Birth of Planet Earth will show at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery Launceston Planetarium today. Birth of Planet Earth is a planetarium fulldome show that tells the tale of earth's origins. The film employs advanced, data-driven, cinematic-quality visualizations to explore some of the greatest questions in science today.
Every Saturday the award-winning Harvest Launceston takes over the Cimitiere Street parking area to share fresh food and produce. Discover a wide range of vendors and local brands to support.
July 24 from 10pm-late, tickets available online at Humanitix
Tonight, Tasmanian drag queen royalty headlines at Phoenix Launceston for one night only. The evening is set to be a dance party with tunes by Sydney DJ Mama De Leche. Tickets are available online.
Sunday's from May-August, free to enter but tickets required
A secret Sunday night speakeasy will pop up in Launceston from May until August. A map will lead to a dimly-lit doorway for entry. Prohibition inspired cocktails, limited release Tasmanian wines, local brews and Stelo snacks will be on offer. Visit eventbrite to get tickets.
July 23- 25 online
The world's first interactive virtual pantomime Cinderella Live is making its Australian debut. For the first time, Australian audiences can experience the vibrant sets, flamboyant characters and joys of audience interaction that embody a proper British pantomime. Fancy dress is recommended.
Tickets are available online
Cakealicious runs throughout July at various Launceston venues
Cakealicious is Launceston's great winter cake battle, offering an array of local experiences and wintery delights. Some of Launceston's favourite hospitality venues have put their best cake forward and invite you to vote for your favourite. One lucky participant will win a Winterlicious High Tea. For more information and to see the list of participating venues, visit launcestoncentralcity.com.au/cakealicious.
25 July, 4pm-6pm
Between June and October, Sawtooth ARI is hosting "free for all" art events every weekend. This weekends offering is hosted by The Launceston Improvised Music Association and invites people of all musical ability to join together and create music in the moment. Tickets are not required, simply turn up and get involved.
Portrait of an Interior
Poimena Gallery at Launceston Church Grammar Senior School. The Gallery is open 9am-4pm on weekdays
An exhibition of photography that celebrates Tasmania. Some of Tasmania's most celebrated photographers and cinematographers explore their relationship with the land they live on.