Victoria
Alexander Theatre
Ararat Performing Arts Centre
Ballarat - Her Majesty's Theatre
Benalla PACC
Bendigo Performing Arts Centre
Billiton Wellington Entertainment
Burrinja Upwey
Campaspe's Performing Arts Centre
Cardinia Culteral Centre Pakenham

Castlemaine Theatre
Clocktower Centre
Colac Otway Performing Arts & Culteral Centre
Darebin Entertainment
Drum Theatre Dandenong
Echuca Paramount Theatre
Frankston Arts Centre
Gasworks
Geelong Performing Arts Centre
Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
Hawthorn Arts Centre
HotHouse Theatre Wodonga
Karralyka Theatre
Kew Courthouse
Kingston Arts Centre
Latrobe Regional Arts Centre
Mildura Arts Centre
Montrose Town Centre
National Theatre
Plenty Ranges Arts
Portland CEMA Arts Centre
Swan Hill Town Hall
Upper Yarra Arts Centre
Wangaratta Performing Arts
Warrnambool Regional
West Gippsland Arts Centre
Westside Performing Arts Centre
Whitehorse Centre
Wonthaggi Community Arts
Wonthaggi Picasso on Graham
Wyndham Culteral Centre
New South Wales

Riverina Theatre

Bathhurst Memorial
Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre

Queensland

Cairns Civic Theatre

Empire Theatre

Karnak Theatre Mossman

Pilbeam Theatre Rockhampton
Townsville Civic Theatre

South Australia

Adelaide Festival Centre

Barossa Arts & Convention Centre
Mt. Gambier Sir Robert Helpmann
Port Lincoln Nautilus Theatre
Pt. Pirie Keith Mitchell Theatre
Renmark Chaffey Theatre
Tanunda Brenton Langbein
Whyalla Middleback Theatre
Dunstan Playhouse

Tasmania

Hobart Theatre Royal

Launceston Princess Theatre

West Australia
Albany Town
Hall
Bunbury Regional Centre
Carnarvon Civic Centre
Esperance Civic Centre
Geraldton Queens Park Theatre
Karratha Walkington Theatre
Kalgoorlie GoldfieldsArts Centre

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Matt Dann Centre Port Hedland
Queens Park Theatre Geraldton
Regal Theatre


Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Theatre Centre

Northern Territory





 

 

 

 


 

Ararat Performing Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5352 2181


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HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE BALLARAT

Bookings:61 3 5333 5888

 

 

 

 



Benalla Performing Arts Centre
Bookings:61 3 5760 4529

 

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BENDIGO

BENDIGO PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE

Bookings: 61 3 5434 6100

Capitol Theatre

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Children's Theatre

MUSIC.


 

Theatre

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderlad comes to life on stage in the most hilarious-filled madcap fun! Tumble sown the rabbit hole and join Alice, one of literature's most beloved heroines through Wonderland.
A handful of actors and puppeteers play over 20 forgettable characters using their ingenious stagecraft ans limitless possibilities of imagination to bring this beloved story to life.
Season: Tuesday January 15. 2019

 

Bendigo Bank Theatre
Ground Floor of The Capital


 

Ulumbarra Theatre

Bookings: 03 5434 6100

   

2019 Season

Deadly 60 Down Under

Star of the hit TV series /deadly 60, Steve Backshall is bringing his brand new show Deadly Down Under 60 to Cairns for the first time these summer school holidays/
Don't miss Steve's most exciting show featuring some of Australia's deadliest animals liove on stage.
Join Steve as he shares stories and videos from his australian adventures, plus ther will be loads of audience participation and lots ofstage fun.

Season: Tuesday January 22. 2019

 

Runaway Horses 30th Anniversary Tour - Belinda Carlisle

Belinda Carlisle returns to australia in March 2019 with a special concert series celebrating 30 years of her iconic album Runaway Horses Her career started in 1978 with the Go-Gos where she achieved instant stardom with hits including We Got the Bear and Our Lips are Sealed. After the band's break up in 1985 Belinda Carlisle embarked on her hugely successful solo career and released her first solo album in 1986.
Join Belinda Carlisle on her Runaway Horsea tour will be Australia's very own 1927 whose hit songs include I Could and That's What I Thnk of You which has become an anthem for them in Australian Pop culture.
Season: Friday March 1. 2019.

