September School Holiday Movies

The Roxy will be showing three much loved kids shows at the Roxy this September School Holidays. Tuesday 26th September at 11.00am – Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Roderick Rules Wednesday 27th September at 11.00am – The Lego Movie Thursday 28th September at 3.00pm – Home Alone All tickets are $5 and there will be canteen facilities available. Download the program here Kids takeover the Roxy...

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2017 Black Dog Ball – SOLD OUT

Come and enjoy a glamorous night at the Roxy Theatre in Bingara. Be treated to a delicious three course meal prepared by Chef Molly and Jones, with tasty meat supplied by local butcher, Gwydir Meats. Guest speaker and emcee, Anna Speers, CEO of Auctions Plus will entertain the crowd with live and silent auctions. The Jimmy Craz Band will have you dancing the night away! DOORS OPEN FROM 5:30PM with a media walk out the front of the Roxy Theatre to have your photo taken by a professional photographer. You then enter the foyer where you can enjoy your complimentary drink on arrival as well as...

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The Melbourne City Ballet presents – Carmen June 2018

Following on from the very successful performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Roxy in August 2017, the Melbourne City Ballet is back by popular demand with their interpretation of the classic tale of CARMEN. “Love is a rebellious bird that nobody can tame…” Melbourne City Ballet’s Artistic Director Michael Pappalardo re imagines “Carmen” to Bizet’s famous score to bring to life an evocative opera ballet paying homage to the well known Spanish inspired tragedy. “Carmen” tells the story of a city policeman Don Jose whose mother calls him to return home to marry childhood...

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2017 Roxy Program

Download a copy of the 2017 Roxy Theatre Program here. 2017-Roxy-Program-1  

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2017 North West Theatre Company Film Club List

FILM CLUB ANNOUNCES PROGRAM FOR 2017. The North West Theatre Company Film Club has announced an imposing program of films for their 2017 program, with a very well balanced collection of dramas, comedies, the old, the new and the interesting. President John Wearne told the Advocate that the strength of the program lies in its variety. “There is something for everyone, with old classics such as “Blazing Saddles” and “Lawrence of Arabia” meeting more modern works like “Silver Linings Playbook” and the hilarious black comedy “Death at a Funeral”. Two particularly intriguing movies are...

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