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
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






Ararat Performing Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 5352 2181

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Benalla Performing Arts Centre
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Bookings: 61 3 5434 6100


Capitol Theatre


Children's Theatre


Bendigo Chamber of Music Festival

Welcome to the inaugural Bendigo Chamber Music Festival. Bendigo is thrilled to launch this important new addition to the Vicotrian arts calenderwith our partners Bendigo Major Events and the Capital Theatre. This new festival will bring world clas chamber musicians from around the world and australiato Bendigo for 215 concerts between Februar 5 and 9. 2020.
The festival will be divided into four concert series throughout the five days - an 11am Morning Recital series a 2pm Inside and Out Conversation Series, a 5pm Dusk Series and an evening Summer Nights Gala series.

Season: Summer Night Series 1 - Opening Gala

Wednesday February 5. 2020 at 7.30pm.

Thursday February 6. 2020 at 11am Venue: Forest St. Uniting Church

Summer Night Series 2 - A Year in the Life of Beethovem.

Thursday February 6. 2020 at 7.30pm.

Moring Recital Series 2 - A Moring with the Australian Youth Orchestra/
Friday February 7. 2020. at 11am. Venue: Forest Street Uniting Church

Season: Summer Nights 3 - A Night with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Friday February 7. 2020 at 2pm.

Season: Morning Recital Series 3: Andrew Goodwin and Daniel Borah Saturday February 8. 2020,. at 11am Venue: Forest Street Uniting Church

Season: Dusk Series 3 Saturday February 8. 2020. at 5pm. Venue: Bendigo Art Gallery.

Season: Summer Nights Series 3 - Mayor's Gala. Saturday February 8. 2020. a 7.30pm.

Season: Farewell Concert - Until Next Year Sunday February 9. 2020. at 11am.

Paty Griffin with Special Guests

Iconic singer-songwriter Paty Griffin has announced her highly anticipated return to Australia. Last here in 2008 for sold-out shows., the Texan peformer has attracted a cult-following with her intimately passionate performance style, telling heartfelt stories with her vivid, powerful vocal.
Season: March 5. 2020 at 7.30pm

Seeker Lover Keeper

Seeker Lover Keeper is the collaborative project of three of Australia's most beloved musicians; Sarah Blasko, Holly Throshy and Sally Seltmann. The band originated., as many things do, from a conversation in a pub. In 2007 Sarah and Holly went to see Sally play a show in Sydney, and the three ended up drinking and talking well into the night. At some point during the night s plsn arose: woulfn't it be fun to tour together sometime? Sally suggested they should start a band. Without hesitation, Sarah and Holly said yes.
After releasing their now-iconic and much-loved self-titled debut album in 2011 Seeker Lover Keeper undertook multiple tours aned then went their separate ways. Since then Sarah released three records, composed for film and television, and had a son. Holly wrote two novels. released an album, and had a daughter; and Sally relocated with her family to LA for a time, released an album, wrote a novel, and composed for television.
It wasn't until recently that they decded to come together again, 12 years after they first met aned 8 years since they played together. The album Wild Seeds with the extraordinary singles Superstr, Wild Seeds and Let It Out was released in 2019 to unanimous critical acclaim.
Season: March 29. 2020 at 4pm.

Echoes of Pink Floyd: A Journey through Time

After a well-earned break, Australia's largest scale Pink Floyd concept act Echoes of Pink Floyd are pleased to announce their all-new show for 2020 and 2021.
Entitled A Journey Through Time, the Adelaide-based band's latest show will take audiences on a musical and visual journey from Pink Floyd's earlist days as darlings of 1960s London's psychedelic underground, all the way to their 1990s powerhouse performances as the undisputed masters of stadium tock. IN addition, the shoe will provide insight into the amaziong evolution of the seminal English prog rockers throughout their history.
Audiences will be treeated to an extensive exploration of the band's impressive catalogue as the gang from Echos of Pink Floyd plays all of Pink Floyd's biggest smash hits as well as some lovingly hand-picked deep album cuts designed to please the most committed of ard-core fans.
Season: August 22. 2020 at 8pm.



Everyman - Stephen K Amos

Stephen K amos is on a mission to bring about world peace, or to at least bring about an evening of peace. Bringing acchingly funny anecdotes, hilarious takes on everyday and his infectious charm, Stephen will warm your cold, stiffened hearts. Join together with your fellow man and experience the universal language of laughter.
Season: April 8. 2020. at 8pm.


Bendigo Bank Theatre
Ground Floor of The Capital

Bendigo Chamber of Music Festival

Welcome to the inaugural Bendigo Chamber Music Festival. Bendigo is thrilled to launch this important new addition to the Vicotrian arts calenderwith our partners Bendigo Major Events and the Capital Theatre. This new festival will bring world clas chamber musicians from around the world and australiato Bendigo for 215 concerts between Februar 5 and 9. 2020.
The festival will be divided into four concert series throughout the five days - an 11am Morning Recital series a 2pm Inside and Out Conversation Series, a 5pm Dusk Series and an evening Summer Nights Gala series.
Season: Inside and Out Conservation Concert 2: The Piano Trio. Friday February 7. 2020. at 2pm.



JB Osborne Theatre
Crusoe College Olympic Parade
Kangaroo Flat.


Ulumbarra Theatre

Bookings: 03 5434 6100



Ross Noble: Humoured

What happens when pure comedy takes human form?
What happens when a creature is created and bred to stand up? nobody knows because that isn't a thing. What is a thing is Ross Noble doing a show.
Season: Friday February 28. 2020

Judith Lucy vs Men

Jusith Lucy is single again ... and 51.

