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Tubular Bells for Two
Two blokes juggle over 20 instruments live on stage in a spellbinding performance. A multi-award winning sell-out hit at festivals around the world, Tubular Bells for Two is now set to tour Australia.
Ask anyone who grew up through the 70s and they will be able to tell you exactly where they were when they first heard Tubular Bells. Composed by Mike Oldfield in 1973, the album was the first release on Richard Branson's fledgling record label, Virgin Records. The album went on to sell over 30 million copies - kick-starting the Virgin empire - and became the soundtrack to the cult-classic film, The Exorcist.
Now, more than 40 years on, two young Australian multi-instrumentalists, Aidan Roberts and Daniel Holdsworth, are presenting this modern masterpiece in a challenging live event.
So what's the catch? Oldfield harnessed – what was at the time – the latest in multi-track recording technology, playing a multitude of instruments one-by-one in the studio.
FEB – MAY 2017:
FRI 17 & SAT 18 FEB ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE – DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE, ADELAIDE, SA
Tickets: www.bass.net.au/ // 131 246
FRI 10 & SAT 11 MAR SEYMOUR CENTRE – YORK THEATRE SYDNEY, NSW
Tickets: www.seymourcentre.com/ // (02) 9351 7940
FRI 24 MAR GLASSHOUSE, PORT MACQUARIE, NSW
Tickets: www.glasshouse.org.au/Home // (02) 6581 8888
SAT 25 MAR LISMORE CITY HALL, LISMORE, NSW
Tickets: www.norpa.org.au/lismore-city-hall-3/ // 1300 066 772
THU 30 MAR ARMITAGE CENTRE – HBA, TOOWOOMBA, QLD
Tickets: www.empiretheatre.com.au/ // 1300 655 299
FRI 31 MAR REDLAND PAC, CLEVELAND, QLD
Tickets: www.rpac.com.au/ // (07) 3829 8131
SAT 1 APR IPSWICH CIVIC CENTRE, IPSWICH, QLD
Tickets: www.ipswichciviccentre.com.au/ (07) 3810 6100
SUN 2 APR MAJESTIC THEATRE, POMONA, QLD
Tickets: www.themajestictheatre.com.au/ // (07) 5485 2330
THU 6 APR DUBBO REGIONAL THEATRE, DUBBO, NSW
Tickets: www.drtcc.com.au/ // (02) 6801 4378
FRI 7 APR THE CAPITOL, TAMWORTH, NSW
Tickets: www.capitoltheatretamworth.com.au/ // (02) 6766 2028
SAT 8 APR ORANGE CIVIC THEATRE, ORANGE, NSW
Tickets: http://premier.ticketek.com.au/ // 13 28 49
SAT 22 APR HAYCOCK STREET THEATRE, GOSFORD, NSW
Tickets: www.gosford.nsw.gov.au/ // (02) 4323 3233
FRI 5 – SUN 7 MAY STREET THEATRE, CANBERRA, ACT
Tickets: www.thestreet.org.au/ // (02) 6247 1223
A Beatles Tribute To George Martin
Davey Lane - Ashley Naylor - Linda Bull - Kram
with guests Deborah Conway, Abby Dobson, Dan Kelly, Steve Kilbey, Kellie Lloyd, Dom Mariani, Ben Marwe, Darren Middleton, Rob Younger & more.
Often described as the 5th Beatle, it was George Martin that captured on tape the visceral energy of the band’s early years and delivered their unique vision on their increasingly ground breaking albums. Martin’s work had a profound influence on music throughout the 60’s and beyond, irrevocably setting the course of popular music, the effects of which can still be heard today.
