DECEMBER Sunday Radio Drama 3pm – Hamlet – (Abridged)

Radio Mansfield

The Year 9 & 10 Drama Students from Mansfield Secondary College - under the direction of Dallas Daniel, and the audio expertise of Ian Mallyon - have recorded an abridged 30 minute version of William Shakespeare's HAMLET which will be broadcast on Sunday afternoons throughout December.



Radio Mansfield 99.7FM

A PRANK AT THE PARLOUR is a new comedy radio play by Longwood writer Julie van Kerkwijk, inspired by one of Spike Miligan's many humorous stories. Julie attended Arts Mansfield's "Radio Play Writing Workshop" in 2019 at the Mansfield Library. This is her first produced radio play script, resulting from that weekend workshop. Set in London in the mid-1970s, A PRANK AT THE


End the year with a spring in your step SPRUNG ARTS - Bouncing Back - 2021

Postcards online bidding extended

Old Mingos Bar and Grill 103 High Street, Mansfield, Victoria

  POSTCARDS will be on display in "Mingos" window till March 8 then at MACS, the new studio space and home of Arts Mansfield The final bidding frenzy will take place as part of the Twilight opening of MACS ONLINE SIGHT  BIDS  - OR use the QR code on the poster

Median to Rare January Exhibition

High Street Mansfield

Start the year with some art Australia Day Weekend Join  the people's choice vote - buy some art - meet the artist ENTER A WORK YOURSELF Entry forms here 22nd  January  2022

MACS – Studio Space grand opening

MACS Shed 2f 10 Crosbys Lane, Mansfield, Victoria

Mansfield Arts Collective studios the new home of Arts Mansfield  Twilight Opening Celebration   

Alley Arts

#alleyartsmansfield 6-9pm April 1 2022 5 Alleys - 20 Acts  See our Instagram & Facebook pages for updates, acts and much, much more.


Radio Theatre Live

Delatite Hotel 95 High Street, Mansfield, Victoria

Arts Mansfield is excited to be involved in the return of “Radio Theatre: Live!” to Mansfield. Under the guidance of the late Colin Rochford, Radio Mansfield and Arts Mansfield’s popular “Radio Theatre” held a sold-out performance of “Radio Theatre: Live” in October 2019. After postponements of a similar event in 2020 and again in September 2021 (due to the Covid