Nashville Live

For the first time in Australia, Nashville Live, the hit musical production celebrating country music and the stories behind the genre's biggest hits out of Nashville Tennessee, brings its energy, glamour and magic to stages around the country.
Completge with Grand Ole Opry style announcer you will enjoy your favourite songs from Johnny Cash, Folly Parton, Willie Nelson and contemporarygreats Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, Billy Ray Cyrus and more.
|Nashville Live is bound to be a night to remember with a stellar international cast proving the fact that there are really only two types of music, Country and Western.
Season: Thursday March 21. 2019 at 7.30pm.

 

The Engine Room

 

     

Burrinja
Cnr Glenfern Rd & Matson Crive Upwey,
Bookings: 61 3 9754 8723

 

 


Children's Theatre

 


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CAMPASPE'S PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE

Bookings: 61 3 5482 3399

 


 

 

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Cardinia Culteral Centre Pakenham

Bookings: 1300 1300 887 624887 624

Morning Melodies

 

Theatre

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Castlemaine

Phee Broadway Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 5434 6100

 

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Clocktower Centre

Bookings: 61 3 9243 9191.

www.clocktowercentre.com.au


Theatre

2018 Season

 

 

 

 

Chidren's and Family Shows

 

 

 

Music

 

 

 

Colac Otway Performing Arts

Bookings: 61 3 5232 2077

 

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DAREBIN ENTERTAINMENT AND ARTS CENTRE
Booking: 61 3 8470 8280
Darebin Performing Arts Centre.

Morning Music

THEATRE

The Nutcracker

Rediscover this heartwarming classic of The Nutcracker this Christmas.
As the clock strikes midnight, Clara is transported into a magical world full of eonder. A sea of snowflakes will fill the stage and audiences will be transported to another realm as Melbourne City Ballet's production of The Nutcracker stays true to the traditional family favourite.
Venues: Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre Victoria. Season: December 14 & 15. 2018 at 7.30pm. December 16, 2018 at 1.30pm.

 

 

Chidren's Theatre Series 2013

 

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Drum Theatre Dandenong

Bookings: 61 3 9771 6666

Theatre

 

 

 


Encore! The Music Series

 

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Echuca Paramount Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 5482 3399
Echuca Paramount Theatre

 

 

 

Frankston Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 3 9784 1060

 

GASWORKS
BOOKINGS:61 3 9699 3253

 

GEELONG PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE
Booking: 61 3 5225 1200

 

 

Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
Bookings:61 3 5573 0429

Children's Theatre

Music

 

 

 

Theatre

 

 

 

Hawthorn Arts Centre
360 Burwood Road Hawthorn
Bookings:61 3 9278 4770

Children

 

MUSIC

DANCE

 

THEATRE

The Basement

 

Horsham
Wesley Performing Arts Centre
Bookings:61 3 5382 4343

 

 

Horsham Town Hall

 

 

 

 

 

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HOTHOUSE THEATRE

WODONGA 61 2 6021 7433

 

 

 

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Karralyka Theatre

Bookings: 61 3 9879 2933

 

Morning Music

THEATRE

 

 

 

 

Kew Court House
188 High St. Kew
Bookings: 61 3 9278 3770

 

Children

 

 

MUSIC

 

 

 

Kingston Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 9556 4440

Music

 

Theatre

 


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Latrobe Regional Performing Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 5176 1333

 

Music

 

Theatre


Children's Theatre

 

 

The Memo
235 Maroondah Hwy Healesville
Bookings: 61 3 5965 3511

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MUSIC

 

 

MILDURA ARTS CENTRE

Bookings: 03 5018 8322

 

 

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Montrose Town Centre
Bookings: 03 9761 9133

 

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Mooroolbark Community Centre
Bookings: 6 3 872 5488

 

 

National Theatre

Bookings: 61 3 9525 4611 & 132 849

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Palais Theatre St. Kilda

Bookings: 61 3 136 100 or ticketmaster.com.au

 
 

 

PLENTY RANGES ARTS &
CONVENTION CENTRE

Bookings:61 3 9217 2317

Morning Melody

 

 

