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It has reached that time in the festival where the members of the media team have quite frankly lost it.

As I type I am being serenaded by our glorious editor making various bird noises – or are they raptor calls? (I’m sure you all remember what Jurassic Park 3 taught us; they communicated through a series of squawks, and I believe anything Sam Neill tells me). 

Anyway, speaking of birds, there’s de nitely something avian going on at St Catherine’s Church this afternoon. Birdwatching in Madtown promises to be a hoot. The immersive experience may ru e some feathers, but why not kill two birds with one stone and cater your need for both music and storytelling in one hit. 

The residents of Madtown cordially invite you to experience the songs, stories and rhymes that comprise the magic of a much- loved local pursuit.

Regardless of whether you’re a twitcher or not, come along and bring a friend or the family – you’d be quackers to miss it.

Birdwatching in Madtown: 1pm & 3pm @ St Catherine’s Church. 


By Matt Hitt