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

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
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
Palais 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


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


Hobart Theatre Royal

Launceston Princess Theatre

West Australia
Albany Town
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


Alexander Theatre
Monash University
Wellington Rd. Clayton





Ararat Performing Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5352 2181

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Bookings:61 3 5333 5888





Benalla Performing Arts Centre
Bookings:61 3 5762 5515





Bookings: 61 3 5434 6100


Capitol Theatre


Ross Noble Jabber Jabber Jamboree

To cvelebrate his milestoe, ross invites you to join him for an evening of the sort of inpired nonsense that has cemented his place as the supreme aster of stream -of-conscios, freewheeling stand-up.
This is a chance to see Noble on stage, in his natural habitat. What is it about? What will we learn? How will it change the world? These are all pointless questions to ask when Noble id off on one of his tangents.
Season: Saturday June 3. 2023 at 8pm. BOOK NOW click on

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Bendigo Bank Theatre
Ground Floor of The Capital



JB Osborne Theatre
Crusoe College Olympic Parade
Kangaroo Flat.


Ulumbarra Theatre

Bookings: 03 5434 6100






The Ring Cycle Culteral Festival

The Festival presents three Ring Cycles alongside recitals featuring star- soingers, gala dinners on stage, talks, exhibitions and a full day Wagner symposium. All four Ring operas will be staged in full at the acoustically impressive Ulumbarra Theatre. Drawing attention from international opera lovers, over half the full cycle ticjets have alrady been sold, including 30% to interstate and international buyers.
The not-for-profit organisation's 45 million production will employ over250 Australian singers, musicians, creatives and technicians. The exclusively regional production is expected to drive major toerism to Bendigo with three full Ring Cycles performed over six weeks.
Australian opera goers and curious audience members have a final chance to preview Melbourne Opera's Ring Cycle vi a special Sunday performance od Siegfried in Concert. The cnert features ther 90-piece Melbourne POpera Orchestra, and directly follows Wagner specialist conductor Negus' highly successful productions of Die Walkûre with the English National Opera at Lodon's famed Colosseum and at his famous Longborough Festival Opera.
A superb Australian cast has been assembled for Siegdried in Concert with Warwick Fyfe as Wotan, Lee Abrahmson as Brunnhilde, Simon Meadows as Albrich, Deborah Hummble as Erda, Steven Gallop as Fafner, Bradley Daley as Sigfried, Rebecca Rashleigh as Woodbird andd Robert Macfarlane as Mime.
Anthony Negus describes how Siegfried's score referneces The Ring's first opera Das Rheingold, which he travelled to Australia to direct at the regent Theatre in February 2021.
"The mysterious opening over a long deep timpani roll and Mime's bgrooding bassoon leads into a reliving of the great build-up in rheingold scene four, where the gold is brought up to wotan and Loge by the Nibelungs.
Siegfried follws a quest for identity, culminating in the thrid act,"there is an enormous exhileration to this closing scene in which Brunnhilde's resistance is finally conquered, and the mountain top is bathed in blazing C major light," says Negus."
The Ring Cycle Cultural Festival features an all-Australian cst accompanied by internationally acclaimmed singers, and led by creatively gifted director, Suzanne Chaundy. Suzanne is excited to crown her immense staggered staging of Wanger's epic Ring with an even bigger undertaking, a seaswon of three full cucles. She discusses her direction of Siegried, ahead of the concert performence.
" Siegfried emerges - both literally and meataphorically - from darkness to light as he pieces togetner who he is and meets his destiny. We will tell this tale as an adult fairy tale. full of mythical horror and deep-seatd psychological yearning "says Chanudy.
Wagner's Ring totals 17 hours of stage time aross four operas, and is known to be the inspiration behind many great themes, stories and soundtracks acrss the ages. The plot is understood to have inspired Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, and the score inckudes highlights such as Siegfreid's Rhine Journey and Funeral March. Wotan's Farewell and the infamous Ride of teh Valkyries, known to modern audiences as Apocalypse Now.
Eadh cycle will be performmed over two weeks at the Ulumbarra Theatre ensouraging longer stays in bnedigo region, which has hosted a a range of internatonalarts and cultural exhibitions and evnets in rexent years.
"}Season: March 24 - April 30. 2023.

















































