The next SHACK performance will be Saturday, 1st Feb.
7:30 - late


And we are delighted to present...

North Shore Grass

From the shores of Port Jackson to Pittwater bay, this handpicked string band play a blend of bluegrass, swing, & blue bayou. Songs of woe, heartbreak harmonies, self obsessed instrumental solos, and misguided banter for the soul. Introducing Stringo on mando raised by wombats in the Scabby Ranges, Davo on banjo fell out of a whirlybird in the sky, highpriest Jason on lead guitar handles public relations & human sacrifice, virtuoso Mark on Bass our resident on the rhythm method, & Liam on fiddle secretary of secrets, freight trains, and packaging. Bringing hot Grass (minus flames), to the North Shore!

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Bad Kitty and the Alley Cats

Pierre Luniere, Andrew and Sue Hoyle are an acoustic trio who relish their perfomance time to craft unique arrangements of their favourite folk, funk, pop and jazz covers and original music.  The three vocalists accompany themselves with guitar, bass and percussion. Their music is pure melody and rhythm with exquisite layered harmonies.Sue’s velvet contralto is the centre of their universe, and Andrew is forever chasing the perfect guitar inversion, while Pierre adds masterful musicianship and a sensitive sense of harmony.

Have a listen here

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Meet Sydney sister trio Charlotte, Jess and Sarah, known for their beautiful harmonies and toe-tapping original sound.  Since their first public appearance in 2015 they are now recording and delighting festival crowds including National Folk last year and the recent Illawarra Folk Festival in January.  Hailing from the Northern Beaches their unique folk and roots-inspired songwriting is littered with thought-provoking lyrics and soaring harmonies.  The sisters have been praised as having @the kind of unique blend that only comes from shared DNA" and for these girls, music is truly a household affair.     

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Traditional Graffiti

Ian 'The Pump' Macintosh, John 'Red Tips' Milce and Nigel 'Muddy' Waters as Traditional Graffiti  (the new evolution of the old 'Wheezers' continue their unique readings of British based traditional, ceremonial and contemporary folk material woven with their strong Australasian and North American influences. They provide a multi-faceted roots music experience, determined to contribute new material and an original approach to the roots / folk scene.

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The Tramshed Community Centre

 1395a Pittwater Rd, Narrabeen

 Lakeview Hall

 There is lift access.

BYO dinner or nibblies.



Other local venues to explore:

The Manly Fig
Humph Hall
Fairlight Folk
The Music Lounge

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If you would like more info, call Rhonda on 0413 635 856 or email