"NEVER chew on a ewe."
Wise words of advice mixed with laughter recently as 'The Bitches' Box and Mel Parsons' lit up the Old Errowanbang Woolshed.
After performing more than 80 shows in woolsheds, theatres and festivals across New Zealand, the trio made up offolk/country artists Mel Parsons and comic actresses Amelia Dunbar and Emma Newborn crossed the ditch and headed to NSW.
Captivating the Errowanbang audience with songs from her first two albums 'Over My Shoulder' and 'Red Grey Blue,' Ms Parson's performance was followed by 'The Bitches' Box' as Ms Dubar and Ms Newborn explored life on the farm through the eyes of six hilarious farm dog characters.
After performing three shows in Errowanbang, the trio said it was a fantastic experience.
"We have had an amazing time in Carcoar, the shows have gone really well with great fun audiences on all three nights," Ms Dunbar said.
With fairy lights, a barbeque, bar and plenty of character, the venue proved to be a winner.
"Performing in the Old Errowanbang Wool Shed was a real treat. It's such an amazing building, with a wonderful atmosphere and fascinating history," Ms Parsons said.
The show hit the road again this week, performing in Mudgee and the Upper Hunter but with a successful NSW tour now under their belt, it's likely we'll see them back again.
'"We've been welcomed into the community here like old friends, met so many wonderful locals, and had great audiences - we'd love to come back on our next tour," Ms Newborn said.
And while no-one's playing favourites between canine characters 'Fenton', 'Quid', 'James Clive Reginald Montgomery Smith Red', 'Bruno' and 'Twink', diesel dogs and narrators 'Jack' and 'Russell' were paws down the funniest jack russells to ever grace the Old Errowanbang Woolshed.