Media Releases

Ghost Jam!

Ghost Jam! is a hilarious take on classic Japanese ghost stories, offering 60 minutes of interactive, unpredictable fun for kids and adults alike.

Avi Avital and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

Mandolin superstar Avi Avital, and the most mesmerising harpsichordist in the business Erin Helyard will perform alongside the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in the Burnie Town Hall, Saturday 28 April, 7.30 pm.

Plenty to BRAG About: two exhibitions at the Gallery

Two exciting exhibitions will open at BRAG on Friday 20 April at 6 pm. In the Main Gallery Burnie Regional Art Gallery: 40 Years, an exhibition of selected artworks from the City’s permanent collection, will celebrate the Gallery’s 40th birthday.

Learn to Dance like Fred Astaire

JTM Productions will be performing “A Fine Romance: The Magic of Fred Astaire” at the Burnie Arts & Function Centre Theatre on Saturday 12 May, 7.30 pm.

International Jazz Day

International Jazz Day is a day officially designated by UNESCO to highlight Jazz and its diplomatic role in uniting people around the globe.

Office Professionals’ Breakfast

We are delighted to announce that bookings are now open for the 2018 Office Professionals' Breakfast.

Have you noticed some curious birds around Burnie?

The Burnie City Council, the Burnie Youth Council and the Public Art Committee worked together to create a public art project depicting the little known Tasmanian emu and the enigmatic Tasmanian tiger.


Marine plaza will be quarantined due to a widening zombie outbreak Saturday 14 April starting at 6pm, coupled with an open air film night for young adults 15yrs and up in celebration of Youth Week Tasmania.

The Ten Sopranos – a concert once seen never forgotten!

Possibly the most powerful all female group in Australia, The Ten Sopranos provides a musical feast to whet the appetite of true music fans of all ages, on Saturday 14 April, 7.30 pm in the Arts Theatre.


Company 13’s Macdeth is a cracking updated kid-friendly classic, filled with physical comedy and the tastiest morsels of Shakespeare’s prose; to be performed in the Arts Theatre on Friday 20 April, 11.00 am.