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    Nosh Narrabri

    Nosh Narrabri

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    Held on the banks of the Namoi River behind The Crossing Theatre, the festival has enjoyed enormous success since its inception in 2003. Nosh showcases a wide variety of local produce and is the perfect opportunity to savor the fruits of this rich agricultural region.

    Nosh Narrabri promises entertainment for the whole family. Visitors are invited to explore the wares of over 40 local exhibitors offering tasty gourmet samples, which include olives, pasta, wines, bread and pork. An enormous range of products are available for purchase on the day. Cooking demonstrations, live music during the day.

    Children’s activities will be available on the day, Nosh Cook off, fully licensed bar and local musicians. Australia Regional Homebrew Championship competition and Great Cheesecake competition.

    The festivities continue on Sunday with a highlight being  the long lunch. A french Provincial four-course meal prepared by Relish Catering promises to delight all the senses.

    For more information or to purchase tickets go to Nosh Narrabri 


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DRESS DETECTIVE Miss Fisher’s Wardrobe - Kate Strasdin

Published on Tuesday, December 10, 2019

DRESS DETECTIVE Miss Fisher’s Wardrobe - Kate Strasdin

Monday 13 July, 2020

Event date: 7/13/2020 Export event

The phenomenal success of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries has a great deal to do with the aesthetic of the TV show – 1920s Melbourne and a glamourous protagonist! This lecture looks at the dress in the 1920s, the designers who were influencing the style and the developments that were changing the way people thought about clothes. It is also a look behind the scenes, creating Phryne Fisher’s world and the flapper style so synonymous with the decade. It was a period that began to embrace sportswear, leisurewear, shortened hems as well as outrageous parties. It also looks at menswear of the period and the changes that were beginning to take place within the masculine wardrobe.

Kate has worked with objects of dress and textiles in museums for almost twenty years in curatorial positions. She is Assistant Curator
at the Fashion and Textile Museum in Totnes, Devon. Kate is also a Senior Lecturer at Falmouth University, teaching history and contextual studies to fashion and textile students.

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Author: Kate Schwager

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