1. High School Musical
Saturday at 4pm, tickets start at $25.
St Patricks will be front and centre as their production of High School Musicaltakes to the Princess Theatre.
They were the first school in Northern Tasmania to display their talents on the theatre's stage since it opened back up.
2. Film Festival
Visit the festival website for more information. There will also be an online festival if you are unable to attend physical showings.
3. Folk Music
Saturday, tickets are $3.10.
Kyle Taylor recently dropped his newest single Angels, and Tasmanians will get to experience it first hand during The Forever Tour - an acoustic folk show.
For all those who enjoy the likes of Cat Stevens and Bob Dylan, or soft acoustic music, the show will be right up their alley according to Taylor.
He will perform at The Royal Oak. Tickets can be purchased at kyletaylor.info.
4. Versatile Virtuoso
Sunday from 3pm, tickets via trybooking
The harmonious sounds of the Hobart Chamber Orchestra will wrap themselves around Launceston this weekend.
Headed by Peter Tanfield, the orchestra will bring an hour-long varied program for violin and strings to St John's Anglican Church.
5. Tamar Valley Writers Festival
Saturday from 4pm, tickets are $20 for adults, $10 students.
The festival will host a livestream featuring Richard Flanagan on Saturday, as he joins the ABC's Laura Tingle at the Sydney Writers Festival.
Flanagan's latest book Toxic has quickly become compulsory reading, and for readers keen to hear the two "powerhouse thinkers" in conversation, the session will be streamed at the Start Theatre.
6. My Kids Market
Saturday, tickets $3 and children free.
The My Kids Market, a haven for high-quality used kids and baby clothes and accessories, is returning for all parents and soon-to-be parents at the Punchbowl Christian Centre.
The market is a prime spot for parents looking to sort out their baby or child's wardrobe or room.
7. Remembering a golden era
Saturday at Bracknell Oval
Stories will be told and success remembered as Bracknell celebrates retired Redlegs day.
Tales from the club's golden era where they won nine Esk Football Association premierships from 1956-1965 will come thick and fast.
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