She recently reflected on her entire history with men and concluded that maybe it was time to shut up shop.
Should Judith hang up her vagina for good?
Season: Friday March 13. 2020 at 7.30pm.

Celtic Illuaion REIMAGINED

Immerse yourself in the Irish Dance ande Grand Illusion sensation that has taken Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and the USA by storm, in its Nationwide tour 2020. This Celtic Illuaion Reimagined!
With new spellbinding illusions. music and choreography, Celtic Illusaion is the must see family event of 2020.
Season: Saturday June 27. 2020 at 7.20pm.


Bendigo Chamber of Music Festival

Welcome to the inaugural Bendigo Chamber Music Festival. Bendigo is thrilled to launch this important new addition to the Vicotrian arts calenderwith our partners Bendigo Major Events and the Capital Theatre. This new festival will bring world clas chamber musicians from around the world and australiato Bendigo for 215 concerts between Februar 5 and 9. 2020.
The festival will be divided into four concert series throughout the five days - an 11am Morning Recital series a 2pm Inside and Out Conversation Series, a 5pm Dusk Series and an evening Summer Nights Gala series.
Season: Dusk Series 2 Friday February 7. 2020 at 5pm.


Bohemian Rhapsody

Chocolate Starfish Productions is proud to present the blockbuster soundtrack to Bohemian Rhapsody Live in Concert.
After the huge success of their classic album Classic Album Series the Chocolae Starfish main-man Adam Thompson presents the blodkbuster soundtrack Bohemian Rhapsody live in concert.
Season: Satudrsay
February 8. 2020. at 8pm.

End of the Line - The music of The Travelling Wilburs

Rated by the Rolling Stone Magazine as the best Supergroup of all time, The Travelling Wilburysconsisted of superstars, Bob Dylan, George Hampson, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty who unexpectedly carved their way to critcal and commercial successes in the late 80s.
Season: Friday February 15. 2020. at 8pm.

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

Kabaret Dietrich

Reimagine a 1930s Speakeasy cabaret club in the Weimer Republic of Berlin.
Nikki Nouveau embodies the immortal memory of Marlene Dietrich in her timeless Kabaret Dietrich. A beautifully rendered musical biography and uniquely inspiring interpretation of one of the greatest style icons of our time.
At one time Hollywood's highest paid actress, Marlene Dietrich died penniless. Her fascinating story is reimagined through her famous character, Lola. Lola in the classic film The Blue Angel.

Kabaret fietrich is rich in satire and sophisticated sexuality, unmasking the trials of an ageing film star, from her early beginnings as a musician, an under-recognised performance career in cabaret and theatre, through to her eergance as a shining legend of the silver screen. Dietrich was at heart a gentleman, prepared to take on a amn's world in a man'e uniform with a man's daring.
Season; February 8. 2020 at 8.30pm




Sutton Grange Winery
1 Carnocchan's Rd Sutton Grange


The cast of professional actors will take you on a thrilling and dark journey that is Macbeth. Tempted by the prophecies of three mysterious witches, and encouraged by his power hungry wife, Macbeth will do anything to the king.
Shakespeare's rousing tragedy is filled with ferocious battles, supernatural horrors, stunning lanuage and some of the Bard's most vivid characters.
B ring your own picnic rug, or folding chair. This is an outdoor performance ( with the Barrel Hall as a back up in case of rain).
Gourmet hampers are available through the winery, or enjoy a pizza from the on-site food truck. Of course, all the favourite Fairbank and Sutton Grange wines will be on sale too. Gates and bar will be open at 5pm with live entrtainment as wel.
Seasonm: January 10 2020 at 7pm.



Bunjil Place
2 Patrick Northeast Dve
Narre Warren





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



Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow

A home-delivery of hot and tasty treats! A bounty of belly laughs is rolling into Burrinja - pack your laughing gear and get on board the hilarity and fun of the Melbourne International Comedy Roadshow! Gather a gaggle for a night of gigglrs and laugh out loud entertainment you won't forget with some of the best comedians of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival!
Season: Friday May 7. 2020. at 7.30pm.

A Cabaret Star for Hire

A recently retired showgirl discovers her new life's purpose - become a secret agent and uncover a global plot.
After 19 years of writing, performing and touring internationally, Australia's Cabaret Queen is quitting cabaret. Cabaret Star for Hire is part performance, part Aussie opera, part physical and musical comedy extravaganza with all-original songs and mysterious musings of an artist on the brink of superstardom or mental breakdown, or both. Anya Anastasia's brand new one woman show highlights her bizarre and riotous CV as she publivly seeks new employment.
Tired of the razzledazzle inst-gam "look at me I'm nailing it" shopwbiz. she has drafted this brazen showcase of one woman's failures- admitting to everything that she'd messed up or covered up in pursuit of her dreams, and the results is hilarious.
Season: May 23. 2020 at 7.30pm. Venue: Black Box Studio

I Have a Face

An honest and hilarious discussion ofr mental health with a theatrical twist.
Ever wondered if you're doing it right? Well did you read the label? Life didn't come with a label but you will be told your whole life how you should behave or who you should be. You will be told if you have a problem, there's a cuicl fix yoy can buy, but somehow the problem does'nt ever seem to go really go away.
Season: Thursday June 11. 2020 at 7.30pm Venue: Black box Studio






Children's Theatre

Ann Droid

A reworking of Pinocchio for the 21st century.