Wed Feb 1 The Athenaeum Melbourne:
Deborah Conway, Dan Kelly & Ella Thompson
Thurs Feb 2 The Triffid, Brisbane:
Kellie Lloyd (Screamfeeder), Darren Middleton (Powderfinger)
& Luke Peacock (Halfway)
Fri Feb 3 Manning Bar, Sydney:
Abby Dobson (Leonardo’s Bride), Steve Kilbey, Jodi Phillis (The Clouds) & Rob Younger
Thurs Feb 9 The Gov, Adelaide:
Koral Chandler, Taasha Coates (The Audreys), Dusty Lee (Skies) & Ben Marwe (Bad//Dreems)
Fri Feb 10 Badlands, Perth:
Justin Burford (End Of Fashion), Felicity Groom & Dom Mariani (Stems, DM3)
PRE-SALE: 9am Wednesday 7th December
GENERAL SALE: 9am Thursday 8th December
Tex Perkins & Murray Paterson + Adalita
|Venue:||Satellite Lounge, Cnr Ferntree Gully & Jells Roads, Wheelers Hill|
|Date:||Friday, December 9|
|Time:||6pm (dining/seats); 8pm standing|
|Fee:||$30+bf (GA standing); $36/42+bf (reserved seats); $33 (door, if available)|
Dream line-ups like this don’t come along every day …
The inimitable and prolific Tex Perkins will be joined by his long time collaborator Murray Paterson for a very special performance at Satellite Lounge on Friday, December 9, featuring special guest, former Magic Dirt front woman and now highly acclaimed rock solo artist, Adalita.
Perkins’ career has taken in everything from the groundbreaking experimental punktonica of Sydney mid-80s noiseniks Thug to the lilting, dark country of his recent material with The Dark Horses.
Murray Paterson is an Australian songwriter and musician most notable for his collaborations with Tex Perkins and Charlie Owen. He contributed significantly to the 2011 self-titled release, Tex Perkins and the Dark Horses, as well as Everyone’s Alone in 2012, and most recently Tunnel At The End Of The Light in 2015.
The Rolling Stones in 1976
|Venue:||The Yarraville Club: 135 Stephen St, Yarraville|
|Date:||Saturday, December 31st|
|Fee:||Dinner & Show $81.50+bf Door (if available) $30|
This New Year’s Eve at The Yarraville Club we celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Rolling Stones’ 1976 European Tour with Nick Barker and The Monkey Men.
This infamous Spring 1976 Tour saw The Rolling Stones at perhaps their wildest ever, featuring the classic line-up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman with help from Billy Preston, Ollie Brown and Ian Stewart.
The tour saw shows in Germany, Belgium, Scotland, England, Netherlands, France, Spain, Switzerland, Yugoslavia, Austria and even included a headline spot at Knebworth Fair in England.
NGV Friday Nights
Superstar provocateur Amanda Palmer, breakout talent of the Memphis music scene Julien Baker and Latin GRAMMY-nominated electro-pop artist El Guincho are among the musicians featured in the next series of NGV Friday Nights, kicking off at NGV International on 11 November 2016.
Tony Ellwood, Director, NGV, said, ‘The National Gallery of Victoria is pleased to offer an eclectic program of live music that will complement our two major summer exhibitions: David Hockney: Current and Viktor&Rolf: Fashion Artists. The combination of after-hours exhibition access and diverse live music acts has made Friday Nights one of the most popular programs on the NGV calendar.’
Australian artists in the summer line-up include seminal 1990’s pop band Custard, Melbourne singer-songwriter Sarah Mary Chadwick, Sydney indie rock band Dappled Cities, experimental quintet Tangents, ARIA Hall of Fame inductees Models, voice of TISM Damian Cowell appearing as part of Damian Cowell’s Disco Machine (With Tony Martin), and award-winning blues and country six-piece Cash Savage and the Last Drinks.
The New Year will see performances by emerging post-punk stars Gold Class, lo-fi Brisbane trio I Heart Hiroshima, creator of lush synthesiser soundscapes Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (USA), psychedelic jazz-infused experimentalists The Comet is Coming (UK), deft wordsmith and multi-instrumentalist Olympia, underground danceworld legends NO ZU, London-based electroverts PVT and ARIA Award-winning rockers Dave Graney ‘n’ the Coral Snakes.
Along with headline acts performing in the Great Hall, NGV Friday Nights includes after-hours entry to major summer exhibitions David Hockney: Current and Viktor&Rolf: Fashion Artists, DJ’s in the NGV Garden, talks, and access to food and bars.
