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THE BE­TOOTA AD­VO­CATE ROAD­SHOW

The ed­i­tors of Aus­tralia’s old­est news­pa­per, Clancy Overell and Er­rol Parker, are set to take Townsville au­di­ences on a jour­ney on what it’s re­ally like hold­ing the reins of the Be­toota Ad­vo­cate. Fa­mous for their witty take on the Zeit­geist of mod­ern Aus­tralia, the duo be­hind The Be­toota Ad­vo­cate Road­show will de­liver Overell and Parker’s trade­mark humour to the stage live at Townsville Civic The­atre. Lis­ten to how the Be­toota Ad­vo­cate has been able to con­tinue their up­ward tra­jec­tory as ri­val me­dia com­pa­nies fall, or merge with Chan­nel 9. The Be­toota Ad­vo­cate Road­show is set to be a night of laugh­ter, tears and ir­ra­tional rage. Tick­ets are lim­ited.

WHEN: Satur­day, Novem­ber 3 from 8pm

WHERE: Townsville Civic The­atre COST: From $45

ALEX WIL­LIAMSON — ‘SO WRONG, IT’S WRONG’

Fresh from sold out shows in the UK and across Aus­tralia, don’t miss the ‘Loos­est Aussie Bloke’ and ‘Bo­gan Aussie Com­men­ta­tor’ Alex Wil­liamson’s new live com­edy show. With an on­line fol­low­ing of more than 3 mil­lion, Wil­liamson’s show will likely be a sell­out. If you’re not an 85 year old church­goer, there’ll be some­thing in this show for you (with drug ref­er­ences, strong lan­guage and likely many other Rrated com­po­nents — don’t say we didn’t warn you). Crit­ics have called it ‘crude yet hi­lar­i­ous, un­fil­tered, po­lit­i­cally in­cor­rect and down­right naughty’. Sounds like fun to us. Visit tick­ets.oztix.com.au to lock down a seat.

WHEN: Fri­day, Novem­ber 9 from 8pm

WHERE: Kir­wan Tav­ern, 154 Thuringowa Drive COST: From $29

TOWNSVILLE FIRE AT HOME

The Fire se­cured a nar­row vic­tory over Syd­ney last week — check out their next bat­tle with the Perth Lynx. Be a part of the JCU Townsville Fire’s ti­tle de­fence as they chase their fourth WNBL championship in five years. Act­ing coach Mark Wro­bel has put the acid on his troops’ de­fence ahead of Satur­day night’s clash — so it’s sure to be a big one. Cheer on our girls and #fire­up­townsville!

WHEN: Satur­day, Novem­ber 3 from 7pm

WHERE: Townsville Sta­dium, Mur­ray Lyons Cres, An­nan­dale

COST: From $11.50

CY­CLONE SUN­DAY

Get your­self, your fam­ily and your neigh­bours cy­clone-ready with Townsville City Coun­cil’s an­nual Cy­clone Sun­day event. Cy­clone sea­son runs from Novem­ber 1 to April 30, so it’s time to get pre­pared. Check out demon­stra­tions on sand­bag­ging and emer­gency re­pairs to win­dows, get to know your storm tide zone, and find out what to do in a dis­as­ter sit­u­a­tion. Over 30 ex­hibitors will be there to help you prepare, with plenty of give­aways on of­fer. Plus there’s food stalls and free amuse­ments for kids — win win!

WHEN: Sun­day, Novem­ber 4 from 3pm

WHERE: Strand Park, North Ward COST: Free

TGO & AL­LE­GRO

Two of Townsville’s most ver­sa­tile mu­si­cal groups are join­ing forces to bring you an af­ter­noon of mu­si­cal delights. Pre­sented by the Townsville Com­mu­nity Mu­sic Cen­tre, the Townsville Gui­tar Orches­tra and the Al­le­gro Choir will come to­gether to en­ter­tain au­di­ences of all ages. This con­cert will in­clude sep­a­rate and com­bined per­for­mances for the main acts, as well as a cameo per­for­mance from Los Guitar­ris­tas.

WHEN: Sun­day, Novem­ber 4 from 2pm

WHERE: The Carl­ton The­atre, 60 North Beck Drive, Con­don

COST: From $15 — kids un­der 12 free

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