Discover what's on across the Fleurieu: Weekend of April 9, 2021

Cello concert: Claire Oremland to play.
Cello concert: Claire Oremland to play.

Thursday, April 8

Senior Citizens Indoor Carpet Bowls

Carrickalinga House, Victor Harbor, 1pm-3.30pm. Run by Victor Harbor & District Senior Citizens Club. Weekly event starting April 8. Ph: 0435 354 268.

Friday, April 9

Introduction to Astrophotography

Bungala Park, Normanville from 7pm. Free, registration required via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Introduction to photographing the night sky with your digital SLR camera.

Friday, April 9

The Vegetarian Librarian

Club Fleurieu, Yankalilla, from 7pm. Tickets via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Writer and performer Tracy Crisp presents her one woman show.

Friday, April 9

Bee Gees Tribute Show

Lady Bay Hotel, 7-11pm. Tickets $60 via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Dinner and Bee Gees Tribute includes two-course meal.

Tribute: Hear the sounds of the Bee Gees.

Tribute: Hear the sounds of the Bee Gees.

Saturday, April 10

Inamed Aboriginal Places

Second Valley Soldiers' Memorial Hall, from 2.30pm. Free, registration required via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Chester Schultz and Gavin Malone discuss Aboriginal places, provenance and culture.

Saturday, April 10

Cello Concert

Christ Church, Yankalilla, 12-1pm. Adults $20, Concession $15, book via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Claire Oremland plays as light streams through stained glass onto Mark Pearse ceramic Stations of the Cross. Compered by composer Luke Altmann.

Saturday April 10

Coastal Soirees - Sway

Festival Hub, 163 Main South Road, Yankalilla, 5-6pm. Adults $20, Concession $15, book via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Sway with Del as band members play classics from the 60s, 70s and 80s.

Saturday, April 10

Lights Camera Action

Club Fleurieu, Yankalilla 7-11pm. Tickets $30, book via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. Upstage Theatre presents swing and jazz from the 1920s to the 1970s.

Sunday, April 11

The Butterfly Theatre performs Shakespeare

Normanville Hotel from 4pm. Tickets via: festivalfleurieu.com.au. The troupe will perform Shakespeare's sonnets, soliloquies and songs.

Spooky business: Enter the graveyard at Yankalilla.

Spooky business: Enter the graveyard at Yankalilla.

Sunday, April 11

Night at the Graveyard Outdoor Cinema

Yankalilla RSL Hall, 5-9pm. Screening of Hubie Halloween. Food, drinks, and music available. Includes launch of Oneone, a digital projection on the hall by local young artists.

Monday, April 12

Rebekha Sharkie drop-in

Electorate office, 26 Hindmarsh Road, McCracken, 12.30pm-2.30pm. One-on-one appointments. Free sausage sizzle. Bookings essential - call 8398 5566 or visit rebekhasharkie.com.au