Clocktower Online

Enjoy a variety of performing arts programs and events online with the Clocktower!

The Clocktower is bringing a range of performing arts programs and events online that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home.

From music performances right through to children's programs, there will be something that everyone can take part in, in a COVID-safe way.

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Fix it! The Enviro-friendly Clown The Clocktower Centre Online Roadshow presents Fix it.

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Story Surprise Podcast

We’re excited to share that this podcast was nominated for an Australian Podcast Award! The nomination is for the ‘Bullseye Award’, a category that recognises ‘exceptional listening experiences for niche audiences and those underrepresented in the media. It’s a big award for small shows making a real difference to their communities’. Congratulations to Anthony and…

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Halloween Tales from the Clocktower

Presented by The Clocktower Centre and Salt & Poppet Theatre   Nanna by Salt and Poppet Theatre The spooky season is here! To mark the occasion, award winning Salt and Poppet Theatre has adapted spooky story ‘Nanna’ by local resident Ben Tombs into a dynamic shadow puppet film. Ben submitted his scary story via our…

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5, 6, 7, Create

5, 6, 7, Create Puppet workshops with Black Hole Theatre The Clocktower Centre and Black Hole Theatre are delighted to bring you 5, 6, 7 Create

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The Candle Podcast

The Candle is a project by multi-disciplinary artist Sasha Cuha and Psychotherapist Giovanna Iglesias. It aims to shed light on Mental Health within the Arts scene, highlighting the struggles artists experience; whether due to mental ill health, societal constraints, financial, and support concerns. Sasha and Giovanna interview artists from Mooney Valley and surrounding areas.

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Windows to the Soul Puppetry

What do you see through the window? Last year, we saw teddy bears and rainbows cheering up our neighbours’ windows. Through our own windows, we watched seasons change; new flowers pop into colour, and unknown people passing by became familiar faces.

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