Theatre

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The Nutcracker

Rediscover this heartwarming classic of The Nutcracker this Christmas.
As the clock strikes midnight, Clara is transported into a magical world full of eonder. A sea of snowflakes will fill the stage and audiences will be transported to another realm as Melbourne City Ballet's production of The Nutcracker stays true to the traditional family favourite.
Season: December 21 & 22.2018 at 7.30pm

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Portland Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 3 5522 2363

Robert Blackwood Hall
Bookings: 61 3 9905 1111

 

 

Shirley Burke Theatre
64 Parkers Road Parkdale
Bookings: 9556 4440

 


 

 

Swan Hill Town Hall

Bookings: 61 3 5036 2444


The Wedge
Wellington Entertainment Centre


Bookings: 61 3 5143 3200

 

 





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UPPER YARRA ARTS CENTRE

WARBURTON
Bookings: 03 5966 4500

 

 

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Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5722 8105

Dance

 

 

Theatre

 

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Warrnambool Regional Performing Arts &
Conference Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5561 5233

 

 

 

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LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE

Bookings: 5559 4999
185 Timor St. Warrnambool

 

   
     
     

WEST GIPPSLAND ARTS CENTRE

Bookings: 61 3 5624 2456

 


Westside Performing Arts Centre Shepparton
Bookings: 61 3 5832 9511

Williamstown Town Hall
Bookings: www.hobsonsbaytickets.com.au

 

 

WHITEHORSE CENTRE

Bookings: 61 3 9262 6555

 

2018 Season

Theatre


Cole

A life of hedonism, grave misfortune, enduring love and a legacy that sparkles with wit and wisdom is the extrordinary life of Cole Porter, beautifully explored in this tour de force performance.
Helpmann Award winner Michael Griffits explores the colourful life and timeless songs of cole Porter including YOu're the Top, It;s De-Lovely, Let;s Do It and Night and Day.
Season: Thursday November 13, 2018 at 8pm.

Utassy Ballet - Annual Performance Season

The Utassy Ballet School prpoudly presents their Junior performance of The Circus and their Senior performance of the classical ballet The Yellow Submarine.
Accompanying works include Diane Parrington's OPas de Quatre from the Romantic Era, Songs of the Auvergne and two ne pieces by choreogrphers Katherine Horner and Rochelle Carmichael.
Season: November 22 - 24. 2018.

Dragon Dreaming

Presented by Box Hill Ballet Association
A young girl falls asleep over her favourite book and begins to dream. She and her friends are sitting in the moonlit garden when they notice tiny whisps of smoke coming from a nearby bush. Going to investigate they find a baby drago crying because she is lost. They befriend her ,. promising to to help her find her way home.
The journey takes them far away to many places, the sea, the outback, high mountain peaks, bushlands, wetlands, the high plains. will they succeed in their search?
Accompanying the performance will be various classical, jazz, tap, contemporary and international dance items.
Season: Saturday December 8. 2018 at 2pm & 7.30pm.




Music

Christmas with the Band

The City of Whitehorse Band will be paying your favourite carols at their annual Christmas concert plus music from the filmn, stage and big bands.
There will be a special guest artist.
Season: Monday December 17. 2018 at 8pm.

Whitehorse Carols

Santa Claus is coming to town and so are a host of wonderful performers including popular entertainer Rob Mills and Verity Hunt Ballard. Beloved children's act The Mix Maks will open the event , followed by performances from the National Boys Choir, the local jazz talents of the Blackburn High Senior Jazz Orchestra and the Combined Churches f North Blackburn. Santa and his elves will be there fron 4.30pm for photos before leaving fr his around-the-world sleigh ride.
Season: Sunday December 16. 2018 Rides from 4.30pm - 9.20pm. Concert 5.30pm - 9.30pm Venue: Civic Gardens 379 Whitehorse Rd. Nunawading.

Christmas Spectacular

Celebrating 30 years touring professional productions around Australia, Promac Productions returns to our atage with a fantastic show to get everyone in the festive spirit. Leading a cast of four will be star tenor Roy Best who will herald in Christmas 2018 with some of the finest carols and Christmas songs ever written. Chris McKenna will compere and lead some fantastic sing-alongs, with plenty of laughs included. Don't miss this perfect way to embrace the Christmas spirit.
Season: Wednesday December 12. 2018. at 11am.

