Five things to do this week
High School Musical
The Sunshine Coast Youth Theatre's production of High School Musical Jr is on Saturday at The J Theatre. The cast of 45 young performers, all aged between 7 and 18, will present this family favourite. High School Musical, first appeared on the Disney Channel in 2006 and its success led to a film trilogy and now a stage show, having toured the US. High School Musical Jr will have two performances (2pm & 7pm). Tickets are on sale through The J's website - www.thej.com.au, over the phone on 5329 6560 or in person at the Box Office.
ARIA Award-winning Mic Conway and guitarist Robbie Long will bring a circus of comedy, music and magic to the Majestic Theatre on Saturday. Conway is from the legendary Captain Matchbox Whoopie Band, famous as a singer, actor, musician, songwriter, fire eater, magician, tap dancer and juggler. Begins at 7pm. Tickets $25 online, $30 at the door if not sold out.
Play with clay
NOOSA Regional Art Gallery will host clay workshops on Wednesday. From 10.30-11.30am children aged 6-8 can work with nature and clay in Enchanted Lands. Children aged 9-12 can make detailed clay sculptures in Clay Carving from 1.30-3pm. Phone 53296145. Cost is $15.
THIS Friday, Noosa Junction's Acadia Street will come alive with the Sounds Like Summer Fest Twilight Market. From 5-9pm the street will fill with food trucks, a pop-up bar and artisan stalls with live music throughout the night.
WANT to escape the heat? Take the family to Noosa Tenpin Bowling and Laser Tag. Challenge each other to a game of bowling or race through their laser tag arena. Open 9am to late at 7/11 Bartlett Rd, Noosaville. There is a cafe, licensed bar and arcade games.