Wet Paint Youth Theatre Ensemble and the Southern Fleurieu Youth Advisory Committee presents the Show Us Ya Shorts Youth Film Festival Extravaganza.
The event supported by Alexandrina Council and City of Victor Harbor promises to stimulate and excite minds and souls.
The theatre performance is created by the participants throughout the weekly workshops. A night filled with a live theatre performance by the Wet Paint Youth Theatre participants and short films from local young filmmakers, live music, comedy, and free popcorn and drinks.
The night also has door prizes and a fun quiz for all the family.
“This year the participants of Wet Paint Youth Theatre have written and created four short plays, all with the Element of Dark Tales and we also have the added bonus of submissions of Short Films created by the region’s young people during the School Holiday Workshops. It is going to be an exciting night for the whole family,” youth development officer Lucretia Sperring said.
The event will be at Centenary Hall, Goolwa on Friday, November 2. Entry is a gold coin donation.
Cittaslow keeps busy
Cittaslow has two big events coming up in Goolwa.
On November 4, from 11am to 4pm, is the Goolwa Smoke Off Festival. There will be Langhorne Creek wines and food sourced locally, plus music by Matt and the Maniacs.
The Smoke Off competition sees teams compete for prizes and trophies by smoking ham, fish - anything that can be smoked and eaten.
Entry is free, and a raffle will be drawn.
On November 30, Cittaslow at the Wharf is presented by the Cittaslow Goolwa Food and Wine Group.
Top band Spirit of Alondray will be playing during the event, and Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek wine, beer and soft drinks will be available.
Local food vans will be on site but attendees are welcome to bring their own snacks and chairs – but some seating and tables are provided.
At the Wharf is held on the Signal Point Gallery Deck from 5pm to 8pm. No BYO alcohol.
Entry is free.