Kyneton’s June calendar of arts and culture invites residents to step back in time through music, theatre and fashion.
Jeff Jenkins and his four-piece band will take their audience through the 20th century at 11.30am on Friday, June 16, performing the music of rock star Bob Dylan in Dylanesque.
An insight into the life and times of John Lennon will be offered by a fusion of concert and biography in Lennon Through a Glass Onion.
Actor and musician John Waters and pianist Stewart D’Arrieta will perform Lennon’s classics at 8pm on Friday, June 23.
Damien Leith will pay tribute to one of his greatest musical heroes, Roy Orbison, at 8pm on Saturday, June 24.
Guitar duo the Grigoryan brothers will perform their new arrangements of Bach, Elgar, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff and Ponce at 7.30pm on Friday, June 30.
Rare 18th century clothing and collectables are on display at Kyneton Museum for the exhibition Be Persuaded: A Jane Austen Experience until Sunday July 9.
An 18th century silk gown, boots, bonnets and parasols are some of the pieces that tell the story of Jane Austen’s era.