January 29, 2022

Doors open 6pm

Music commences 8pm.

Restaurant closed.

Snacks only - available at bar.

Has your dog ever broken up with you by text?

Has a man ever run around the house three times with joy

because you’ve just got home?

Who sheds more, man or dog?

Kiss a stranger? Bite a stranger?

Morning after pill?  Or morning after park?

Ball scratching? Ball tampering? Ball licking?

In the pursuit of happiness - what sacrifices have you made?

These women are bold and blue.  

Inquisitive, explicit and very, very funny.

They trample the boundaries of politeness and fiercely safeguard the obligations of friendship.

They ask the big questions with not an answer in sight.

This story spans 40 years of life and friendship and choices.

This is a show of the most original stand-up comedy. It features songs, stories, dance and many surprises.

Man V Dog won Best Ensemble Performance at the ‘Fringe at the Edge of the World’ 2020

Invited to go to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (prior to COVID closing the festival down).

After sell out shows in Launceston and Hobart, Gabe and Kerri have decided to do a regional tour.


Featuring Gabe Adkins of  Rosehaven, Water Rats and Home and Away.

And Kerri Gay of The Gloaming, winner of Best Actress 2019, Tasmanina Theatre Awards  and RAW Comedy State Finalist.


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Amy Pegg

February 11, 2022

Doors open 6.30pm

Music commences 7pm.

Restaurant closed.

Snacks only - available at bar.

Amy Pegg is a Tasmanian singer-songwriter, born and raised on the West Coast of Tasmania. Amy is releasing her brand new single "The Queen" inspired by her childhood, growing up in the rugged and beautiful Queenstown, Tasmania. 


Amy is hosting a special premier screening of the "The Queen" music video filmed right here in Queenstown, for the people of Queenstown who have been a great support throughout her music career.


Following the screening of the music Amy will be playing live accompanied by her band. This band features musicians Clinton Hutton, Jonno Wilson and local Ryan McGowen. They will be playing Amy's original songs and a variety of covers, that will have you rocking into the night.


Support act opening the night is North-West based singer-songwriter Dani 


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Brad Harbeck's (THE) Great North
February 12, 2022


Doors open 6.30pm
Music commences 7pm.
Restaurant closed.

Rock Salt presents 'Brad Harbeck's (The) Great North - It's Perfect Weather To Fly Tour'.


Brad Harbeck's (The) Great North.
Frogs In Suits.
Scott Haigh.

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Emily Wurramara

December 10, 2021

7 PM – 10 PM

Snack food and drinks

available at bar.


New date TBC

Originally from Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory, growing up Emily loved hearing her uncles sing, but also realised that women from her community rarely sang in public. Wanting to inspire and empower members of her community, especially young Indigenous women, to find their voice, Emily embarked on a musical journey that has touched the hearts and minds of audiences across Australia and internationally.

Emily’s debut album received an ARIA nomination and AIR award for Best Blues and Roots Album.

She is a 6 times Queensland Music Award winner and has toured extensively across Australia, Canada and Ireland.


Support on stage 7.30pm.

Emily on Stage 8.30pm

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