Ringwood Arts Precinct Performances

The Ringwood arts precinct includes Realm, Maroondah Access Gallery, Ringwood Town Square, Civic Lane and Ringwood Station. From art exhibitions, live music, roaming performances and public art, the arts are a vital part of this major transport, shopping and cultural hub in the Eastern region.

Realm folk music series

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Head down to Realm with family and friends to enjoy great local talent at the FREE Live at Realm folk music series.

Sundays from 17 June to 8 July, 1 to 2.30pm:

  • Sunday 17 June - Jeremiah Rose and Daniel Bornstein
    Working-class Australian folk tunes with group singing and old-time groove played on banjo and ukulele.
  • Sunday 24 June - Borderline Kaylee
    Lively folk and Celtic tunes with a twist on some old favourites
  • Sunday 1 July - Billabong Band
    Traditional Australian Bush Dance tunes, folk songs and lively Celtic jigs and reels from the Victorian Folk Music Club band.
  • Sunday 8 July - Cora Browne and Felix Meagher
    Beautiful ballads, energetic instrumental music, and some of Ireland’s finest melodies featuring Cora Browne’s soaring vocals and Felix Meagher’s keyboard skills.

Realm, Ringwood Town Square (Opposite Ringwood Station)
179 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood 3134

Snuff Puppets

In September, internationally acclaimed arts company Snuff Puppets, will work with students from the VCAL program at Swinburne University, to create a new work for performance at Ringwood Town Square. Over the September school holidays, the Snuff Puppets will perform the Boom Family, giant Aussie battlers who have travelled the world looking for a decent shopping centre and bowls club that will fit them. Keep your eye out for more information.

This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria. The Boom Family performances are supported by Eastland.

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