Feature film with live music by Grace and Hugh | Manning River Time

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‘Up Armidale Road’, a feature film with live music by well-known artists Grace and Hugh, is screening in Bobin and Johns River in the coming days. Grace and Hugh are among the performers at Taree’s RiverStage on Friday April 1 as part of the TasteFest on the Manning program. Before that, the duo and their piano will be at the Bobin School of Arts Hall on Friday March 25 and Johns River Hall on Saturday March 26 where their film will be screened. Both shows will feature a live music ensemble. The Bobin event begins at 6 p.m. with the movie at 7 p.m. and the music at 8:30 p.m. The event is free but a donation of gold coins would be appreciated and a light dinner will be served. They also hold CD raffles, with funds going to the venue. The screening in Johns River on Saturday is also a donation of gold coins in support of the Johns River Rural Fire Brigade. The film will be screened from 7 p.m., followed by a short intermission and live music performed by Grace and Hugh with their little old upright piano. Up Armidale Road centers on the village of Nymboida after the Black Summer bushfires of November 2019. “The film follows the people of Nymboida, as they and Grace and Hugh embark on an ambitious musical collaboration to bring life to the song (orchestra in tow!) on a shoestring budget, in the midst of rebuilding the village and restoring livelihoods.The song and film are a tribute to the Nymboida community, RFS, Blaze Aid and the talented local musicians. (Source: Grace and Hugh) Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content: Bookmark our website to be subscribed to our last minute and regular newsletters Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram: @manningrivertimes



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