This unique show combines theatre qith the newest digital technologies; projection, a smart LED costume, a tobot ball ad a drone in a facinating story for all ages.
In the 21st century Pinocchio paraphrase the goal of Ann, the robot girl eho is to become human. During her wonderful journey on the ground, and in the air, and underwater she has to face many challenges that help her discover the most important values in life. Before the very eyes of the audience the drawn animation comes to life where performers move together with the projected visuals creating a 3D moviee experience.
Season: Thursday April 2. 2020. at 2pm.

Drop Bear

Drop Bear is a fantastic nre theatre show stgarring Australia's most loved comedy Rock duo, Aussie Kids Rock. Fun for the whole family. Cool guitarist C.J and the ever-comical, and sensational drummer Deano warn visitors to Australia of the dangers, including the dreaded drop bear.
Season: Wednesday April 8. 2020. at 11am.


We Remember - The Anzacs

Great songs of the war yerars/ We'll Meeet Again, Underneath the Lamplight, Keep the Home Fires Burning, Tipperary,. Pack up your Troubles, Blue Moon, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, with music to celebrate the careers of Dame Vera Lyn, The Andrew Sisters and many more ... as well as a special tribute to the 100 years of ANZAC.
Join us after the performance for a cup of tea and an aaANZAC biscuit.
Season: Sunday April 19. 2020 at 2pm.

Beethoven Celebration!

The Nicholas Chamber Orchestra presents a Beethoven Celebration on the occasion of his 250th Birthday year. The orchestra will present works of the master himself and others who admired him, or he admired, as a 'virtuoso pianist'.
Season: Sunday May 3. 2020. at 2pm.

You And I

A cavalcade of Musical Theatre Hits and Highlights, performed by those who have starred in many of them. Helpmann award winners Michel Cormick and Rachel Beck tale to the stage for two hours of incredible musical theatre performances creating a spellbound wall of sound.
Season: Friday May 7. 2020. at 7.30pm.

David Bridie

has produced six studio albums with No 1 Sowning, Waving and seven more beloved recently retired group My Friend the Chocolate Cake as well as innumerable film and telivision soundtrakls. David's sixth solo album release The Wesdom Line is an immersive multimedia projject exploring themes of Melbourne asylum, home, the transience of our relationships and trying to make genuine connections in an interconnected world where everyone is talking on their phones.
Season: Saturday May 16. 2020 at 7.30pm.


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.


2020 Season



American Song

If only you could find the moment thst started everything...
The latest play from acclaimed Austrsdlian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith, American Song tackles the confronting and heartbreaking issue of gun violence, reaching beyond national and cultural borders in an intimate exploration of love, forgiveness and parental responsibility.
Season: Thursday March 12, 2020, at 8pm. Duration 85 minutes. no interval

Summer of the Seventeeth Doll

From the canefields to the city, an iconinc Australian story of passion, bettersweet romance and the yearning for lost youth.
A beautifully observed, humorous and poignant play, Ray Lawler's much loved tale of two canecutters who for 16 years have wrked up north in the brutal sugar cane fields and travelled back to Melbourne to meet up for five months of partying and romance with their barmaid girlfriends.
but this seventeeth summer will prove challenging for them all.
Season: Saturday March 28. 2020 at 8pm. Duration 150 minutes, including interval.

The Sapphires

This much-loved Australian musical drama that is energetic, engaging and affirms life and the realisation of dreams, returns to the Clocktower stae after a sold out season in 20190.
Four young Aboriginal women from regional Australia, who like singing country music, suddenly get the chance to change their tune and their lives. Wearing squins an armed only with microphones they find themselves trying to spread joy in the hell that is Vietnam.
The ASapphirtes is a funny, heat-warming tale inspired by the true story of Tony Brigg's mother - the incredible story of four Yorta Yorta women, who sing classical soul hits against the backdrop pf personal changes and massive upheaval.
Season: Friday June 12. 2020. at 8pm. Duration 140 minutres, including interval.

Archie Roach: Tell Me Why

A new work sharing stories and songs from Archie's new memoir and companion album.
Not many have lived as many lives - from stolen child, teenage alcoholic, seeker, lover, father, musical and lyrical genius, to social advocate and First Natins Leader - but it took almost a lifetime to find who he really was. He is Archie Roach.
His new memoir Tell Me Why is an intimate, moving and often confronting account of his resilience and strength of spirit, and also a great love story. It's an extraordinary odyssey of love and heartbreak, family and community - and the healing power of music.
Season: Saturday July 4. 2020. at 8pm. Duration 80 minutes no interval.

A Migrant's Son

Igniting memories of a story that millions of Australians can relate to, Michaela burger paye tribute to her Greek migrant family and hard-working, fun-loving larrikin father Like, who dsefied all odda.
From early morning deliveries for the family bajery at the age seven, down opal mines in Coober Pedy at age 16, and opening a chain of discount supermarkets in Adelaide, Luke's rod was not one for the daint-hearted.
Featuring a live band, including piano and bouzuki, Michaela tells her family story with poignancey, heart and comical aplomb. The show is both hard0hitting and hilarious, traversing 100 years from Russia to the Australian outback - dolloeing the hardship, ingenuity, tragedy and triumph in all migrants' stories.
Season: Saturday September 8. 2020. at 8pm. Duration 75 minutes no interval.


Chidren's and Family Shows

The Gruffalo's Child

The Gruffalo said that no gruffalo should ever set foot in the deep dark wood...
HJoin the Gruffalo's Child on her adventurous mission in this magical musical adaptation of the much-loved picture book.
One wild and wndy night the Gruffalo's Child ignores her father's warning about the Big Bad Mouse ad tiptoes into the deep dark wood. After all, the Big bad Mouswe doesn't really exist... does he?
Season: Wednesday April 1. 2020. at 12pm. Duration 55 minutes no inerval.


