ8.net.au