We're 'Getting Back to Live' at West Gippsland Arts Centre. Watch this short video to find out what to expext when you come along to events. We are a Covid Safe venue and we want to keep everyone safe and happy!
The fourth of our Ghost Light Series concerts filmed on the stage at West Gippsland Arts Centre. This concert features 10-string guitarist Matthew Fagan who has a reputation of being Australia’s leading all round acoustic guitarist and has developed unique and versatile performances surprising audiences with his modern interpretations of original arrangements, original compositions and virtuosity on guitar.
The third in our Ghost Light Series of concerts from the stage at West Gippsland Arts Centre features local Meg Doherty.
Meg began strumming the guitar at 8 years old & writing her own songs by the time she turned 10. An artist of melody & charm, Meg has released 5 albums, working with the likes of award winning producers Shane Nicholson and Bob Spencer (The Angels, Sky Hooks). Meg has won countless awards for her original writing & relentlessly toured this beautiful country over the past 15 years.
If you love folk with a bit of country and western, you’ll love Megs earnest vocals.
The second of our Ghost Light Series from the stage at West Gippsland Arts Centre featuring Maddy May.
Hailing from Phillip Island, Maddy May has been strumming away since she was a wee little kid. Music is a way for her to tell stories and express herself. Her sweet vocals are unique and distinctive.
Our first Ghost Light Series concert from the stage at West Gippsland Arts Centre features Gippsland native Wilson Blackley who will be performing a set of his original material. We'll also have a chat to Wilson to find out what his future plans are and what he's been doing over the last few months.