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Jimeoin – one of the world’s best stand up comedians – will hit the stage at BREC on Saturday.
Camera IconJimeoin – one of the world’s best stand up comedians – will hit the stage at BREC on Saturday.

The big headliners this week: Groovin’ the Moo and Mothers’ Day. And there’s something on for everyone else too!

1. Groovin’ the Moo

Groovin' the Moo Festival heads to Hay Park, Bunbury on Saturday.
Camera IconGroovin' the Moo Festival heads to Hay Park, Bunbury on Saturday.

Bunbury’s biggest festival is back again on Saturday from 11am at Hay Park. The line-up includes The Amity Affliction, Duke Dumont and Grinspoon.

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Tickets are available at www.moshtix.com.au or at Benesse Cafe and Bunbury Visitors Centre.

2. Flickerfest

Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre showcases the best of short films from around the world at Friday’s Flickerfest from 8pm.

Some of the short films featured include Deighties, Lost Property Office and Kill Off.

For more information and tickets, contact the box office on 1300 661 272.

3. The 2 of Us

Australia’s leading stars of opera and musical theatre David Hobson and Marina Prior team up for their own show The 2 Of Us in an up close and personal mode style.

The renowned artists perform at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on Friday from 8pm.

For more information and tickets, contact the box office on 1300 661 272.

4. Jimeoin

Jimeoin – one of the world’s best stand up comedians – will hit the stage at BREC on Saturday.
Camera IconJimeoin – one of the world’s best stand up comedians – will hit the stage at BREC on Saturday.

The comedy legend’s new show arrives at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre on Saturday from 8pm.

Jimeoin takes audiences into the brain of one the world’s best stand up comedians and masters of observational humour.

For more information and tickets, contact box office on 1300 661 272.

5. Eco Market

Head to Stirling Street Arts Centre on Sunday for a great day out at the Mother’s Day Eco Market with Scrap Battle Exhibition.

Check out the eco-friendly recycled art, local market stalls and tasty treats.

The event runs from 10am to 3pm.

6. Mother’s Day Classic

The popular two kilometre community walk to raise funds for breast cancer research is back for its fourth year in Bunbury.

Participants of all ages and abilities are welcome as well as well-behaved pets on lead.

The walk starts at 8am on Sunday at the Big Swamp.

7. The Bentley Effect

The Bentley Effect is an incredibly empowering Australian documentary about the battle to of a community to fight the threat of gas mining.

The film will be screened at Grand Cinemas Bunbury on Thursday from 6pm.

For tickets, visit https://tinyurl.com/BunburyTBE.

8. Mother’s Day

Spoil mum at several Bunbury venues on Sunday with breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Places like the Highway Hotel, Funkee Monkey Eatery and Bar, Trafalgars Hotel, Prince of Wales Hotel and Sanctuary Golf Resort are offering delights to perfect to treat mum.

Contact each venue for more information and to secure a table.

9. Tay Oskee

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Tay Oskee is heading to the Prince of Wales Hotel on Thursday night for a night of soft lush folk sounds and soaring melodies accompanied by big driving drums.

The free-entry event starts at 7pm.

10. At the movies

Setttle into a seat at Grand Cinemas Bunbury for this week’s new screenings of Life of the Party and Tully from Thursday.

Life of the Party is Melissa McCarthy’s latest comedy following her hilarious journey of heading back to college and Tully tells the unique tale of a mother and her kids’ young nanny.

A special Mother’s Day sing-a-long of Mamma Mia will also screen on Sunday.

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