Shakespeare in love
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Shakespeare's most famous romantic comedy will be captured live from the Bridge Theatre in London and screened at the Star Theatre on Sunday, at 12.30pm, $23 adult. Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), Oliver Chris, David Moorst and Hammed Animashaun lead the cast of this magical dark comedy.
Irish flavour at Mole Creek
Celtic Caim perform original songs in acapella, or accompanied by the Celtic harp, flute, and a steady bodhran beat. The duo have won awards in Scotland for songwriting, covering themes from a hazardous troika ride through Siberia to a Scottish mill worker. They will be at Marakoopa Cafe, Mole Creek, on Saturday from 5pm, supported by Jesse McCracken. Tickets cost $20 adult through marakoopacafe.com
Dr Cosmos at the Princess
Dylan Moran will bring his brand new highly acclaimed show, Dr Cosmos,to the Princess Theatre on Saturday at 8pm. Moran will once again offer his unique take on love, politics, misery and the everyday absurdities of life, all served with poetical panache, in his first Australian tour in four years. Tickets cost $89.90 through theatrenorth.com.au or through the Princess Theatre.
Murder Mystery Night
The Iron Horse Bar & Grill present A Murder at the Iron Horse Saloon, on Friday, November 15: a wild west themed murder mystery dining experience. Muster up your best western outfit and ride on down for canapes, main and a dessert ... and find out whodunnit! Tickets cost $85 through launcestontickets.com.au
The youngest members of the Stompin Company are back with a new work, Brainchild. The show is an exploration in dance, looking at the workings of mind and body connection, and the endless possibilities for innovation. Tickets are $5, on Saturday at 2pm and 5pm at the Annexe Theatre, Inveresk.
World Street Eats
Food market fun
This venture in Civic Square, on Sunday from 10am, is a place where the community can experience authentic cuisines and internationally-inspired meals, arts, and cultures of our diverse heritages, with delicious international food, music, other culturally-relevant activities in a welcoming family-friendly fare.
Spicy Music turns four
Electronic music night Spicy Music is celebrating its fourth anniversary of bringing quality techno acts to Launceston, with an event on Saturday night from 8.30pm at the Irish. German heavyweight techno act Henning Baer headlines the party along with Tasmanian acts. Tickets cost $37.75 through Ticketbooth.