NGV Friday Nights
11 November 2016 – 10 March 2017
6pm – 10pm, headline act at 8.30pm
Bookings and information: www.ngv.vic.gov.au
Online $24 Member / $30 Adult / $12 Child
On the door $29 Member / $35 Adult / $15 Child
NGV Friday Nights tickets include exhibition entry to Viktor & Rolf: Fashion Artists (until 26 February 2017) and David Hockney: Current.
NGV Friday Nights full line-up
11 November - Custard
18 November - Sarah Mary Chadwick
25 November - Julien Baker (USA)
2 December - Dappled Cities
9 December - Tangents
16 December - Models
23 December - Damian Cowell’s Disco Machine (With Tony Martin) Presents: Disco Christmas
30 December - Cash Savage and the Last Drinks
6 January - Gold Class
13 January - I Heart Hiroshima
20 January - Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (USA)
27 January - The Comet is Coming (UK)
3 February - Olympia
10 February - NO ZU
17 February - El Guincho (Spain)
24 February - PVT
3 March - Dave Graney ‘n’ the Coral Snakes
10 March - Amanda Palmer (USA)
HÆLOS Australian Tour
Wed 4 Jan: Howler, Melbourne
With special guests Yeo & Christopher Port
Fri 6 Jan: Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
With special guests Yeo, Buoy & Christopher Port
Wed 25 Jan Metro Theatre (Day Before Public Holiday) Sydney NSW
Tue 31 Jan Melbourne Recital Centre (All Ages) Melbourne VIC
Boyce Avenue Tour
Thursday 8th December | Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Friday 9th December | Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Saturday 10th December | The Tivoli, Brisbane
Sunday 11th December | Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Tuesday 13th December | Astor Theatre, Perth
Lake Street Dive Australian Tour 2017
Sunday 1 January, 2017
Fremantle Arts Centre, FREMANTLE
Tickets available via thegov.com.au
Wednesday 4 January, 2017
The Gov, ADELAIDE
Tickets available via thegov.com.au
Friday 6 January, 2017
Tickets available via h-w-l-r.com
Wednesday 13 Australian Tour Dates
Thurs March 23 – The Brightside, Brisbane 18+
Fri March 24 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney 18+
Sat March 25 – Corner Hotel, Melbourne 18+
Underoath Announce 2017 Australian Tour
Fans all around the world never thought that we would be able to read the words "Underoath Reunion Tour" in a sentence that was factually correct. We were confident that this day would never come….think again.
When your favourite band goes on their farewell tour, you go. It doesn’t matter how far you have to drive; you just go. UNDEROATH’s farewell show is a chance to remember, a chance to re-live, and a chance to be excited again. These nights are about the shared experience of over a decade’s worth of music. That even a fraction of that experience can be witnessed in one night, is a wonder in itself.
Friday 10 February – Eatons Hill, Brisbane - Lic AA
Saturday 11 February – Enmore Theatre, Sydney – Lic AA
Sunday 12 February – 170 Russell, Melbourne – 18+
Wednesday 15 February – The Gov, Adelaide – Lic AA
Thursday 16 February – Metropolis, Fremantle – 18+
There is no end in sight for The Ruiins as this quirky, humble pair prepare to release their new single 'Open Up Your Soul'! Recorded in combination with Jordan Power (Dope Lemon, Angus Stone, Skeggs) and Wayne Connolly (You Am I, Boy & Bear). The track delivers a fast-paced riff and drum combo heightened with captivating edgy lyrics and a punchy pop hook laden chorus, which has you singing along from the first listen.
Peace, Love and Vegetables.
The Bearded Lady, Brisbane
Cafe Le Monde, Noosa
Soundlounge, Gold Coast
Lakeside Festival, Foster
El Palmo Pacificano,
Moonshine Bar, Manly
RAD Bar, Wollongong
Gold Coast (TBC)
Grow Your Own Festival
Mega 90s 2017 Tour Dates
Friday 17TH March Perth, Metro City
Saturday 18TH March Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre
Monday 20TH March, Melbourne, 170 Russell
Friday 24th March Brisbane, Eatons Hill
Saturday 25th March Sydney, Big Top
It’s not just a show, it’s an extravaganza! Four of your favourite International 90s Dance Superstars join together for a night of Mega 90s hits!