The Engine Room
58 View St. Bendigo
Bookings: 61 3 5434 6100




Sutton Grange Winery
1 Carnocchan's Rd Sutton Grange



Bunjil Place
2 Patrick Northeast Dve
Narre Warren





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





Children's Theatre





Cardinia Culteral Centre Pakenham

Bookings: 1300 1300 887 624887 624

Morning Melodies



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Phee Broadway Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 5434 6100


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Clocktower Centre

Bookings: 61 3 9243 9191.




Chidren's and Family Shows






Colac Otway Performing Arts

Bookings: 61 3 5232 2077


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Booking: 61 3 8470 8280
Darebin Performing Arts Centre.

Morning Music





Chidren's Theatre Series 2013


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Drum Theatre Dandenong

Bookings: 61 3 9771 6666





Encore! The Music Series


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Echuca Paramount Theatre
Bookings: 61 3 5482 3399
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Frankston Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 3 9784 1060


BOOKINGS:61 3 9699 3253

Booking: 61 3 5225 1200



Gippsland Performing Arts Centre
32 Kay St.
Bookings: 03 5176 3333


Mr Stink

David Williamson's award-winning book comes to life on stage for children 6 - 12 ... and their adults.

"Mr Stink stank. He also stunk. And if it was correct Engkish to say he stinked, then he stinked as well.
It all starts when Chloe, just about the loniest girl in the world, makes friends with Mr Stink, the local tramp. Sure he smwlls a bit, but he's the only person who's ever been nice to her. So, when Mr Stink needs a place to stay, Chloe decides to hide him in the garden shed.
Now Chloe's got to make sure no one finds out her secret, but she's about to learn that some secrets have a way of leading to disaster. And speaking of secrets, there just might be more to Mr Stink than meets the eye...or nose.
Season: Tuesday April 4. 2023 at 12pm & 2pm.

On by Circa

After the smash hits of Humans 20, Carnival of the Animals and Peepshow. Brisbane;s golbally renowned Circa returns with their newest creation On By Circa.

A chnce encouner. A touch. An improbable connection On by Circa follow eight strangers whose lives cross in the courtyard of an apartment block. Over the course pf a single night they will fight, love, laugh and find moments f beauty and transcendence.
Season: Saturday April 22. 2023 at 8pm.

Joe Avati: When I was your age World Tour

The internationally renowned comedian is back aget 15 years to present his hilarious new show... and he asks you to leave yur political correctness at the door

In Joe Avati's hilarious new show When I was Your Age he tackles the 'then verus now' generational differences of today's children. He explores the complexities of mosern day parenting compared to the strict upbrining of yester year. Threaded throughout all of this, he tackles the minefieldf of cancel culture, the woke brigade and why people are over political correctness.
His observations are not only deadly accurate but extremely relatable to all ages.
He asks you to leave your political correctness at the door.
Season: Friday May 5. 2023 at 8pm.

Creedence Clearwater Collective

Clearwater Revival, as we walk through the life and music of one of the world's most iconic bands - from the songs they wrote to the songs covered, to the songs they wrote for others.
From their debut album in 1968 to their last album in 1972 CCR was a juggernaut of the phenomenal proportions. No other band has created such an impact in such a short timer.
The Creedence Clearwater Collective brings to the stage a six piece band - with a guest Saxaphonist and a vocalist that emulates John Fogarty's distinct vocals - to recapture the uniquw CCR sound.
Season: Thursday May 18. 2023. at 7.30pm.





Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
Bookings:61 3 5573 0429

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










The Basement


Wesley Performing Arts Centre
Bookings:61 3 5382 4343



Horsham Town Hall






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WODONGA 61 2 6021 7433




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Karralyka Theatre

Bookings: 61 3 9879 2933






Morning Music - all shows start at 10.30am - morning tea from 9.30am



Stephen K. Amos

Luverly Stephen K. Amos returns to Australia due to overwhelming popular demand. Fresh from treading the boards in London's West End, Stepehn is back doing what he does best: stand up comedy.

Join Stephen as he muses over the extraorfinary events the world has faced over the last couple of years. How did you get through it? Stepehen's solution ... find the funny. When the world gives Dtepehn lemons, he simply adds gin, tonic, ice and a healthy dose of laughter.
Season: Tuesday April 18. 2023 at 7.30pm.

Cirquw Mother Africa

Celebrating 15 years and direct from sell-out Broadway season, Cirque Mother Africa is returning to Australia in 2023 with an all new show featuring the amazing and to hand balancing act as seen on Australia's Got talent perrforemd by the Ramadhan Brothers.
Season: Friday April 28. 2023 T 5PM & 7.30PM.


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








Kingston Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 9556 4440

Morning Melodies

Morning Melodies returns for 2023 with a special Valentine;s Day performance of it Takes Two with Morning Melodes sweethearts Karla Hallam and Jonathan Guthrie--Jones performing their favourited from stage, screen and everything in betwee.
Season: tuesday February 14 at 10.30am Duration 90 minutes.


Blue - the songs of Joni Mitchell

The songs of Joni Mitchell, os a beguiling night of melancholic songs, poetic storytelling and haunting vocals.|
Australian cabaret chatreuse and mudical theatre star, Queenie van de Zandt, renowned for her artful storytelling and raw, emotive vocals, brings to you the songs and art of the musical legend that is Joni Mitchell.
SeasonL Friday June 2. 2023 at 7.30pm Duration 70 minutes.

The Robbie Williams Experience

The Spicy Girls present sn sction-packd show you won;t be able to watch wothout singing and dancing along, featuring the cream of Melbourne's female and vocal performer talen. The sit back or get up and dance to the amazing Louie Lee Feltrin while he entertains you with his No 1 Australian Robbie Williams tributeshow singing all the major hits.
Season: Friday February 24. 2023 Food Truck 8.30pm. Spicy Girls at 8pm. Robbie Williams Experience at 9.30pm.


Dolly Diamon - Back in Business

Award-winning, sharp tongued cabaret diva Dolly Diamond returns to Kingston Arts Theatre for a night of inimitable Dolly style cabaret with sugar, spice, and only a little bit nice. Brilliantly accompanied by her 5-oieced band, she can't wait to be back in business.
Season: Friday February 7. 2023 at 7.30pm. Duation 80minutes.


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Latrobe Regional Performing Arts Centre
Grey St. Traralgon





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






Bookings: 03 5018 8322



Chris Connor - Elvis - Live in Australia this show respectively and authentically recreates Elvis at his very best. Selling out in all theatres across the UK. YHou will simply feel that you have been transported back in time.
There is only one Elvis Preley. however fans all around the world are talking about Chris Connor who is remarkably so very close to Elvis in both looks and voice and mannerisms.
Season: Wednesday February 15. 2023.

