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Coramba Hall, 4 Dorrigo Street, Coramba 01 Feb, 2020 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm Adult $25 Child (16 & Under) $15 Jetty Memorial Theatre (Organiser) 0266484930

One of Scotland’s foremost singers, Siobhan Miller (SCO) together with critically-acclaimed Australian songwriter Jack Carty (AUS) will feature on the upcoming Festival of Small Halls Summer Tour 2019: Cygnet to Illawarra.

Siobhan Miller (Scotland) One of Scotland’s foremost singers, Siobhan Miller is an exceptional talent, renowned for her unique vocal style and evocative song-writing. Miller creates music with detail and rich melodies that combine the sounds of indie, alternative music and from her roots in folk music.

Jack Carty (Aus) Critically-acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Jack Carty has been releasing original music since 2010 with five full-length studio albums, two Eps, an APRA Professional Development Award under his belt. Carty has toured extensively across Australia, The UK, North America, Europe and New Zealand and has built a loyal, grassroots following driven by his fine penmanship and powerful live shows.

Presented in partnership with major Australian festivals Woodford Folk Festival, Cygnet Folk Festival and Illawarra Folk Festival, the Summer Tour 2020 will depart from the Woodford Folk Festival on 1st January 2020 and circle Tasmania from 4th January to 16 January 2020. Performances at Illawarra Folk Festival kick off two weeks of ambitious touring through coastal, central and northern New South Wales from 17th January – 4th February.


Festival of Small Halls rolls into the Coramba Community Hall, 4 Dorrigo Street, Coramba  on Saturday 1st February 2020.

About Coramba

Coramba is a picturesque historic village north-west of Coffs Harbour. The North Coast railway meanders through Coramba village, as does the Orara River.

The Coramba Community Hall was built in 1914, and has been holding functions for over 100 years. It was recently refurbished both inside and out and has full disability access and amenities.

Come celebrate with us amongst the whispers of old timbers and the World War 1 & 2 Honour Roll and discover the beauty of Coramba and our unique small hall.

Coramba Community Hall stands on land traditionally owned by the Gumbaynggirr people.

Population: 750

Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start.

Get your tickets here 

Licensed Bar & cakes available prior to show and at interval.
Proudly presented in conjunction with Coffs Harbour City Council and the Coramba Community Hall Management Committee.

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