Are you ready for this? 2 UNLIMITED (Netherlands) will hit Australia for the very first time in March 2017 to perform all their biggest hits including No Limit, Get Ready for This, Twilight Zone, Tribal Dance, Workaholic and more. The techno/dance-pop phenomenon known as 2 UNLIMITED had 9 Top 40 Australian hits and have sold over 20 million records worldwide.
When TECHNOTRONIC (Belgium) released Pump Up The Jam it sounded fresh and exciting and unlike anything else at the time. It paved the way for dance-pop, house, and rap to enter the mainstream charts. The Belgian superstars followed up Pump Up The Jam with another Australian Top 10 hit, Get Up! (Before the Night Is Over) and This Beat Is Technotronic.
REAL MCCOY (Germany) will instantly take you back to the 90s with their mega hits Automatic Lover, Runaway and Love & Devotion as well as number 1 hit single Another Night and platinum selling single One More Time. The German dance/ rap group have announced original studio singer Karin Kasar has reunited with founding member and rapper O-Jay, giving you the opportunity to see the original line up. You don’t want to miss this.
DR. ALBAN (Nigeria) will open up the Mega 90s Extravaganza with his ‘Electrifying and Energizing’ brand of dance music. DR ALBAN first entered the Australian charts in 1992 with the worldwide Eurodance hit It’s My Life. His follow up single Sing Hallelujah peaked at #5 on the Australia Charts and reached Platinum status.
Wallis Bird Home Tour Dates
Thurs 15th December - Pelican Playhouse Theatre, Grafton NSW
Fri 16th December - The Bellingen Brewery, Bellingen NSW
Sat 17th December - Wauchope Arts Concert, Wauchope NSW
Sun 18th December - The Metropole, Katoomba NSW
Wed 21st December - The Phoenix, Canberra ACT
Tue 27th December - Sun 1st January - Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford QLD
Tue 3rd January - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane QLD
Thur 5th January - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne VIC
Fri 6th January - 8th January - Cygnet Folk Festival TAS
Wed 11th January - Small Ballroom, Newcastle NSW
Thur 12th January - Newtown Social Club, Sydney NSW
Fri 13th & Sat 14th January - Illawarra Folk Festival NSW
The Used Australian Tour Dates
Well the action just really heated up for THE USED’s Australian Tour! Melbourne’s STORM THE SKY, riding the wave of their Aria # 30 charting album ‘Sin Will Find You’, join the tour. Their new album is receiving worldwide attention with Rolling Stone describing it as “a crushingly catchy record of millennial come ups and come downs….dark, aching synths and U2-sized hooks”. Sydney duo CORPUS will also be coming along for what is one of the most talked about rock tours of the year!
MONDAY 21ST NOVEMBER: 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE - 18+
TUESDAY 22ND NOVEMBER: 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE - 18+ (SOLD OUT)
FRIDAY 25TH NOVEMBER: METROPOLIS, FREMANTLE – 18+
SATURDAY 26TH NOVEMBER: METROPOLIS, FREMANTLE – 18+
TUESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER: HQ, ADELAIDE – 18+
WEDNESDAY 30TH NOVEMBER: HQ, ADELAIDE – 18+
FRIDAY 2ND DECEMBER: ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY – Licensed All Ages
SATURDAY 3RD DECEMBER: ENMORE THEATRE, SYDNEY – Licensed All Ages
MONDAY 5TH DECEMBER: 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE - 18+ (SOLD OUT)
MONDAY 5TH DECEMBER: 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE - 18+ (SOLD OUT)
FRIDAY 9TH DECEMBER: BRISBANE, EATONS HILL – 18+
SATURDAY 10TH DECEMBER: BRISBANE, EATONS HILL – 18+
Baby Animals ‘One Word’ 2017 Tour
February 3 Rooty Hill RSL Sydney
February 4 The Metro Sydney w/ special guests Dallas Crane*
February 17 The Charles Hotel Perth
February 24 Corner Hotel Melbourne w/ special guests Dallas Crane*
March 4 Clipsal 500 Adelaide
March 17 The Tivoli Brisbane
March 18 Twin Towns Gold Coast
PJ HARVEY Announces 2017 Australasian Tour
Billions Australia are pleased to announce that PJ Harvey is returning to Australasia in January with her full 10-piece band.