Soweto Gospel Choir - Hope

Hope is an all-new concert by three time Grammy-winning Soweto Gospel Choir - celebrating songs and anthems from the Freedom movement of Nelson Mandela;s South Africa back to the Civil Rights Movement of Martin Luther King'[s 1950s America.
Hope opens with a roausing program of South African freedom songs before the repetoire echoes down through time to the USA with beautiful renditions of the protest music of the Civil tights Movement.
Season: Tuesday February 28. 2023 at 7.30pm

Bats Out of Hell

Bat out of Hell the album and show that kicked off Chocalate Starfish's acclaimed Classic Album Series, is back in 2023 by overwhelming demand.
The exhilerating show features the full Bat out of Hell albumplus classic songs by the master himself, Jim Steinman, and then capped off with Chocolate Starfish hits...
Season: Satyrday March 11. 2023

Get Rhythm - A tribue to Johhny Cash and June Carter

Calling all Cash fans! Don't miss your chancve to relive the magic of the count's most famous couple, Mark and Joamme Caligiun star in Get Rhythm - A Tribute to Johny Cash and June Carter, a show celebrating their love and music.
Season: Saturday March 18. 2023. at 7.30pm.

Anh Do - The Happiest Refugee Live !

Anh Do's best selling book The Happiest Refugee has made readers laugh and cry and was described by Russell Vrowe as "the most surprising and inspiring read that I have had for years." Anh's stage show takes it a step further, combining stand-up comedy with real-life scones, photos and filmed pices to tell his amazing story.
When one of Australia's most talented comedians dleves deep into his own life's joys and sorrows, the results is an unforgettable night at the theatre that leaves an audience uplifted and wuite simply experience happiness.
Season: Thusday March 21. 2023. at .30pm.



























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












Palais Theatre St. Kilda

Bookings: 61 3 136 100 or


Victorian Opera Season






Bookings:61 3 9217 2317

Morning Melody







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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

Garry Starr Performs Everything

Disgraaced garry Starr defies his critics by performing every genre of theatre possibel, thus saving the performing arts from extinction.
Starr fears through genres with little regard for art, [roving his talents to himself, his adoring fans and those who question hs ability,.
SWeason: Friday March 17. 2023 at 8pmn.


Wallflowering by award-winning Australian playwright Peta Murray is a delightfully, amusing and poignant play about the nature of marriage anf the pursuit of happiness and the perferct foxtrot.
Season: Monday April 3. 2023 at 7.30pm tuesday April 4. 2023 at 11am.


By Bunk Puppet

A jaunty new adventure from the DIY masters of puppetry and theatrical wizardry, Bunk Puppets, promises to rip open your imagination with a cast of slapdash puppets, bizarre chartacters and rivetting illusios.
Season: Wednesday April 12. 2023 at 10am & 1pm. DurationL 65 minutes.











Swan Hill Town Hall

Bookings: 61 3 5036 2444

The Wedge
Wellington Entertainment Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5143 3200

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Bookings: 03 5966 4500



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Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5722 8105






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Warrnambool Regional Performing Arts &
Conference Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5561 5233


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Bookings: 5559 4999
185 Timor St. Warrnambool





Bookings: 61 3 5624 2456



I'm Every Woman

Acelebration of one of the greatest voices of our time. I'm Every Woman is an unforgettable experience that brings Whitney;s greatest hits to life.
Season: Saturday Rebruary 11. 2023 at 7.30pm.

The Whitlams

The Whitlams classic album Eternal Nightcap turns 25 this year and the band is marking the anniversary by playing the album in its entirety followed by a Greatest Hits set.
Season: Saturday Debruarty 18. 2023 at 8pm.

The Black Sorrows in Concert

Joe Camilleri & The Black Sorrows are back on thr road fore a seried of huge shows around Australia and are looking forward to performng at West Gippsland arts Centre.
Season: Saturday February 25 . 2023 at 8pm.

The Snow Queen - Victorian State Ballet

Featuring internationally recognised artists in the leading roes.
Based on the well-known classic fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen The Snow Queen is a beautifu ballet that portrays the heart-warming story of the young Gerda and her struggle against an evil and icy foe.
Full of magical imagery, intigue, drama and suspense this performance is suitable for all agers.
Season: Sunday March 19. 2023 at 2.30pm.



Westside Performing Arts Centre Shepparton
Bookings: 61 3 5832 9511

Williamstown Town Hall




Bookings: 61 3 9262 6555
One Community
184 Surrey Rd. Blackburn.


