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SUN­DAY SES­SION WITH P.SMURF, DJ COST AND RATES

What: P.Smurf (Lorenz Prichard) is a cel­e­brated hip-hop MC and co-founder/man­ager of Big Vil­lage. Having es­tab­lished strong re­pute through his col­lab­o­ra­tive projects, Daily Meds, Re­verse Po­lar­i­ties and Sketch the Rhyme, P.Smurf is cur­rently fo­cused on his solo act and de­but al­bum Play­ing The Blues, which was re­leased last month. Where: Hoey Moey. When: Sun­day from 4pm to 7pm.

HAPPY DAYS 2018 TOUR

What: The Happy Days Tour will be the big­gest yet, per­form­ing songs from the new al­bum that shares trea­sured mem­o­ries of fam­ily and ad­ven­ture. Where: El­e­ment Bar. When: Sun­day from 4.30pm to 7.30pm.

THE ROYAL WED­DING SCREEN­ING

What: You are cor­dially in­vited to cel­e­brate the wed­ding of HRH Prince Henry Charles Al­bert David of Wales and Miss Meghan Markle live from St Ge­orge’s Chapel on the grounds of Wind­sor Cas­tle. Come dressed in fun fin­ery, think brides­maids, wed­ding guests, why not wear your wed­ding dress again?

Prizes will be given out for the best dressed on the night at each lo­ca­tion so get creative. There is a range of wed­ding pack­ages avail­able for you and your party to cel­e­brate this his­toric oc­ca­sion in style. RSVP by se­cur­ing your seats now for the event of the year. Where: BCC Cin­e­mas, Coffs Har­bour. When: Satur­day from 8pm to 11.30pm.

SUB­MERGED: STO­RIES OF AUS­TRALIA’S SHIP­WRECKS EX­HI­BI­TION

What: An ex­hi­bi­tion from the Aus­tralian Na­tional Mar­itime Mu­seum un­cov­er­ing Aus­tralia’s rich ship­wreck his­tory. Sixty-eight sto­ries were nom­i­nated by 46 mu­se­ums from around Aus­tralia and 14 of the most com­pelling were se­lected for the ex­hi­bi­tion. The ex­hi­bi­tion in­cludes a Coffs Har­bour ship­wreck, the col­li­sion of the Keilawarra and He­len Ni­coll in 1886, which was one of the worst peace­time mar­itime dis­as­ters in New South Wales. Where: Coffs Har­bour Re­gional Mu­seum. When: Open Tues­day to Satur­day from 10am to 4pm un­til Satur­day, July 28.

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