7 things to do in Sunbury/Macedon Ranges

Soprano humour

Using slapstick, absurdism, dark clowning and a healthy dose of prop humour, Death by Soprano portrays the final moments in the lives of operatic heroines. Starring Isabel Hertaeg (pictured), the show is coming to Kyneton Town Hall on May 13. Starts 7.30pm. Tickets: $42; $38 concession

■ 1300 888 802 or www.mrsc.vic.gov.au/buytickets


Win movie tickets

Pick up a Mother’s Day gift and have a chance to win a double pass to Readings Cinemas at the Rotary Club of Sunbury’s next market. There’s also plants, produce, hot food, coffee and car boot sales at the community centre in Elizabeth Drive from 9am-2pm this Saturday.

■ 0400 907 793


Stay healthy classes

Learn more about diabetes and how to keep well as part of a four-week learning course offered by Sunbury Community Health. Sessions will be held from 1.30-3.30pm Thursdays from this week. Bookings essential.

■ 9744 9565


Farmers market

Sample the best local produce at the next Woodend Farmers Market. Woodend Community Centre, 9am-1pm this Saturday.

■ 0407 860 320


Living green

Learn how to turn food scraps and garden clippings into nutrient-rich compost at Hume council’s next Live Green workshop at Sunbury library. It’s from 6.15-7.45pm this Thursday.



Out of Africa at church

Hear how children in Nigeria are being rescued from extremist group Boko Haram during a visit by Open Doors at Sunbury Baptist Church. 207 Gap Road, 7.30pm, May 12.



Audience with an author

Award-winning author Arnold Zable will talk about politics, the human condition, human rights and his new novel, The Fighter, at Salesian College’s next Twilight School event. Rupertswood Mansion, 6pm, May 12. Cost: $10