The Big Chill

The baby boomers in the classic 1980s movie The Big Chill, amongst revelations and regrets, wondered how they could possibility in their 30s already! As they contemplated the rush toward the inevitable , an unforgettable soundtrack of iconic songs was interspersed throughout their drama-filled lives.
Season: Saturday September 10. 2-22 at 8 pm.

The Alphabet of Awesome Science

Join professors Lexi Con and Noel Edge ( the word nerd and the Science Frak) for a thrilling, multi award -winning voyage through the alphabet - where great big chewy sesquipedalian words inspire blowing scientific surprises.
Season: Wednesday September 28. 2022 at 1pm.

Summer of the SeventeethDoll

Ray Lawler's much-loved tale of Queensland cane cutters and Melourne barmaids as endured, not through nodtalgia, not because it spawned a new age in Australian writing, because the characters and their dilemmas are so true, so beautifully observed, so humurous and so poignant to a contemporary audience.
For 16 years,m two Queensland cane cutters have worked the ounishing routine up north in the sugar cane fields for seven months of the year and travelled back t Melbourne to meet up for five months of partying and romance with their barmaid girlfriends. This 17th summer everything is different. This off-season will prove challenging for them all as truths are told and lives unravel.
Season: Friday September 30. 2022 at 8pm & Saturday Octobewr 1. 2022 at 2pm.

This is Us: A Musical Reflection of Australia

Two of Australia's most beloved musicias, acclaimed guitarists Slava and Leonard Grigoryan have created a suite of music inspried by objects personally selected from the National Museum of Australia;s vast collection tracing Australia's diverse and complex history.
From ancient Arnhem Land and ochre to Don Bradman's first cricket bat and Fred Hollow's lns case; from a convict love token to the prototype Holden motor car. This is Us takes us on a evocative and unforgettable musical journey theough Australia's history and heritage.
Season: Saturday November 19. 2022 at 8pm.

Midweek Matinees

Some Enchanted Evening

Join us for a very special event paying tribute to the timeless music of Rosgers and Hammerstein. Featuring your favourite tunes from Carousel, The King and I, The Siound of Music and many more, this is truly an enchanted concert of exquisite songs from the golden age of musicals.
Season: Wednesday October 12. 222 at 11am.

Christmas Morning

Roy best and AlisonJones will be joined by Australia's fastest rising piano virtuoso William Schmidt in a highly entertaining show that will be just the ticket to warm your hearts leading into Christmas.
Season: Wednesday December 7. 2022 at 11am.





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

The Barber of Seville

Beyond haircuts and beard trims, this canny barber is the city's matchmaking maestro!

Almaviva is wealthy and head over heels. Rosina is witty, pretty and just as smitten. She's also conveniently betrothed. They need a plan. time to call on:Fi-ga-ro!
The stage is set for comic chaos. Our enterprising barber Figaro has wits and tricks as sharp as his razors. It takes all of his clever disguises, subterfuge and scheming to wrangle a romantic encounter for the would be lovers.
The Barber of Seville fizzes and pops with lyrical acrobats and irrestible funny characters. Rossini's most famous 'opera buffa' is a musical masterpiece with a storyline that would be equally at home in a Hollywood rom-com. Opera Australia's finest voices and a live orchestra deliver a score that is instantly familiar from renditions in movies, cartoons and commercials. Here, the frothy humour is intoxicating and the chorus revels in every uproarious escapade.
Delight in a romp along the road to true love! this is opera at its light-heared, effervescent best.
Season: September 15 - 17. 2022


Darwin Entertainment Centre



Albury Entertainment Centre




Riverina Theatre: 61 2 6931 9466

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Bookings: 61 2 6333 6161





Laycock Street Theatre




Griffith Regional Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 6961 8369

Civic Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 4929 1977




Orange Civic Theatre


Riverside Theatre






Roslyn Packer Theatre




The Glasshouse
Port Macquarie




Panthers-Evan Theatre
Bookings: 61 2 136100



Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre





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Illawara Performing Arts Centre




