NEW IN 2022:

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This year’s BMF Bitesize is a variety of small bitesize performances and conversation events taking place in and around some of the most beautiful venues in the centre of Bangalow.

Join our guest artists for this year’s Maps and Journeys program and SXS Viola soloist, James Wannan to experience miniature bitesize performances as you browse the beautiful main street of Bangalow between A&I Hall events. BMF Bitesize is the perfect way to experience the festival in a laid back and informal setting whilst discovering the beauty of the Bangalow township, including the stunning Ninbella Gallery and the gorgeous wooden architecture of Bangalow’s Uniting Church. BMF Bitesize is a wonderful way to complement your full festival weekend or as a quick taster if you are experiencing the festival for the first time.

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THE ART OF THE DIDGERIDOO

Featuring Chris Williams didgeridoo

1:40-2PM

SATURDAY AUGUST 13

Ninbella Gallery, Byron St, Bangalow

INSIDE MAPS AND JOURNEYS

Meet First Nations’ performing artists featuring Eric Avery violin, actress Paula Nazarski and Chris Williams didgeridoo, as they discuss their journeys and artist practices. 

2:10-2:45PM

SATURDAY AUGUST 13

Ninbella Gallery, Byron St, Bangalow

BACH BY CANDLELIGHT

Featuring James Wannan performing Bach Cello Suites on viola.

9:30-10:15PM

SATURDAY AUGUST 12

Uniting Church, Station Rd, Bangalow

Tickets $20

under 14 $12

Pass to all 3 Bitesize performances $50

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Ticketed seating | Limited numbers