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They are hairy, they sing in Russian, and they love vodka.

Mullum’s 26 strong mighty Russian man choir has bought the house down wherever they perform. Whether it be their packed shows at Woodford folk festival, Mullum Circus Festival, Falls Festival Arts Village & Bello Winter Music, the lovable mob has stunned audiences with their emotive, sometimes humourous, but always heartfelt renditions of Russian songs. 

Led by choir master Andrew Swain, and a vodka or two, the lads are excited to bring their songs of love, loss and life’s trials and tribulations back to where it all began – the Mullum Music Festival later this year. 

Join Dustyesky and special guests at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club for an unforgettable evening of entertainment!

October 15th19:30–22:30Tix at the door (Adult-$15 | Youth: $10 | Child: $5 | Under 5yrs FREE!)

Photo Credit Anna Swain

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Kirra Pendergast is the Managing Partner of Common Ground. An award winning photographer Kirra first picked up a camera at 12yrs old. Kirra is always out capturing photographs of things as varied as the immense power and beauty of the ocean, storms, and the breathtaking landscapes of Northern NSW. Kirra's photographic passion is music, portraiture and street photography. Born and raised in Byron Bay, Kirra's family has spent generations in the Northern Rivers hailing from Lismore, Tuntable Falls, Tregagle and Byron Bay. Kirra is a passionate about supporting local business and sustainable business practise.

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