Midweek Matinee

2019 Season

Swinging on Broadway

Takes us back to an era when Louis Armstrng, Peggy Lee, Tony Bewnnett and Ol' Blue Eyes regularly topped the charts with Broadway toe-tappers. Melissa Langton will be swinging down Broadway with a mix of classic show tunes and some playful reinterpretations of recent Broadway favourites including All That Jazz, My Favourite Things Wouldn't It Be Loverly and many more.
Season: Wednesday February 12. 2019 at 11am.

Pirates to Pinafore - The Complete Works pf Gilbert & Sullivan

This hilarious show featuring all 14 musicals of Gilbert & Sullivan i one sensationally fast-paced and beautifully sung production, stars tenors Roy Best & Philip Gould, soprano Alison Rae Jones and Chris McKenna.
Season: Wendnesday March 20. 2019 at 11am

Practically Perfect

celbrates the life and musc of the legendary Dame Julie Andrews and features some of her best known songs from May Poppins, My Fair Lacy and more interwoven with stories of her life on and off the stage.
Season: Wednesday April 24. 2019 at 11am

Caruso to Carreras

All the great tenors and their leading ladies feature in this spectacular show comprising 100 years of songs and arias.Caruso, Pavorarotti, Lanza, Domingo, Carreras and many more leends of the stage are beautifully portrayed by star tenor Roy Best and international soprano Alison Rae Jones.
Season: Wendnesday July 17. 2019 at 11am

Tenoru - Timeless

Why do some songs stand the test of time? David Kidd, Craig Atkinson and Andrew Pryor share a collection of enduring classics from the worlds of Opera, Music Theatre, Pop and Jazz. Then haveing established themselves as a national touring force, travellling the length and breadth of Australia.
Season: Wednesday September 4. 2019 at 11am.

Celebraqte - it's Christmas

The Whithorse Centre are thrilled to welcome back The Gaslight Company starring the wonderful tenor Roy Best along with Chris McKenna, Len Vorster and soprano Alison Rae Jones. Christmas with this cast is always a highlight and all your favourite Christmas carols will be performed along wiht some contemporary Christmas songs.
Season: Wednesday Decemgber 18. 2019 at 11am.


Childrens Theatre

   
 


Wonthaggi Community Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5672 1083

Picasso's on Graham Wonthaggi
Bookings 61 3 5672 5871

 

Wyndham Culteral Centre
Bookings: 61 3 9741 9500

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Canberra Theatre Centre
Bookings:61 2 6275 2700

 


Darwin Entertainment Centre

 

 

Albury Entertainment Centre

 

 

Riverina Theatre: 61 2 6931 9466

BATHURST MEMORIAL
ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
Bookings: 61 2 6333 6161

 

Laycock Street Theatre
Gosford

 

 

 

Griffith Regional Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 6961 8369

Civic Theatre
Newcastle
Bookings: 61 2 4929 1977

 

 

Orange Civic Theatre

 

Roslyn Packer Theatre

 

   
     
     

 

The Glasshouse
Port Macquarie

 


Panthers-Evan Theatre
Penrith
Bookings: 61 2 136100

 

 

Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre

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Illawara Performing Arts Centre
Wollongong
Bookings: www.wec.org.au

 

 

Burnie Arts & Function Centre
Bookings: 61 3 6430 5850

 

Earls Arts Centre
Launceston

     

Treasure Island

Arr, be fun and adventure for all the family in this classic tale of pirates - the original masterpiece of Robert Louis Stevenson that continually inspires children and adults all over the world for generations.
Come and enjoy the pirate talk and deadly-dkullduggery of Long John Silver's motley crew! Complete with talking parrot, pices of eight, the Black Spot, and The Jolly Roger, and a surprising exhibition of swordplay.
Season: November 1 - 4. 2018 (5 shows)

Big Brother

With Kerry O'Brien (Narrator) & Tom Baker (Voice of Big Brother)

Gearge Orwell's classic dystopian nightmare about right-wing government gone mad and the persecution of the individual isa must-see for anyone concerned about free speech, increasing surveillance, and the erosian of privacy.
Intensely, darkly entertaining, this version of 1984 features live-on-stage, renowned ABCTV presenter Kerry O'Brian as The Narrator. The voice of Big Brother is provided by legendary 4th Dr Who, Tom Baker. Both are supported by a talented ensemble of Tasmanin-based actors, including Chris Rattray.
Season: Saturday June 15. 2019 at 8pm.