Rolling on the floor So Hard a Little Bit of Wee Comes Out

A bonkers sketchcomedy extravaganza of epic proportions, made just for kids. Jam packed with magically stupid stuff like a burpershop qurtet and the kind of madness that only this award-winning maestros f kidault comedy can make.
Season July 18. 2020. Duration 60 minutes no interval. Best suited for children age five plus.


One Night Only


Celebrate 20 years of the Clocktower Centre with two of Australia's most talented musical theatre performers, Silvie Paladino and Michael McCormick.
She and Michael have been close freinds for over 29 years, but seldom do we get to see the iconic duo grace the same stage.
Accompanied by David Cameron and his band, and hoste4d by none other than the fabulous Dolly Diamond, Silvie and Michael will perform songs from their favourite musicals as well as contmporary hits from the ;ast 20 years.
Season: Sunday February 22. 2020. at 8pm. Duration 120 minutes including interval.


Compassion is based on seven ancient Hebrew and Arabic texts, written in response to the vicious and implacable cycle of violence in the Middle East, Lio's gloriously soulful voice and Westlake's radiant music achieve the seemingly iompossible: the uniting of Islam and Judaism in a joyful celebration of compassion and its ability to bring people together across the divides of racve and fear.
Season: Saturday May 90. 2020. at 8pm. Duration 100 minutes including interval.


Carmen is irrepressible and enchanting, the femme fatale you can't forget.

Don José is captivated by her sensual Habanera, giving up everything to follow her. But Carmen cannot be contained. Her wandering eyes has already found a new lover: the dashing bullfighter Escamillo.
Don José's jealousy is fierce, Escamillo's desire is strong, and in a gripping finale. Carmen is met iht a tragic choice.
A cast of some of Australia's finest opera singers assemble to perform Bizet's vibrant score with a chamber orchestra. Hear some of oper's most famous tunes such as the Habanera and Toreador Dong when you join Clocktower for Opera australia's 25th Anniversay touring production./
Season: Wednesday July 29. 2020. aT 7.30PM. Duration 165 minutes including interval.



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

Midsumma at Gasworks

Gasworks Art Park has been the south side hub for Midsumma Festival and a summer destination for high quality theatre, proocative art and fun nights out with friends for more than 11 years. Midsumma at Gasworks is characterised by a diverse and inclusive program spanning visual art, drama, comedy, circus and performance art.

Once Upon a Drag Storytime.

Resident Drag Kings and lords of daggy dad dancing - Mark, Gavin ad Keith invite you to a unique and quirky theatrical drag storytime that you've never experienced before.
Lip syncs. gisnt puppet characters, silly song and dance numbers and an appearance from Melbourne's cheekiest drag queen help these three dinkum blokes throw conventional storytime out the window ane deliver high energy, physical comedy sketch for the whole family.
Season: Fridsy jsnusry 24. 2020. at 10am & 1pm.

Queen Bette

Bette Davis was one of the most iconic and gifted actors of the 20th century, Davis fought hard all her life, had four husbands, two Oscars and a reputation as the biggest bitch on Hollywood. Queen Bette tells the whole story.
Season: Tuesday January 21. 2020. - Saturday January 25. 2020. at 7pm. Saturday JKanuary 25. 2020. at 2pm.

The Campaign by Campion Decent

Presented byGavin roach.

In 1988, more than 100 arrests were made when Tasmanian Gay Law Reform Group defied a ban and petitioned to decriminalise sexula acivity between consenting adult males. The arrests lit the spark for the campaign to change a draconian law in Tasmania the last of its kind in Australia.
Season: Wednesday January 22 - Saturday January 25. 2020. at 8pm. Saturday January 25 at 4pm.
|Wednesday January 29 - Saturday Febuary 1. 2020. at 9pm Saturday February 1. 2020 at 4pm.


Booking: 61 3 5225 1200




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






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










Kingston Arts Centre

Bookings: 61 3 9556 4440



Inspired by the beauty of planet Earth, Breathe is a collaboration between two of Australia's premiere instrumentalists, Michael Johnson (harp) and Evripides Evripdou (guitar) with backgrounds in jazz, flk and classical, and peforming with such artists as James Morrison and David Herschfelder.
Featuring original compositions with influences from Ireland, spain and South America, Breathe will take you on a journey through space and nature, accompanied by audio-visual spectacle that gloriuosly accenuates these inspired songs of beauty and wonder.
Season: Friday April 3. 2020. at 7.30pm.


Not Today's Yesterday

An award-winning international collaboration between Australian choreographer Lisa Limosani and UK Bharatyam artist Seeta Patel. Not Today's Yestarday blurs the lines between dance and theatre. featuring a poetic narrative with the disquieting beauty of a fairytale.
With striking imagery evoking indigenous cultures and colonialism, this one-woman show challenges nostalgic ideas of equality, culture and identity. A provocative, politically pertinet and engaging piece of dance theatre for all audiences that offers hope for a better future.
Season: Thursday March 12, 2020 at 7.30pm & Friday March 13, 2020 at 1PM.

Mental as Everything

An hinest and very funny cabaret show exploring the multiface nature of mental illnerss.
Creator/performer Damon smith will take you on a journey of his deeply personal experience of living with obsessive-compulsive disorer(OCD) and biopolar disorder, backed up by his anxious musical cohert Adam Cole.
Season: Saurday June 20. 2020 at 8pm.


