Dubbo talent, online with love

So a lot of shows and music events have been cancelled over the next couple of weeks but that doesn’t mean that you need to miss out on being entertained by some of Dubbo’s most talented. Here is a collection of some of our favourites we’ve put together for your enjoyment – click here to send an email if you think there’s something or someone we should add to the list.

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Music videos by Dubbo musicians (free)

Recorded live theatre – Rehearsed: Staged readings of local writers ($5-$10)

A recording of a unique evening of local actors presenting rehearsed readings of the work of Dubbo writers by Wesley House Players. Plays, poems, short stories, monologues – exploring life’s big – and little – questions. Ticket = 1 years access.

https://www.onjam.tv/wesley-house-players/rehearsed-staged-readings-of-local-writers-wesley-house-players-dubbo

Dubbo short films (free)

A selection of short films made in Dubbo or by filmmakers from Dubbo.

“A Woman’s Touch” short film ($5.50, 365 days access)

Watch “A Woman’s Touch” on demand: click picture to find out more

When an aspiring, small town actress, lands the audition of a lifetime, she must choose between giving the director what he wants, and what he needs.

A comedy/drama shot in Dubbo, NSW as part of the Script to Screen Workshops in 2018/19 made possible through the support of Create NSW and Dubbo Regional Council. Dubbo Filmmakers is a not-for-profit established to promotes screen creation in Dubbo and surrounding areas. Revenue raised from the film will be put towards our programs and projects to develop local skills and talent and encourage community participation.

A Woman’s Touch was screened as part of the 2021 Artemis Women in Action Film Festival. Watch it here:

https://www.onjam.tv/dubbo-filmmakers-inc/a-woman-s-touch

“Seeing” short film (free, contributions optional)

Watch the award winning Dubbo made short film online – click the picture for link.

Seeing is a supernatural suspense drama about a young woman forced to choose between saving the lives of innocent children and saving her own life.

Izzi, 26, has become a recluse as her ‘gift’ meant she started losing herself to darkness. A former colleague begs her to help the police find who has responsible for a spate of missing children. Will Izzi agree and risk herself? Or will she walk away with children still disappearing?

Seeing was entirely shot in Dubbo with local cast and crew. Watch it online:

Studio 138 presents Small Space Gigs featuring The Mudflappers (free)

Author live reading: Val Clark reads her novel “Lost: A N’arth Chronicle” (free)

Fifteen year old Shannon Mackay, kidnapped and transported from Earth to the dying world of N’arth, has only one way back-save N’arth. Will she survive assassination attempts, betrayals and slavery and fulfil her quest? Armed with her wits, determination, courage, a sword, and eventually a few friends, she embarks on a perilous journey.

Award winning Dubbo author, Val Clark, reads her young adult novel Lost: A N’arth Chronicle in a series of Facebook Live videos. (Tip: go to the last video to get to the first chapter).

https://www.facebook.com/narthishere/videos

Listen

Under Western Skies 2020

Civil Hands

Eraser

Turn on the Lights

One Proud Monkey

Clinton Hoy