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An Eclectic Platter of Art, Food and Musical Goodness
Images - The Cheese Factory Studio Gallery
The biggest night of the year for The Cheese Factory, A Big Slice of Cheese will be held on Saturday 28 April 2018 from 6pm to 11.30pm at The Cheese Factory Studio Gallery, 239 Kondoparinga Rd, Meadows. Grab your tickets here for $28 pre-purchase, (limited tickets, pre-purchase recommended) or $30 at the door. You can also make a phone booking on 8388 3725.
Local music, art, food, wine and a fun night of roving entertainment will be served up on a platter for you to enjoy on this two-acre property. Be sure to rug up for a possible chilly autumn evening. When the doors open at 6pm, Two Bars & A Cafe will be serving up curries, cheese plates, wraps, sweets and popcorn, with local wines from Fox Creek and Ekhidna Wines, Coopers Beers, Mountain Fresh juices and soft drinks.
Swan around for the evening, starting with the Gallery Cafe where you can grab some delicious treats while enjoying the sweet vocals of Anna Barstch on piano and guitar. Head to the Main Stage next for some didgeridoo from Organic Matter. A short walk away to the Truck Stage Workshop Bar will bring you face to face with Brenton Manser & Friends for some slide guitar folk country blues.
If live electronic music with hypnotic rhythms and resonant melodies are more your style, check out Nathan Barnes and Tim Brierly of Human Mind. They'll sweep you off your feet with technical wizardry filled with energy, atmosphere and euphoria. Head to the perfect setting next, the Forest, for a little mellow cello with David Rose. A solo cellist, David will transport you to moments in time and place. Nobodies Drumming will change it up next in drumming frenzy at the Amphitheatre, while Americana Band The Heggarties finish the night off with a smoking hot set. All the while, virtual reality fun is to be hand with Ahimsa VR, a Living Doll exhibition, and new paintings and mosaics in the gallery. It's certainly a night packed to the rafters with entertainment and good times. Stay updated via the event page.