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Latrobe Regional Performing Arts Centre
Grey St. Traralgon




Ian Moss: Matchbook 30th Anniversary Tour

Matchbook hit #1 on the ARIA Album Chart in 1989 and remained in the top 10 for 14 weeks selling over 200,000 copes and went to see " Mossy" takeaway the Album of the Year, Best Male Artist and Breakthrough Artist-Album, Breakthrough Artist-Dingle and Song of the Year (shared with Don Walker) for Tucker;s Daughter as well as being nomiated for Single of the year.
Season: Friday April 3. 2020 at 8pm.

Damien Leith : Roy - A Tribute to Roy Orbison with Strings

2020 marks the Golden Anniversary of legendary Roy Orbison and Joe Melson's classic hit Only the Lonely and to celebrate Damine Leith will perfrm a strictly limited eun of dates of his stage show Roy - A Tribute to Roy Orbison with Strings.
Leith has a very close affilitation and connection with the Big O; having recoreded and worked with the late Barbara Orbison and continues to write with legends that6 worked with Roy Orbison, regularly in Nashfville.
Season: Saturday May 16. 2020. at 7.30pm.


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





Bookings: 03 5018 8322


A Tribute to Alan Jackson

Coutry Music is a tribute to Alan Jackson, one of the world's greatest country music superstars. Enjoy all the hits, from vibrant ballads to feel-good country rhythems with an authentic Nashville feel, performed by Chris Hart.
Season: Saturday Janaury 11. 2020. at 8pm.

Matchbox 30th Anniversary Tour

Hot on the heels of the recent trio Matchbox 30th Anniversary Tour dates, Ian Moss has announced Regional tour dates commencing. He'll be taking the iconic album on the road across Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania from Fegruary 2020,
Tickets go on general release 9am, Friday July 19. 2019
Season: Friday May 1. 2020. at 8pm.

Bjorn Again

ABBA fans it's time to get excited as Bjorn Again are celebrating their 30th Anniversary Tour and you're invited to the party! Playing ABBA's greatest hits in a world class show that generates an audience atmosphere that has to be seen t be believed.
Seaon: Saturday June 27. 2020. at 8pm.

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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












Palais Theatre St. Kilda

Bookings: 61 3 136 100 or




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

Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

Following its triumphant premiere season in Melbourne 1944, Summer of the Seventeeth Doll won best new play in London's Wes End placing Australian theatrre firmly on the global stage.
This 2020 production celebrates the 65th Anniversary of this iconic work.
For 16 years straight two cqne-cutters work in Queensland seven months of the year, and return to their girlfriends in Melbourne for five months of partying and romance. But the seventeeth summer is different. Ans all bets are off...
Season: Friday March 27. 2020 1pm & 7.30pm.


A bonkers sketch-comedy of epic proportions made just for kids, Rofshalbowco is jam-packed with magical gratuitous nuttiness like the :burpershop" quartet, toilet=paper guns and 37 bubble machines.
The hilarious multi-award winning Listies, arethe maestros of 'kidult' comedy.
Season: Tuesday June 30. 2020 Times 10am & 2pm.




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


Westside Performing Arts Centre Shepparton
Bookings: 61 3 5832 9511

Williamstown Town Hall




Bookings: 61 3 9262 6555



2020 Season


As a piece of theatre, Swansong speaks to anyone who has ever felt an outsider, who has ever been denied a voice. Swansong is a mighty tour de force monodrama faultlessly executed.
Meet Occi O'Brien, the illegitimate child of a single mother in the Catholic West of Ireland. Shunned by church, state and family, Occi must fighti his way to adulthood in a dog eat dog world. Occi, for all hia flawed humanity is the symbol of hope, an unlikely hero who faces insurmountable odds and never gives up. His is a imely message. An important story.
This exhilerating journey plunges Occi into murder and mayhem, love and seath, only to return him to the place he began. Tragic, tender and uoroarously funny, Swansong is the story of a lost soul in search of a home, from one of the masters of Irish drama.
Season: Wednesday April 15. 2020 at 8pm. Thursday April 16. 2020 at 8pm. Time 1hour 20 minutes no intervbal.

Grace Under Pressure

Health professionals are with us when we're born and they're with us when we die/ They devote their lives to caring for us, but how do we care for them? Can a doctor nurse give a patient the best pssible care if he or she hasn't slept for days? What if they are also being bullied or sexually harassed at work? What if they complain about having to work excessive hours, but are tiks to stop whinging and suck it up? How do they cope with the pressure?
Based on hours of in-depth interviews with doctors and nurses about their expreiences of training and working in hospitals, Grace Under Pressure is a surprisingly intimate and deeply moving theatre experience that reveals these hidden stories of health professionals in their own words. Ranging from wildly funny to utterly heartbreaking, these stories will leave no audience member unaffected.
Season: Friday May 1. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday May 2. 2020 at 2pm & 8pm. time One hour and 25 minutes no Interval. Occasional coarse language, adult themes, suitable for 14+ years.


Wallflowering is a delightful amusing and poignant play about the nature of marriage, the pursuit of happiness and the perfect foxtrot!
The play revolves around the lives of Peg and Cliff Small, and ordinary suburban, middle-sged couple who were once prize-winning ballroom dancer. Their story is intersperesed with ballroom dancing by a younger couple, who represent not only Peg and Cliff in their glory days, but also the older couple's romantic, idealised view of themselves.
While Ciff now has dreams of becoming a writer, Peg is no longer content to quietly and unquestioningly follow her husband. She wants to lead and sees the possibilities and excitement in change. Suddenly they become out of step with and these changes threaten their marrige.
Season: Friday July 10. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday July 11. 2020 at 2pm & 8pm. One hour 30 mminutes noi interval.