Albert Hall:Launceston.
Bookings 6331 0052.

   


Earl of Whimsy with Bill Bailey

After the 2016 sell-out tour, Larks in Transit, the UK's very own straggle-haired polymath, Bill Bailey returns to Australia with his new comedy and music extravaganza Earl of Whimsy.
It has Bill's trademark blend f satire and surrealism, dtories and dismantled jokes, crowd sing-alongs, weird instruments and musical showstoppers. But there's a distinctly historical feel to this show. With its tales of Britain's past and present. of ancient Viking battles, of Shakespeare's contibution to comedy, and Bill's own ancestry, this is both a mockery and a celebration of national identity.
It;s also a journey of discovery. We find out where Knock Knock jokes came from, how we got days of the week, and why Nicky Minaj rejected a puffin smaple for her latest single. There are lively audience discussions, a mass German singalong, and even some Cockney crab-dancing. Something for everyone.
Season: Tuesday November 13. 2018 at 8pm.


   

 

Burnie Arts and Function Centre

 


 

HOBART Theatre Royal

Bookings: 61 3 6233 2299

 


 

Launceston Princess Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 6323 3666



Tasmanian Independent Country Music Awards

Recognising independent artistsd, internationally, nationally and statewide. Artists appearing on the night include 2017 Tasmanina International Artist of the Year Aly Cook from NZ, Tony Clark from the UK and 2017 Tasmanian Legend Award Winner Gina Timms.
Season: Saturday October 13. 2018 at 6pm,

Tasmanian Music Festival 2018

Mutiple venues throughout Northern Midlands - Evandale & Longford.

Packages:
Your Festival Package entitles you to 8 fabulous performances over three days, and an excvlusive dinner in Australi's grandest Georgian mansion, Carendon House prior to the opening concert. Afterwards enjoy a party at the newly refurbished Clarendon Arms Hotel in Evandale and the chance to meet all the Festival artists
Saturday has three senstational concerts beginning with the Gregoryan Brothers in the atmospheric Uniting Church followed by the Tinalley String Quartet in the new Woolmer's Nigel Peck Centre. with afternoon tea amongst the famous Woolmer's rose garden. Then an evening spent listening to the glorious music of Hndel by candle-light in Christ Church Longeford.
On Sunday morning special coaches will take Festival Package holders to the eight concerts of Bach in the Barns and back to Josef Chromy Vineyards for a sumptious lunch, at which three musicians will be in conservation with Christopher Lawrence.
Season: October 26 - 28. 2018.

The Sound of Music

This November, Launceston's Encore Theatre Company is celebrating the 10th anniversary with a dazzling new production of the world's favourite musical at the Princess Theatre>
Set amidst the splndour of the Austrian Alps, rodgers and Hammerstein's beloved classic has won the hearts of audiences the world over, The Sound of Music is the enchanting story of Maria, a spirited young novice who, unsure of whether the monastic life is her true calling, leaves the abbey to become a governess. Endearing herself to a family of seven motherless children and winning the heart of their stern widowed father, Maria discovers that the power of music and the magic of love may be all she needs to find her way.
Season: November 1 - 17. 2018

John Williamson: The Butcherbird Tour

Australian icon John Williamson will celebrate the release of his 52nd album, Butcherbird, with a national tour of the same name. Over the next 18 months he will share his ;atest original compositions complemented by sngs from his massive back catalogue of constantly requested favourites from an amazing 48 year career.
The tour will again see Williamson take his auience on a journey through the country, combining humour, tomance, enviromental issues, travelling songs and camfire storiexs woven together by the master storyteller's songs. Unlike much of today's music, John's songs have real meaning./ His new songs are no exception. The passage of time and life itself is captured in striking images. New songs such asDon't Forget Me whne I'm Gone and Looking for a Story will bring his audience to tears, balanced by the humour od songs sudh as When my Horse Comes In andSimpson Desert. Never one to shy away from contovesy or issues He's passionate about, Pigs on the River will be applauded, Buddy and Jim pays tribute to the industry's founders. It's no wonder he is one of the most sought-after live performers in Australia.
Season: Saturday February 23. 2019 at 8pm.


