Gove Film Society: Goddess (18 April 2015)

Can she be a star and a mum?  Find out at the Gove Film Society Screening of Goddess…



Former singer Elspeth Dickens (Laura-Michelle Kelly) spends her days wrangling 3-year-old twins while awaiting erratic visits from her whale-saving husband, James (pop heartthrob Ronan Keating).

Feeling increasingly isolated and to help them stay in contact, James gives her a web-cam.  However, Elspeth decides to use the web-cam for what she does best – sing!

She starts performing her sink-songs for the internet and soon enough she is a cyber-sensation! But while Elspeth has found a voice of her own, her other life as a domestic goddess is still pressing.


Ronan Keating, Laura Michelle Kelly and Magda Szubanski, this Australian comedy is full of light-hearted sparkle, warmth and song. It will have you grinning in your seat, and leave you delighted.


Sticks Stones Broken Bones in Nhulunbuy 2015

Shadow puppetry made from junk. Come and play in the dark!

Using bits of simple cardboard, rubbish and everyday items, Jeff Achtem creates an imaginative and comical universe with his shadow puppets.

Sticks Stones Broken Bones presents a playful world of shadow puppetry, appearing as live cartoons, full of odd-ball characters and surreal events. The screen comes alive with flying Ninjas, sneaky chickens and hilarious brain surgery. It’s a visual feast for the imagination! With all of the puppetry performed in front of the screen, the audience is invited to witness each moment of the visual trickery, and to see the transformation from household junk into shadow puppet melodramas.

Come and play in the dark!

  • Tuesday 5 May         Nhulunbuy Town Hall, Nhulunbuy, NT
  • Wednesday 6 May    Yirrkala School, Yirrkala, NT
  • Public Performance to be announced

Prices and tickets to go on sale soon at the Nhulunbuy Markets 18 April 2015.

Proudly sponsored by Nhulunbuy Rotary and Nhulunbuy Corporation Limited.