"Balance" by Pip Stanley, statue of acrobats and jesters on the main street of Deloraine, Tasmania.The small North Western Tasmanian town of Deloraine is forward thinking when it comes to integrating the Arts and tourism in their picturesque village.Musician Kieran Wicks and Comedian Chris Franklin live on stage performing their Music and Comedy Roadshow "The Court Jesters" at the British Hotel in Deloraine North West Tasmania. British Hotel in Deloraine TasmaniaFabulous Furred and Feathered Friends by Julia Hawthorne, statue on Main street of Deloraine, TasmaniaMarty's Wooly Jumper statue by Anne Zon, Main street Deloraine, Tasmania.
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A polymathic touring musician, film maker, historian and producer, for the past 8 years Kieran Wicks has navigated the Great Southern Land of Australia performing hundreds of shows to ravenous audiences, whilst simultaneously developing a vast catalogue of interviews, images and videos in the production of multiple formative docuseries including 'One Town at a Time', which records his musical journey, immersed in poignant, forgotten Australian history and poetry, in archives such as 'Gold Rush Stories' and 'Poetry of the Pioneers'.