The only Tasmanian screening of the multi award-winning documentary “The Camino Voyage”. An epic tale of constructing and rowing a traditional Irish curragh 2500 km from Ireland to northern Spain. The Camino Voyage has it all – adventure, danger, courage, endurance, friendship, emotion and humour – and a tragic final twist to the tale. This is all…
There will be a free premiere screening of the movie – ‘Castle in the Sky’, on Saturday 26 October at 6pm. All welcome!!
Live Music and Dancing is guaranteed at this licensed event at the Palais Theatre on 2 November, 2019. Set up your own table, win prizes and dance the night away – last week for pre-bookings!
Our Giant Garage Sale will be held again this year on Saturday, 10 October 2020. Monies raised assist in the continued restoration and management of the Franklin Palais Theatre. Open from 9:00am! Tea/Coffee/Cake available on the day.
Tasmania’s own Baroque super-group, Van Diemen’s Band, is joined by internationally acclaimed singer, Lotte Betts-Dean, for a coast-to-coast tour of Baroque favourites by Vivaldi, Handel and Scarlatti.
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On Saturday 16 March, the Franklin Folk Club and the Palais Theatre presented a concert to thank our local fireys. All proceeds went to purchase essential equipment for the Franklin Fire Brigade. (Click on the ‘read more’ link below for photos from the night)
Andrew Blanch and Ariel Nurhadi have been playing as a guitar duo since 2014. They have been described as “two stunning young guitarists…virtuosic” (Sydney Arts Guide) and have been praised for their “dazzling guitar playing” (ArtsHub).
The Collective operates every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm. The Collective only uses local suppliers and provides a great range of fresh farm produce.