Friday, October 16, 8pm (doors open 7.30pm)
Cost: All tickets $5
For seniors week this 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)
OPERA IN MERREDIN
From Mozart and Puccini to Rodgers and Hammerstein West Australian Opera is thrilled to present a performance of grand opera and musical theatre works in an evening of music that will be sure to have you humming home.
Soprano Penelope Reynolds, Baritone Robert Hofmann and accompanied by Tommaso Pollio will present works from The Marriage of Figaro, The Magic Flute, Carmen, La Traviata, Porgy and Bess, Brigadoon, South Pacific and more!
This magical evening of music is an event not to be missed so why not gather a group of family and friends and book your tickets now! Following the performance join the artists of West Australian Opera in the Tivoli Room for complimentary post performance chat.
CABERET SEATING AVAILABLE – BYO SUPPER
Friday, 27 November, 7PM (doors open 6.30pm)
(95 minutes plus one interval)
Cost: $15 Adults, $10 Students/Concession
JUDE PERL – IS IT JUST ME?
After a sell out season of her debut show in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, singer, songwriter and comedian Jude Perl brings her highly successful show “Is It Just Me?” to Merredin!
In her “thoroughly entertaining show” (Melbourne Observer) and undeniably catchy tunes mixed with her unique brand of humour will charm and inspire in this hilarious and revealing semi-autobiographical tale
“If good comedy and good music is your recipe for a good night out then this show is a must” – Theatre Press
“Insanely clever and comical song writing. Her lyrics are insightful and hilarious because of their honesty, and her talent for writing hugely enjoyable music only makes the comedy stronger” – Melbourne Observer
“Perl manages to draw the complete attention of her audience from her opening phrase. There is a narrative sureness in her voice to match its timbral warmth. Like Ute Lemper, Perl has the kind of instrument that inspires lyricists not to slack off, to invest more in their songs” – The Australian
Friday February 12. Doors open 7.30pm (show starts at 8pm)
DYLAN AND YOUNG
Celebrate the timeless masterpieces of BOB DYLAN and NEIL YOUNG with an unforgettable 90 minute performance starring the renowned John Hastwell [Aussie Bob] and Stuart Day [Young Neil], with acoustic bassist Quinton Dunne. From the instantly recognizable Mr. Tambourine Man to the iconic Heart of Gold, The Dylan and Young Show delivers the essence of the musical genius that has inspired and rocked the free world for over five decades. This all-acoustic, multi instrumental presentation is full of surprises, reflecting the mercurial talents of two giants of modern music. Aussie Bob and Young Neil are favourites of the Adelaide Fringe Festival sold out seasons year after year and generating comments like “Aussie Bob and Young Neil are better than the real thing!”
Friday April 8 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm).
Cost: All tickets $25
Combining the fun of total audience participation with the incredible abilities of the mind, Matt Hale 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! Expect to see hypnotised volunteers transported into bizarre car journeys, talking alien and unleashing talents they never knew they had.
May 27 2016, 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)
Cost: $35 Adults, $29 Students/Concession
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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.