Archie Roach: Tell Me Why

A new work sharing stories and songs from Archie's new memoir and companion album.
Not many have lived as many lives - from stolen child, teenage alcoholic, seeker, lover, father, musical and lyrical genius, to social advocate and First Natins Leader - but it took almost a lifetime to find who he really was. He is Archie Roach.
His new memoir Tell Me Why is an intimate, moving and often confronting account of his resilience and strength of spirit, and also a great love story. It's an extraordinary odyssey of love and heartbreak, family and community - and the healing power of music.
Season: Friday July 17. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday July 18. 2020 at 8pm. One hour 2o minutes no interval.

When the Rain Stops Falling

Alice Springs, 2030. A fish falls from the sky - it still smells of the sea, it's been raining for days. the apocalypse looms ever closer and Gabriel York knows something is wrong.
When the Rain Stops Falling unflds like a puzzle to be solved, told through the interconnected stories of two families over four generations. Between a prediction in London 1959 and its outcome in Australia 80 years later, this intricate, multi-layered story explores betrayal, abandoment, destruction, forgiveness and love; where damage to the planet serves as a metaphor for the damage inflicted from generation to generation.
Season: Friday October 2. 2020. at 8pm. Saturday October 3.2020. at 2pm & 8pm. Two hours no interval Venue: One Community Blackburn

A Migrant's Son

After wowing audiences in 2017 with Exposing Edith, Michela Burger returns with her brand new show, A Migrant's Son.
Igniting memeroies of a storythat millions of Australians can relate to, Mihaela pays tribute to her Greek migrant family and her hardworking fun loving father Luke who defied all the odds. Premiering to a sell-out Adelaide Cabaret Festival season and Winner of the Frank Ford and Best Cabaret weekly awards for Adelaide Fringe 2019, this critically acclaimed wirk tells an incedible true story,. breought to life through original music.
Featuring a live band, includion pino and bouzouki, Michaela tells her family story with pingnanceym, heart and comical aplomb. The show is both hard-hitting and hilarious, traversing 100 years fromn Russia ti the Australian putback - following the hardship, ingenuity, tragedy and triumph in all migrant;s stories.
Season: Saturday October 17. 2020. at 2pm & 8pm One hour 35 minutes including interval. Occasional coarse language suitable for 13 + years. Venuie: One Community Blackburn.




2020 Season

Bobby Fox: The Irish Boy

The Irish Boy is a stunning combination of traditiona; and modern Irish music, dancing, story telling and song brought to life through Bobby Fox;s unparalled showmanship. IN this brand new show Bobby is delighted to combine his many talents in a celebration of his heritage and homeland.
Season: Friday February 21. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday February 22. 2020 at 8pm.

Songs & Times of Sam Cooke

with Gary Pinto and The Champions of Soul Band

Stars ARIA-award winning artist Gary Pinto and pays nomage to one of the most influential songwriters of all time. Revered for hits such as Bring it Home to Me, Cupid, Twistin', The Night Away and a A Change is Gonna Come, Sam Cooke as an incredible legacy - with sales of five million dollars a year, more than five decades after is death.
Sewason: Friday March 13. 2020. at 8pm.

Judy Australia 1964

In 1964, legendary performer Judy Garland came to Australia and experienced the triumph and tragedy that epitomised her life/
IN Sydney, Garland was in full flight, her performances thrilling 10,000 strong capacity crowds. The critics raved. In Melborne her Festival Hall event was a disaster. Alcohal, fatigue and a lifetime of personal problems had taken a heavy toll. She arrived 70 minutes late, and could not win over her restless audience.
In Judy Australia 1964, operatic contralto Liane Keegan becomes the iconic star, and takes on a journey that recreates one of the most controversial episodes in Australian entertainment history.
Season: Friday Marcdh 27. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday March 28. 2020 at 8pm. Sunday March 29. 2020. at 2pm. Timne two hours (including intervasl)>

Fever - the songs of Peggy Lee

Fever is a trbute to the queen of sassy, sexy, sophisticated swing - Peggy Lee. Although probably best remembered ffor her finger-snapping style as she sang us the story of Romeo loving Juliet, she is much more than just the woman who gave us Fever!
Peggy Lee was also an Academy Award nominated actress, a hit songwriter who condidtently topped the charts in the 50s and 60s.
And let's not forget that feisty Miss Piggy was also the inspiration behind the creation of the greatest karate-chopping diva of all time, Miss Piggy - full name Miss Piggy Lee.
Season: Friday June 19. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday June 20. 2020 at 2pm. One hour 35 minutes including interval.


The Event - Thanks for the memories

with Silviie Paladino, David Hobson, Rhonda Burchmore and Michael Cormick. Musical Director David Caqmeron.

The Whitehorse Centre opened its doors in 1986, and ever since performersa and audiences have embraced that special magic of performance. Whitehorse salute those who have tread the boards, who have shared itheir creative vision and who have filled this 408 seat auditorium in Nunawding with laughter, joy and love. but for our final season performance at the Whitehorse Cnetre, it's time to party like it was 1986!
Come celebrate with four of Australia's best loved performers, Rhonda Burchmore, Michael Cormick, Davis Hobson and Silvie Paladino. Accompaqnied by a seven piece band led by David Cameron on piano, with bass, drums and four strings.
Revel with these talented artists who will take you on a celebratory journey of some of the best known music of our time, wihg music theatre hits and some of their contemporary favourites.
How do Whitehorse say goodbye to the theatre thart has served the company well for over 30 years? Whitehorse say thanks for the memories, Whitehorse celkberate with a magical musical performance that will lift your sprits and Whitehorse send it off with a resulting BRAVO!
Season: Friday Aaugust 14. 2020 at 8pm. Saturday August 15., 2020 at 2pm & 8pm. Two hours 20 minutes includint interval.


