Northern beaches what's on: February 19-21

THEATRE: Shakespeare's Hamlet is coming to Scotland Island this Saturday. Ben Kuryo, pictured in The Tempest last year, will play Hamlet. Picture: Oneill Photographic
THEATRE: Shakespeare's Hamlet is coming to Scotland Island this Saturday. Ben Kuryo, pictured in The Tempest last year, will play Hamlet. Picture: Oneill Photographic

To be, or not to be

SCOTLAND ISLAND

Hamlet's once noble mind is overthrown. His world consumed by revenge for this father's death and his mother's betrayal. Woe for all who love him, as they too are drawn into his demise. While his own life hangs by a question: to be, or, to revenge? This production of Hamlet is a contemporary staging of the play, and they're wondering: is 'to be, or not to be' still the question? Catch the ferry or a water taxi over for the performance. It's on Saturday at 4pm in Catherine Park at 73 Robertson Road. BYO picnic and seating. Tickets are $40 adults, $20 for concession and under 12s are free. Click here to book.

Emerging artists on show

MANLY

EXPRESS YOURSELF: Covenant Christian School student Nathan To's work called My Mother, Monica, 2020, will be par of the Express Yourself exhibition at Manly Art Gallery and Museum. Picture: Supplied

EXPRESS YOURSELF: Covenant Christian School student Nathan To's work called My Mother, Monica, 2020, will be par of the Express Yourself exhibition at Manly Art Gallery and Museum. Picture: Supplied

The talent and creativity of more than 40 HSC visual art students is on display in the annual Express Yourself exhibition at the Manly Art Gallery & Museum from Friday. The winners of the $3000 Manly Art Gallery and Museum Society Youth Art Award and $5000 Theo Batten Bequest Youth Art Award will be announced on opening day. It's on from 10am until 4pm daily, except Mondays.

Sunday rock session

MONA VALE

The Starwoods take to the stage this Sunday at Modus Operandi Brewery to do a few sets of rock 'n roll spanning blues, rock, 50s, garage and punk. Entry is free and the music kicks off at 3.30pm.

Need cooking inspiration?

ONLINE

Join wholefood chef Suzanne Lambert to discover how to feed a family of four delicious, nutritious meals for under $10. Learn great ways to extend your ingredients, save time in the kitchen and receive some great recipes. It's on Friday at 5.15pm it's free to attend, but bookings are essential. Visit https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on.

Cool tunes at the beach

BILGOLA BEACH

Acoustic duo Chantal and Cesar are kicking off your Saturday at Bilgola Surf Club at 4pm. This northern beaches duo is singer Chantal and guitarist Cesar and they've been playing together since 2013. Free entry.

Time to walk and weed

NARRABEEN

Join the Narrabeen Lagoon catchment walk from 7.30am on Sunday. The 3.5 hour walks starts at Oxford Falls, weed for 30 minutes, continue 30 min walk and car pool back to start. BYO gloves. Free. Bookings essential 0432 643 295.

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