Through its partnership with Bleach* Festival, The Kitchens at Robina Town Centre continues to deliver an incredibly diverse (and talented) lineup of Gold Coast artists for its multi-sensory dining space. But it’s not just music that will have tantalise your taste-buds this month (although that is a good place to start).
Hanlon Brothers have a three-hour residency this Sunday 2 April with emerging artists James Brine, Zed Butel,, Will Anderson, Nina Ward, Tommy Sheehan and Dan Duggan also playing weekend sets throughout April. Gold Coast Music Awards finalists Phoebe Sinclair and Athena Joy also make appearances on Friday 21 and Saturday 29 April respectively.
On the busking front, The Kitchens hosts some of the Gold Coast’s soon to be discovered talent with the likes of artist Anthony Pieters and musicians Brother Norton and The Alohas performing in the centre’s dedicated busking spaces. For a full lineup of talent at The Kitchens, Robina Town Centre, check the Blank gig guide.
Again, it’s not just music that has punters returning to The Kitchens time and time again. (And we haven’t even started on the food). This month, there will be live cooking activations with Sam Gowing on the Cooking Stage on 1, 6, 15, 20 – 22 and 27 April at 11.00am and 1.00pm. The Centre’s outdoor cinema will screen family favourite Ratatouille on Sunday 9 April at 7.00pm. There’s sessions for kids in the kitchen with chocolate egg decorating from Monday 10 – Thursday 12 April (bookings essential via thekitchens.com.au) plus there’s a pop-up paint and sip session on Saturday 22 April from 3.00 – 6.00pm.
And to round out a big month of events, The Kitchens has partnered with Gold Coast Film Festival for a special screening of Barista on Friday 28 April at 7.00pm. Tickets to the event, dubbed ‘Brewed at The Kitchens’ include the film as well as your choice of an espresso martini or cold-pressed coffee. Tickets are $15.
Get the lowdown on The Kitchens’ comings and goings at thekitchens.com.au.