 

 


Cairns Civic Theatre
Bookings: 61 7 4050 7777

 

 

 

Cairns Centre of Contemporary Arts

 

 

 

Cairns Choral Society Hall
Greenslopes St. Cairns

 

 

 
     
     

 

Cairns Convention Centre
Bookings 1300 855 835

Anh 'Evening with Jonathan Thurston

From humble beginnings to rising through the ranks collecting every individual rugby league accolade and team honour, Johnathan Thurston is a once in a generation footballer. With a nomination in 2018 for Australian of the Year Johnathan has a passion for education and keadership, particularly representing the Austrlaian indigenous community.
Season: Saturday October 27. 2018 at 7pm..

Deadly 60 Down Under

Star of the hit TV series /deadly 60, Steve Backshall is bringing his brand new show Deadly Down Under 60 to Cairns for the first time these summer school holidays/
Don't miss Steve's most exciting show featuring some of Australia's deadliest animals liove on stage.
Join Steve as he shares stories and videos from his australian adventures, plus ther will be loads of audience participation and lots ofstage fun.
Season: Saturday January 5. 2019 Venue: Great Hall Cairns Convention Centre. Foors open 12.15pm. Show opens 1pm.

 

Cairns Little Theatre

Rondo Theatre
48 Greenslopes St. Edge Hill

 

Tanks Arts Centre
46 Collins Avenue Cairns
Bookings: 61 7 4032 6600

Tommy Little & Luke McGregor - Live

Two of the biggest names in Australian comedy - Tommy Little and Luke McGregor are bringing their bromance to Cairns this October.

Tommy Little is an unrivalled storyteller and his energy and infectious performances haver ensured his audiences have grown in numbers year by year through the sort of word by mouth others can only dream of."
Luke McGregor will be fresh from the freezing cold Tasmanina set of Rosehaven, the ABC TV he co-writes and stars in, alongside his best mate Celia Pacquola. Con't miss one of Australia's favourite comedians - being awkward live on stage,.
Season: Friday October 19 - Saturday October 20. 2018 at 7pm. Venue: Tank 5

Twelfrth Night

A zany parable of how pranks, pretences and pursuit can be taken overboard.
Shipwrecked twins spark a case of mistaken gender identity on the fantastical Cruise line 'Illyria'. Horse-play turns into persecution amidst passengers who look like us, holiday makers, entertainers and crew rollicking through the decks of a luxury ship.
Ausian (Australian Sign Language), infuses the script using a diverse cast of Deaf and Hearing actors.
Tropical Arts 10th production is Shakespeare as it should be, an exciting pageant, accessible to all and full of ral people of different abilities having a whole load of fun.
Season: Friday October 19 - Saturday October 27. 2018 Times" Friday October 9 at 7pm. SDaturday October 11 at 11am, & 7pm, Tuesday October 23. School matinee 11am. Wednesday October 24 School matinee at 11am. Thursday October 25 Friday 26 Saturday 27 at 7pm. Vn\enue: Tank 3

Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase

The Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase Tour will be tearing up the freeways of Australia for the sixth year in a row to bring the creme de la creme of the 2018 Festival to Cairns.
Expertly curated and lovingly presented, the Showcase will feature some of the Festival's hottest acts live on stage for an incredible two hours of hard-hitting laughter. Bosting a line-up of veteran favourites, international stars, and some of the freshest emerging talents, this jam-packed night of pure entertainment will leave you soer from belly laughs.
Season: Frisay October 26. 2018 at 8pm Venue" Tank 5.

   

 

The Superjesus

Twenty yearson from their iconic album Sumo hitting number two on the ARIA Chart, the Superjesus are are back and are bringing their bangin' Aussie rock eouns to Cairns this November.
Following the re-release of their plaatinum selling album Sumo. The Superjesus are itching to celebrate, hitting the road with a massive national tour and the experienced rockers are more than ready to give their fans what they've been waiting vor.
Season: Saturday November 17. 2018 Show at 7.30pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

Keb'Mo'

Keb' Mo' has cultivated a reputation as a modern master of American roots music through the understated excellence of his live and studion peroformances.
It all took off for Keb' in 1984 with a self-titled release and over the years has proven that he is a musical force that defies typical benre labels. With 14 albums, 4 Grammy Awards from 11 nimination, 11 Blues Foundation Awards and 6 Broadcast Music Inc. Awards for his work in TV and film.
Season: Saturday April 13. 2019

