March in Launceston
Published on 26 Feb 2016
Launceston continues to be a great place to be this March, with more events for you to see and participate in. Now is a perfect time to visit Launceston
Raw Comedy 2016 - Northern Tasmanian HeatFriday 4th March 2016
Fresh on Charles - 8:00pm
Keen to see if you're the next hottest talent in the comedy world? Perhaps you would love to see guys and girls cometing to make you laugh the most? The Raw Comedy Challenge promises to be a fun filled evening with cutting edge competition of 'survival of the funniest'. This nationwide event is coming to Launceston, commencing at 8:00pm, is not to be missed.
For more information, visit: comedyfestival.com.au/raw/
Harcourts Women's 5k Walk Run 2016Sunday 6th March 2016
City Park - Launceston - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Raising awareness for breast cancer, and raising funds for the local Holman Clinic, the Women's 5k Walk Run Challenge is an annual event for women of all ages to participate in. Dressed in pink, women walk, jog, or run the 5km circuit through City Park, and around the streets of Launceston.
If you would like to participate, or wish to learn more, head over to The womens 5k website
Care for Africa Cocktail BallSaturday 19th March 2016
Tailrace Centre - 7:00pm to midnight
Charity Tickets: $120.00
The Annual Care for Africa Cocktail Ball returns this March, with fabulous entertainment, canapes during the evening, and 5 drink vouchers. The event aims to raise awareness and funds for communities in Africa, to install water wells in the Tarime district of Tanzania.
A Woman on the EdgeSaturday 19th March 2016
Earl Arts Centre - 8:00pm
The wonderful Claire Dawson returns to Launceston to perform her outrageously funny 'A Woman on the Edge' show. Acting as SiSi, a chronically confused girl, Claire sings up a storm whilst finding the time to contemplate life and love, and why there's a dead man on the ground and a gun in her hand! This not so average cabaret spectacular should not be missed.
For more information, check out The Theatre North website