Friday 23rd February 2018 – Dustier Than Ever – Slim Dusty Tribute Show

The Dustier than Ever Slim Dusty tribute show is presented with the permission of Joy McKean, Slim Dusty’s wife, and has been performed over 100 times in the last 5 years. Lead singer Chris Cook plays fast and furious guitar, highly polished bluegrass banjo and energetic country fiddle with his distinctive and inimitable style, infectious enthusiasm and extensive repertoire. This multi-instrumentalist and song-writer, who wrote 3 songs recorded by Slim Dusty, is accompanied by a very able double-bass player who also sings and a drummer/percussionist. The songs and music are accompanied...

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Saturday 28th April 2018 – A Prudent Man – Live Theatre

A conservative politician, a leader, a man in a snappy suit, an athlete in a bad tracksuit. Meet A Prudent Man – an amalgamation of the right-wing politician that haunts us all. What makes the Trumps, the Abbotts and the Hansons of this world tick? What would happen if their world started to shift ever so slightly? This darkly comedic political thriller explores what it means to be right… in more ways than one. Written and directed by Green Room nominated playwright Katy Warner and performed by Lyall Brooks, A Prudent Man takes an unapologetic look at a man both in control and on the edge....

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Thursday 3rd May 2018 – Ickypedia – Live Kid’s Show

Australia’s favourite kid’s comedians, The Listies, are bringing their best smelling, award winning book ‘ICKYPEDIA: A Dictionary of Disgusting New Words’ to the stage! ICKYPEDIA will be a seriously silly show that answers all of life’s important questions: how do you take a SMELLFIE? What does POOETRY sound like? Who is the world’s worst chef? What is a HOOTENGRANNY? And how does one avoid a FARTQUAKE? Anarchic, spontaneous and astoundingly funny ICKYPEDIA will un-educates and delight audiences. Rated D for Disgusting Date: Thursday 3rd May Time: 11.00am Tickets: $15.00 Please Book Here...

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Saturday 2nd June 2018 – Melbourne City Ballet Presents – Carmen

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 sweetheart Micaela but a chance encounter with the enchanting gypsy girl Carmen, leads them both into a relationship of both passion and destruction. Pappalardo’s “Carmen” is designed to be a loud and bold affair, pulling the audience in from the first overture. Choreographer:...

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Thursday 14th June 2018 – David Scheel – Pianist

After a runway success in London’s West End, renowned Australian pianist, David Scheel performs his hilarious send-up of classical music. This is the only show in town that can satisfy lovers of classical music and stand-up comedy alike.-up comedy alike. A great outing for large groups. Date: Thursday 14th June Time: Matinee 10.30am Tickets: Adults $15, Concession $10 Please Book...

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6th & 7th July 2018 – The Bingara Orange Festival

The Roxy will come alive with the sights and the sounds of the 50s & 60s Rock n Roll era, as part of the 2018 Bingara Orange Festival. Don’t miss the retro café, old time movies and rock n roll dance lessons as part of the festivities. Visit www.bingara.com.au closer to the date for more information on the festival. Friday 6th and Saturday 7th July  ...

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