Venue: The Drill Hall Theatre, 4 Jubilee Ave, Mullumbimby
Time: Wednesday 3:30 – 4:30 pm for 12-15 years.
Cost: $180 per term
Contact: Sally Davis at b[email protected]

Sally Davis has studied clowning with international clown masters Giovanni Fusetti and Philippe Gaulier, she was awarded a Marten Bequest Scholarship to study in Florence, Italy at Helikos School of Theatre Creation where she learnt mime, clown and mask. Sally is a qualified yoga teacher and practices yoga and mediation daily. She holds a Diploma of Creative Industries with Victoria University where she learnt dance, puppetry, theatre making and basic acrobatics.

Sally has been an actress on television shows such as Neighbours and Blue Heelers as well as many professional theatre shows. Sally has worked in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea as the Artistic Director of the National Performing Arts Troupe and has been an artist in residence at the Wan Smol Bag Theatre in Vanuatu. Sally has worked in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory teaching drama, dance and circus. Sally’s great love are her three children and she adores sharing her love of theatre, clown, dance and yoga with children.



Venue: The Drill Hall Theatre, 4 Jubilee Ave, Mullumbimby

Time: Tuesday 4 – 5 pm for 8-13 years.

Cost: $18 per class

Contact: Emily Lubitz at [email protected]

Emily Lubitz is a local singer and songwriter. She is a member of award winning and critically acclaimed bands, Tinpan Orange and We Two Thieves and currently is touring and releasing music under her own name. She is a mother of 3 and passionate about the benefits of singing, especially with others. So Here is The Mullum Kids Choir! An inclusive and joyful experience for the singing kids of the shire.


Venue: The Drill Hall Theatre, 4 Jubilee Ave, Mullumbimby
Time: Mondays @ 7.00pm.

These free workshops are for adult actors with or without acting experience and are held in a friendly, cooperative environment, run by Mike Russo. Mike is an experienced and qualified acting teacher, who has run these workshops for over ten years. While free, participants do need to become an associate member of the Drill Hall Theatre Company, a cost of $15.

The workshops consist of skills training and exercises to free up one’s creativity. The aim for 2023 will be to work towards a production at the end of the year, however, it is not necessary to be in the production in order to attend the workshop.

Just turn up at the Drill Hall on a Monday night at 7:30pm. If you want further information then please email.