As any script writer or gossip magazine editor will tell you, a rivalry is much more entertaining than a friendship. composers Mozart and Salieri enjoyed both a musical rivalry and a warm and congenial friendship, despite film portrayals to the contrary.
On the Mozart side, Whitehorse have the lighthearted Symphony No 28 and the Jeunehomme concerto. performed with one of Australia's leading pianists, Hoang Pham. On the Salieire side, an Australian premiers of an opera overture and his La Veneziana symphony.
Season: Saturday September 19. 2020 at 8pm. two hours including inerval. Venue: One Community Blrackburn

Great American Songbook - Tom Burlinson

Australia's favourite entertainer, tom burlinson, has a brqand new show performing some of hte most memorable songs from the greatest composers and lyricists of the 20th century with one of the best bands in the business.
In Great American Songbook, Tom se;ects material from thr best of "The Big Five" - Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Richard Rogers and Cole Porter - entertaining audiences with stories, background and insightsd to the lives and careers of these talented men and how their songs came to be written whith his trademark, charm and humour.
Season: Wednesday November 11. 2020, at 8pm. Thursday November 12, 2020 at 8pm. two hours including interval Venue: One Community Blackburn.



Midweek Matinee

2020 Season

The Songs of Shirley Bassey

Award winning songstress Danielle Matthews sings the songs of the legendary Shirley Bassey including Goldfinger, This is my Life, Big Spender and Diamonds are Forever.
Season: Febvruary 12. 2019 at 11am.

Bobby Fox: the Irish Boy

The Irish Boy

Salute to the ANZACS

A prodction dedicated to the brave men and women who gave their lives in service of our country. Salutes to the ANZACS contains many hit songs and stories from WWI, WWII and the Vietnam War all in front of a backdrop of incredible images on the big screen,,
Season: Wednesday April 15. 2020. at 11am.

Oh Carole! - The Songs of Carole King and Neil Sedaka.

Carole King and Neil Sedaka were two of the biggest hit-makers of the 60s and 70s, workihng side by side to churn out hit after hit.
Season: Wednesday June 17. 2020 aat 11am.

Kings of the High Cs

In this brand new prosuction dedicated to the BIG 3 - Pavorotti, Domingo and Carreras - the outstanding Roy Best and Alison Jones perform the classic hits that made them the most successful tenors ever. Narrated by Chris McKenna.
Season: Wednesday August 12. 2020. at 11am.

Change of Venue

Due to the upcoming redevelopment, the final two shows of this program will be performed at Stairway - 171 Rooks Rd. Vermont, just a short 4 minute drive from the Whitehorse Centre. There is pleanty of free off-street parking at this well-appointed venue and Whitehorse look forward to welcoming you there for a delicious morning tea prior toach show.

The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein

Jon Whiotehorse for a very special event playing tribute to the timeless music of Rodgers & Hammerstein. Featuring your favourite tunes from Carousel, The King andd I, The Sound of Music and much more, this is truly an enchanted concert of exquisite songs from the golden age of musicals.
Season: Wednesday October 21. 2020. at 11am.

Celebrate - The Sounds fo a Whitehorse Christmas

The Whitehorse Centre are thrilled to welcome back the Gaslight Company starring the wonderful tenor Roy Best along with Roy Best along with Chris McKenna, Len Vorster and soprano alison Jones.
Christmas with the cast is always a highlight and all your favourite Christmas carols will be performed along with some contemporary hristmas songs.
Season: Wednesday December 16. 2020. at 11am

Childrens Theatre

Splash Test Dummies

Rub-a-dub, the Dummies are back with some splish-splash circus set to drown you in tears of laughter.
From the makers of the hit show Trash Test Dummies comes a new production of oceanic proportions! Splash Test Dummies are here, ready to roll out their beach towels and spring into a brand-new hour of circus-filled hilarity for the whole family.
Season: Thursday April 8. 2020. at 10am 60 minutes no interval Suitable for children 5 0 12 years,

Wolfgang's Magical Musical Circus

Straight form the score and onto the stage, the man known as Mozart appears amid a storm of powder, tumbling and twirling, as musical mayhem and movement fuse in this family show with a circus twist. to those who know him, he is Wolfgang, the dart-playing ratbag. to those who are watching and listening,. he is the wigged genius Mozart.
Season: Thursday July 9, 2020 at 11am. 60 minutes no interval suitable for children 3+

Magic Beach

Every year, an everyday family go on a beach holiday. This isn't just any beach - it's Magic Beach, where everything you can imagine becomes real, but this year is different.
As the eldest child begins to grow up, does she have to leave the magic behind"?
Season: Tuesday September 29. 2020 at 12pm & 2pm. 55 minutes no interval. suitable for children 3- 8years and their adults. Venue: Box Hill Town Hall.