Burnie Arts & Function Centre
Bookings: 61 3 6430 5850


Earls Arts Centre





Burnie Arts and Function Centre



HOBART Theatre Royal

Bookings: 61 3 6233 2299


Into the Woods

is an epic fairy tale that brings together everyone's favourite storybook characters in a darkly entertaining comedy. A Baker and his wife, Cinderella, Jack, Little Red Riding Hood, JKack Norris ( Cinderella's Prince/Wolf) and Katie Green (Lucinda) all returning from interstate for this outstanding production.
Experience the thrill of one of Broadway;s mst belovfed shows, live on the Theatre Royal maqinstage with dazzling staging and costumes and a superb 15 - piece orchestra. Season October 1 - 15. 2022



Big Bands Delight



Dance, music and projections are harnessed to explore what it means to keep the flame alive for 60 thousand years, covering the jorney of the palwa people and the island of lutruwita/Tasmania/
Tuylpa is the spark of fore. Through a weightless universe the spark of fire travels slowly drawing all elements togeher. The eternal spark that's been handed down since the beginning oftime through generations of cermonial knowledge custodien]s. A reminder of responsibility that we are country that is andient and culturally significent. tuylpa is born from deep time, when the sun and moon lapse there is creation and of the oldest living culture.
Season: October 21 - 22. 2022.

by pakana kanaplila nad Sonia Lumia.
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Launceston Princess Theatre

Bookings: 61 3 6323 3666



Garden on the Moon

Garden on th Moon is set in adjoining backyards, as aliens may or may not be about to invade Earth when Livia discovers retho living in the neighbour's garden shed.
ISeaswon: October 19 - 22. 2022


La Cenerentola

Victorian Opera and the Tasmania Symphony Orchestra return to Launceston's Princess Theatre with heart-warming and hilarious new semi-staged production of Rossini's classic opera buffa La Cenerentolais a parable.

Angelina, known as Cenerentola, lives with a generous spirit daspite the cruelty of her stepsisters, Clarinda and Tisbe, and stepfather Don Magnifico. As Prince Ramiro searches for a wife, he cunnkly incovers everyomne's true nature - cue diguises, hijinks and romance. Beyond the belly laughs, the essence of La Cenerentola is a parable of fogegiveness.
Season: Friday November 25. 2022 7.30pm.


Earl Arts Centre





Cairns Civic Theatre
Bookings: 61 7 4050 7777




Cairns Performing Arts Centre
Bookings: 1800 855 835







Cairns Choral Society Hall
Greenslopes St. Cairns





Cairns Convention Centre
Bookings 1300 855 835


Cairns Little Theatre

Rondo Theatre
48 Greenslopes St. Edge Hill


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






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


TTThe Young Company Theatre




The Events Centre



Rewdlands Performing Arts Centre



Bookings: 1300 655 299

Gladstone Entertainment Centre



Gold Coast Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 7 5588 4000



The Hilton Hotel
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



The Star
Gold Coast





Townsville Civic Centre
Bookings:61 7 4727 9797




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Townsville Dancenorth





Adelaide Chamber Singers
Bookings:61 8 8352 1329



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Adelaide Festival Centre
Bookings: Bass 131 246




Bangarra Dance Theatre

Barossa Arts & Convention Centre
Bookings: 61 8 8561 4299


Cupola The Garden of UInearthly Delights






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





Mt. Gambier Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre

Bookings:61 8 8723 8741

Noarlunga - Hopgood Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 8207 3977



Port Lincoln
Bookings: 61 8 8261 2351


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





Tennant Creek






His Majesty's Theatre
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
Kalgoorlie Goldfields Arts Centre



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







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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