They’ve performed to audiences on televisions and stages across the globe, now Wayne and Tyler; two of Australia’s biggest names in magic take to the stage for the first time ever with their sleeves up and pants down.
Sunday February 1st 2015, 7.30pm (Doors open 7pm) Running time 90 mins.
Cabaret seating available.
Tickets: $35 full / $29 concession.
Luca Ciarla pays tribute to his favorite composer re-arranging with a contemporary touch some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s greatest compositions. Bach into Myself also features original music by Luca Ciarla and other composers that have been strongly influenced by the German master. A surprising concert enriched by Luca’s amazing skills as multi-instrumentalist. Take your loved one along this Valentines day after lunch or before dinner – or simply treat yourself!
Saturday, February 14th. Doors open at 2pm, show starts at 2:30. Running time 70mins plus intermission.
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Regularly travelling between Australia, UK & Vegas (where even Mike Tyson couldn’t resist taking part in the fun!), Australia’s Comedy Hypnotist brings the fun to Merredin
Expect to see hypnotised volunteers transported into bizarre car journeys, talking alien and unleashing talents they never knew they had.
Combining the fun of total audience participation with the incredible abilities of the mind, Matthew turns the traditional hypnosis show on its head, highlighting the talents and creativity of the volunteers for big laughs instead of embarrassing them. No two shows are ever the same!
Winner of 3 national comedy awards, Matthew has hypnotised people from London to Japan, appeared in media worldwide, and has released his own range of hypnosis CDs
Thursday, March 19, 8pm, doors open 7.30. Running time 90 mins with no intermission
Cabaret seating available
Tickets: $40 full / $30 concession.
Absolutely is the laugh out loud and touching tale of how a six foot nine introvert accidently discovers his joy of acting in a small wheatbelt town, and goes on to perform for Cirque du Soleil.
Following a highly acclaimed UK tour and SOLD OUT seasons in Perth comes true storytelling that is part armchair chat and part riveting re-enactment.
Sometimes the best place to belong is where the unexpected takes you.
★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
“insightful … passionate” The Scotsman
“An entirely winning one-man show” ABC RADIO
“Charming and compelling entertainment” Australian Stage
Written and Performed by Allan Girod
Wednesday, April 22nd, 7:30pm doors open at 7pm
STRICTLY LIMITED! ONLY 60 SEATS AVAILABLE!
Experience the characters and moments from the classic C.S. Lewis novel brought to life on the stage.
Sunday, May 10th, 2pm. Doors open at 1:30pm.
Tickets: Adults $20, Children under 15 $15, Children under 3 FREE!
For war veterans like Alf Cook and his friend Wacka Dawson, it’s the chance to commemorate history, celebrate heroism and conjure national pride. For Alf’s son Hughie, Anzac Day flies the flag for a very different reality, one that brings the dignity of our Diggers to its knees and into the gutter – via one too many down the pub. On the 100 year anniversary of the Gallipoli landing, The One Day of the Year looks at our national legend through the eyes of generation, class and character.
Thursday, June 4th, 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm
Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is a comedy odyssey, bringing a raft of the world’s best comedy to one big show for a raucous night out.
Be prepared for our cast of comic travellers to have you belly-laughing, as we take the Roadshow to eager comedy fans across the nation.
Wednesday June 17th, 8pm doors open 7:30pm.
Cabaret seating available.
In Coppola’s infamous 1972 film, The Godfather, the head from a prize horse is cut off and placed in the bed of a Hollywood producer.
HorseHead is about the two men charged with this gruesome task…
These men are gangsters on the rise, so when this extreme job gets rung through they know they have to step up and deliver.
But there are significant obstacles to overcome, including the younger brother’s reluctance to enter the gangster life, and the small issue of the older brother being a passionate horse-lover…
Winner of the 2012 ROME INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FESTIVAL, HorseHead is snappy and tight, with enough twists to keep even the most experienced gangster constantly looking behind their back.
Friday, July 3rd, 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm.
For seniors week next year, the Beggars (Seekers tribute Band) will be presenting SING!
The Beggars “The best Australian vocal band since the seekers” present SING! a cabaret tribute to the great vocal groups. Sing along with irresistible hits from Peter Paul and Mary, The Mamas and the Papas, The Seekers, The Weavers, The Bee Gees, The Chordettes, The Mariners, The Beggars and many more masterpieces of folk, pop and novelty songs. As well as showcasing The Beggars exquisite voices and instrumental playing the program includes sing-along favourites
Sunday November 8th, 6pm
Cost: $0-$45 (Seniors show only is free. $30 including the meal)
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Once a picture theatre, Cummins Theatre was actually one of the first venues in the entire Commonwealth to screen “talkies”!
Today the Cummins Theatre regularly hosts a number of performing arts events, from music to dance, live theatre to stand up comedy, and film screenings to movie filming.
The Theatre is also available for private and non-commercial hire, and is a popular venue for weddings, balls, meetings, awards ceremonies, seminars and a host of other functions.