Singin' in the Rain (1951)

Comedy, romance, great musical numbers, stars at their best and a fond recreation of a bgone movie making era making Singin' in the Rain in one of the greatest Hollywood musicals ever made. Starring Gne Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, it is pure singin' danci', lovin' joy.
Season: Wednesday March 18. 2020. at 10am ( 1 hour 40 miuinutes no interval)




The Wizard of Oz (1939

A cherised family favourite from the golden years of Hollywood that never fails to delight.
Dorothy meets some memorable friends and foes on her journey to meet the Wizard of Oz, the musical that made Judy Garland a household name.
Season: Wednesday May 20. 2020. atr 10am (1 hour 40 minutes no interval)

Gone With the Wind (1939)

The sweeping Civil War era romance won an impressive 10 Academy Awards. Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable and Olivia De Havilland shine in this epic story that conveys powerful emotions and beautiful, detaile images of a time long gone.
Season: Wednesday July 15. 2020 at 10am. (4hours including an iinterval)

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

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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


.Australian Chamber Orchestra - Underground

The Australian Chamber Orchestra makes waves around the world for explosive performances, adventurous cross-artform collaboratons, and dynamic programs that embrace celebrated classics alongside new music and commissions.
Season: Thursday March 12.2020. at 8pm.

Caravan Boat TREEHOUSE

The lives of Jack, Mack and Sylvia beautifully intersect to the exploration of isolation in a world saturated with social connectivity. A misunderstood artist, a father who watched his wife and child pass and a man who has redefined nonverbal communication all place themselves in exile, and heal as they exprience the 'profound priviledge' it is to be a human being.
Season: March 18 0 21. 2020.

Albert Hall:Launceston.
Bookings 6331 0052.




Burnie Arts and Function Centre



HOBART Theatre Royal

Bookings: 61 3 6233 2299

The Pied Piper - Victorian Opera

The residents of Hamelin have problems, and an invasion of rats is only the beginning.
Richard Mills quirky reinvention of the timeless fable, The Pied Piper and his new feline assistant set out for reional Australia to help the characterful folk of thisblighted town.
Season: April 29, 30. Friday May 1. 2020 at 7.30pm.


Launceston Princess Theatre

Bookings: 61 3 6323 3666

Thirteen Ways to look at Birds

The gravy-making raconteur of theAustralian condition returns to our island to perform a soaring new song cycle about birds and the poetry they've inspired.
Season: Thursday January 16. 2020 at 8pm.

Seven Days Walking: Ludovico Einaudi

Ludovico is a superstar, famed for his rippling, anematic music and for playing a grand piano floating among icebergs in the Arctic. here hewill perform an immersive new project.
Season: Sunday January 19. 2020 at 1pm.

There Will be no Intermission - Amanda Palmer

An evening of piano, pain and laughter.

Palmer's is the paron saint of all things Mofo. Pianist, pperformer, punk cabaret star. Now she's returning to our shores with her first album in ages a grand manifesto of survival and empathy, and a marathon audience with the artist nad her piano.
Season: Monday January 20. 2020. at 6pm.

Raw - Acoustic Competition

Theatre North's Eaw Acoustic Competetion at Festivale is back in 2020. Raw aims to be a way for emerging artists to get gigs at /festival and The Royal Oak Hotel.
With a focus on the original the acoustic, Raw Acoustic Competition has seen incerdible talent arise, grow and succeed on stage.
Season: Saturday February 1. Sunday February 2, Tuesday February 18. 2020.

Ross Noble - Humournoid

What happens when pure comedy takes human form?
What happens when a creature is created and bred to stand up? nobody knows because that isn't a thing. What is a thing is Ross Noble doing a show.

Season: Friday March 6. 2020.

Disney's Aladdin Jnr

Disney's Aladdin Jnr is based on the 1992 Academy-Award®-winning film and the 2014 Broasway show about the 'diamond i the rough' street rat who learns his true worth lies within.
The story you know and love has been given the royal treatment! Aladdi and his three friends, Babkak, Omar and Kassim are sown on their luck until Aladdin discovers a magic lamp and the Genie who has the power to grant three wishes. Wanting to earn the respect of the Princess Jasmine , Aladdin embarks on an adventure that will test his will and his moral character. With expanded characters, new songs and more thrills, this new adaptation of the eloved story will open up "a whole new world">
Season: Tuesday August 18. 2020 at 7pm. Wednesday August 19. 2020. at 7pm. Thursday August 20. 2020 at 7pm. 1hour 30 minutes n interval/



Cairns Civic Theatre
Bookings: 61 7 4050 7777




Cairns Performing Arts Centre
Bookings: 1800 855 835


Judith Lucy vs Men

Judith Lucy is single again and 51.

  She recently reflected on her entire history with men and concluded that maybe it was time to shut up shop.
Should Judith hang up her vagina for good?
Season: May 29. 2020. at 7.30pm.




Cairns Choral Society Hall
Greenslopes St. Cairns





Cairns Convention Centre
Bookings 1300 855 835

Skating Rink for Flies\

When Carl was a small boy at school, he asked the teacher how Ants feel. He never got an answe all those years ago, but still wantsd to know.
Voted number one comedian two years runnung, come along and see Carl's brand new show -Skating Rink for Flies. A night where he ponders things we all think about but never mention. Things like plastic bags, peanut butter and the possible emotions of an ant>
Season: February 28 & 29. 2020.


Cairns Little Theatre

Rondo Theatre
48 Greenslopes St. Edge Hill


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


Off the bak of a huge sold-out national tour, Australia's elite metallers Northlane are playing at Tanks as part of their 4D regional tour.
2019 has been a huge year forNorthlane with the release of their bold and most personal 5th album.
Season: Saturday January 25. 2020. at 7pm. Venueopens at 6.30pm.






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


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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




His Majesty's Theatre
Bookings: 61 08 925 0900


Regal Theatre
Bookings: 61 8 9484 1133
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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
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Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
Bookings: 61 8 9550 3900
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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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