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Bracket & Jam

Come along to Friday night Bracket and Jam at the Produce Store

Not one but TWO Bracket & Jam nights left for 2017

Friday 24th Nov
Friday 22nd Dec

6.30pm for dinner

7.30pm for a fantastic night of live music

$8 cover charge.  Come along and have a fantastic night out.

Neil Murray

One of the country’s finest song men – Neil Murray– will perform at the Produce Store on September 30 accompanied by renowned guitarist Damien Neil.
With over three decades performing and recording behind him Neil Murray has delivered a string of remarkable albums that have contributed handsomely to the nations contemporary music heritage.
His live shows are a captivating journey deep into Australian lands of rich stillness.

Neil Murray first appeared in the early eighties as a founding member of the Warumpi Band. Twenty years of performing propelled contemporary indigenous music into mainstream Australia, yielding such classic songs as My Island Home, Blackfella Whitefella, Fitzroy Crossing, Jailanguru Pakarnu, Stompin Ground, From the Bush and Waru.

Neil has since become one of Australia’s most respected and influential singer/songwriters and has enjoyed a solo career since 1989. He has released twelve solo albums including his latest release “Bring Thunder & Rain”.

Neil Murray’s song writing is diverse. His work collectively describes an inner landscape to the heart of the nation – a journey which has done much to deepen and strengthen Australia’s contemporary musical heritage.

If you’ve missed hearing Neil perform at the Produce Store before then this is the night for you

$28.50pp www.trybooking.com/300969

Saturday 30 September 2017 at 7:30pm
Dinner bookings 5779 1404 at the Store. Dinner from 6.30pm

Goodbye to Berlin

Priscilla Armstrong, as 1930s Berlin cabaret performer Sally Bowles, sings songs from ‘Cabaret’ and ‘Threepenny Opera’ with a cheeky grin and seductive eyes that could charm the pants off an SS officer.
The intimate setting of The Produce Store, with Cameron Thomas’s sensuous piano playing and Armstrong’s risque antics, creates an experience of forbidden cabaret at the time of the rise of Adolf Hitler.

Armstrong – in a sleek black dress, stockings and suspenders – skillfully draws us into a song and then hits us with a bit of unexpected slapstick or political statement. She has an excellent sense of comedy and strikes up a terrific rapport with the appreciative audience.

“Goodbye to Berlin” has a feeling of mischief and delights in its sense of liberation; the essential philosophy is to enjoy the moment and not be bound by social rules and mores, while all the while suggesting the need to resist oppression.

This performance is a reminder of why some forms of theatre are forced underground and why we revel in attending them.

Come along for a great night of live theatre, music and great food. Bookings at The Store or online via www.trybooking.com/RTDC – $20 tickets. Dinner bookings from 6.30pm

Bastille Day Dinner

B A S T I L L E   D A Y ~ Come along for a fun (and French) night out on Thursday 14th July to celebrate Bastille Day.

Join us for a 3 course meal (drinks at bar prices), some French speaking, a little frivolity and plenty of fun.

6pm for 6.30pm


Bookings essential 5779 1404


Joachim Matschoss – Poetry Reading

Remember “Small World”, and what an amazing and poignant piece of writing and acting it was?

Playwright Joachim Matschoss returns to Mansfield THIS WEEK.

On Saturday night, May 28th he will be doing a poetry reading from one of his 15 poetry books. Joachim was born in Germany and now lives in Melbourne. He is a playwright, poet and Theatre-maker. His Theatre Company, ‘Backyard Theatre Ensemble (BYTE)’ presents diverse pieces of theatre all across Melbourne/ Australia and internationally, both Youth Arts and for adults.
This will be a fantastic night – and a great opportunity to head out with some friends. Tickets for the poetry reading can be purchased online viawww.mmuds.org.au A buffet dinner is available after the show – bookings for dinner can be made 57791404. ?#?mansfieldmtbuller? ?#?poetry?

Joachim has published about 15 poetry books in the UK, Australia and the US. His readings, which he does regularly here and overseas, involve a cross section of his work in two blocks of 30 minutes.

The cover charge for the readings will be $15.

Spring Arts – Cafe Exhibition

wendy jagger artist exhibiting at the produce store

We are very excited to welcome local artists Wendy Jagger and Ralph Bristow for our in store art exhibition as part of the 2015 Spring Arts Cafe Exhibition.

Wendy Jagger

Wendy has been incredibly busy of late with her Snowline Exhibition at Mt Buller during August as well as being a double finalist in the Victorian Craft Awards.  Wendy is well known for her ceramic pieces but is also a very talented painter.

wendy jagger artist


Ralph Bristow

Ralph creates multi-dimensional paintings, arranged in a form of mindful collage combined with complex color combinations and monochromatic palates.  He applies paint spontaneously, synchronizing hand and eye with the present moment, streaming consciousness into his work.

ralph bristow artist



Following the official launch of the Spring Arts Walk (@ Delatite Hotel 6pm) on Friday 23rd October, come along and visit the exhibition.

Enjoy a community celebration of  art, festivities, food, music and wine!

We will be hosting the exhibition until the end of October so pop in for a look!

Spoilt – A One Woman Show

Spoilt - a one woman show

From the creator of SKITCH TEASE and direct from The Melbourne Comedy Festival, comes Liz Skitch’s critically acclaimed new solo show, SPOILT.

One night only – Friday 18th September @ 8pm.

Dinner menu available from 6.30pm

Worlds collide as the lives of a reality TV star, celebrity personal trainer, karaoke singing wedding celebrant, café late- sipping- dog- lover and a hapless bride- to- be all come together, climaxing in the most tragic and hilarious wedding reception ever staged!

“Playing five fabulous female characters, Skitch transforms herself before the eyes of the audience. Each character is defined only by the choice of wig, shoes and a few accoutrements … and Skitch’s impressive ability to change her entire physicality to match each character.” – Theatre People

All bookings  available online.

The Peasantries – High Country Harvest

The Peasantries - part of the High Country Harvest

The Peasantries – Join us for a night of fun and frivolity as we demonstrate the “how to” that goes into preparing a meal of European peasant food. Follow it up with a sit down three course meal so that you can savour the flavours – without the hard work.

A great night as part of the High Country Harvest.

7 – 11pm @ $68 pp (includes booking fee)

Saturday 23rd May

  • Cooking demonstration
  • Take home recipes and tricks of the trade
  • 3 course sit down dinner

**Drinks available by the glass

Click here for Bookings online

Christmas Market

Still stuck on your Christmas shopping list?  Never fear – the Produce Store Christmas market is here!

5.30pm Thursday 18th December

Drop in for a spot of Christmas list organising before the Carols by Candlelight starts at 7pm.

Friday Night Live Music – October

Come along to Friday night Bracket and Jam at the Produce Store

We are delighted to host not one but TWO nights of live music during October

Friday 24th October – Live Music and dinner to celebrate the opening of Spring Arts and High Country Festival.  Bookings essential.  Cover charge applies.

Friday 31st October – Live Music and dinner for the Cup Long Weekend.  Enjoy the Torch light parade and then come in for dinner.   Bookings essential. Cover charge applies.


Guaranteed to be another awesome night of music and fun, Friday night at The Produce Store is a great night out with friends.

Cover charge $10pp.  Dinner available from 6pm.  Book your table now because they won’t last!  Call the store on 5779 1404