   
     

 

Munro Martin Parklands
Cnr Sheridan & Florence Streets Cairns
Booking 1300 855 835

 

TTThe Young Company Theatre

 

 

 

The Events Centre
Caloundra

 

Rewdlands Performing Arts Centre
Cleveland

 

 


EMPIRE THEATRE
Bookings: 1300 655 299

Gladstone Entertainment Centre

Gladstone

 

 

Gold Coast Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 7 5588 4000

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The Hilton Hotel
Cairns.
Bookings:Ticket Link

 

 

Jute Theatre Cairns
Bookings: 1300 855 835

 

 

Karnak Theatre Mossman
Bookings: 61 7 4098 9555

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Mackay Entertainment & Convention Centre
Bookings: 61 7 491 9700

 

 

Pilbeam Theatre Rockhampton
Bookings: 61 7 4927 4111

 

 


Townsville Civic Centre
Bookings:61 7 4727 9797

 

 

 

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Townsville Dancenorth

     

 

   
     

 

Adelaide Chamber Singers
Bookings:61 8 8352 1329

 


   
     
     

 

Adelaide Festival Centre
Bookings: Bass 131 246

 

 

Bangarra Dance Theatre

Barossa Arts & Convention Centre
Bookings: 61 8 8561 4299

 

Her Majesty's Theatre Adelaide

 

Tea Tree Gully - Golden Grove ArtsCentre
The Golden Way, Golden Grove
Bookings 61 8 8397 7429

 



   
     
     

Holden Street Theatres
34 Holden St. Hindmarsh
Bookings: 61 8 8225 89888

 

The Purple List ... a gay dementia venture

The Purple List opens on the wedding day of Sam and Derek. They did all the things a normal couple did. They argued, they had mates and went on marches. Then... well, things changed. Derek was diagnosed with dementia and their lives tuened upside down - but sometimes for the better.
Told from Sam's point of virw, the play is a touching, sad, yet often funny, in sightinto the lives of these two gay men as they navigate their way through the care system and the changes in their personal relationdhips.
Season: November 11 at 4pm. November 13 - 14 at 8pm. November 15 - 17 at 6.30pm and November 18, 2018 at 4pm.

 
 
 
     

 

Mt. Gambier Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre

Bookings:61 8 8723 8741

 


Noarlunga - Hopgood Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 8207 3977

 

 

Port Lincoln
NAUTILUS THEATRE
Bookings: 61 8 8261 2351

 

US THEATRE
Bookings: 61 8 8683 5088



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Pt. Pirie Keith Michell Theatre
Bookings:61 8 8633 8500

 

Renmark Chaffey Theatre
Bookings: 8586 1800

 

Tanunda Brenton Langbein Theatre
Bookings: 8563 0205

 

 

 

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Whyalla Middleback Theatre
Bookings: 8644 7300


 

 




Dunstan Playhouse Adelaide Festival Centre
Bookings:61 8 131 246

Northern Territory

Darwin Entertainment Centre

 

 

 



His Majesty's Theatre
Perth.
Bookings: 61 08 925 0900



 

Regal Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 9484 1133
Regal Theatre

Albany Entertainment Centre
Bookings: 61 08 9844 5000

 

 


Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre Bunbury
Bookings 1300 661 272


 

Carnarvon Civic Centre
Bookings: 61 8 9941 1146
Carnavon Civic Centre

 

Geraldton - Queens Park Theatre Geraldton
Bookings: 61 8 9956 6662


 

 


 

 

Esperance Civic Centre
Bookings: 61 8 9083 1566
Esperance Civic Centre

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Karawatha Walkington Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 9159 6860
Karratha - Walkington Theatre

 

 

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Kalgoorlie Goldfields Arts Centre
Kalgoolie Goldfields Arts Centre

 

 

Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 8 9550 3900
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

 

 

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Margaret River Culteral Centre
Bookings: 61 8 9758 7316

 

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Matt Dann Culteral Centre Port Headland
Bookings: 61 8 9140 1053
Matt Dann Culteral Centre - Port Hedland

 

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Regal Theatre

 

 

 

 

 

 



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