Shows in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Wellington and Brisbane follow the release of the critically acclaimed album The Hope Six Demolition Project, which hit #1 in the UK album charts. These will be PJ Harvey’s first live dates in Australia and New Zealand since 2012, with a show that is receiving rave reviews from audiences in the US and across Europe.
Tuesday 17 January, 2017
Fremantle Arts Centre – Perth, WA
Tickets available via www.oztix.com.au
Thursday 19 January, 2017
Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide, SA
Tickets available via www.ticketmaster.com.au
Saturday 21 January, 2017
Sidney Myer Music Bowl – Melbourne, VIC
Tickets available via www.artscentremelbourne.com.au
Sunday 22 January, 2017
ICC Sydney Theatre - Sydney, NSW
Tickets available via www.ticketek.com.au
Tuesday 24 January, 2017
Logan Campbell Centre – Auckland, NZ
Tickets available via www.nztix.co.nz
Wednesday 25 January, 2017
Michael Fowler Centre – Wellington, NZ
Tickets available via www.ticketek.co.nz
Friday 27 January, 2017
Tivoli Theatre – Brisbane, QLD
Tickets available via www.ticketmaster.com.au
Backsliders – ‘Heathen Songbook’ Album Release Tour 2016
Friday Aug 5: Baroque Room, Carrington Hotel, Katoomba, NSW
Saturday Aug 6: The Basement, Sydney, NSW
Saturday Sept 10: Darwin Railway Club, NT
Saturday Sept 17: Caravan Music Club, Melbourne, VIC
Sunday Sept 18: Way Out West Roots Music Club, Williamstown, VIC
Saturday Sept 24: ‘Blues in the Bush’ Festival, WA
Sunday Oct 2: Narooma Golf Club, NSW
Saturday Oct 15: Wingham Akoostik Music Festival, NSW
Saturday Dec 3: Wollongong Town Hall, NSW
Saturday Jan 14: Milton Theatre, NSW
Liz Stringer Tour Dates
Wednesday 31 August - Club Mullum, Mullumbimby, NSW
Thursday 01 September - Junk Bar, Brisbane QLD
Saturday 03 September - Darwin Railway Club, Darwin NT
Sunday 04 September - GYRACC, Katherine NT
Wednesday 07 September - El Questro, Durack WA
Thursday 08 September - Gulliver’s Tavern, Kununurra WA
Friday 09 September - Divers Tavern, Broome WA
Wednesday 14 September - The Junkyard, Maitland NSW
Thursday 15 September - Lizotte’s, Newcastle NSW
Friday 16 September - Django Bar, Sydney NSW
Saturday 17 September - Howler, Melbourne VIC
Sunday 18 September - Beechworth Town Hall, Beechworth VIC
Wednesday 21 September - Red Room, Ararat VIC
Thursday 22 September - Sookie Lounge, Belgrave VIC
Friday 23 September - Wheaty Hotel, Adelaide SA
Saturday 24 September - Red Hot Music, Devonport TAS
Sunday 25 September - Caravan Club, Oakleigh VIC
Friday 16 December - Settlers Tavern, Margaret River WA
Sunday 18 December - Fremantle Arts Centre - Sunday Music, Fremantle WA
|Date:||20th, 27th & 29th of November & 4th of December|
|Fee:||$30 Unwaged / $35 Waged|
Recently in recovery after a courageous battle against ovarian cancer, Candy Royalle is getting straight back to the stage with her explosive new show FRIDA PEOPLE, along with collaborators Sloppy Joe and Betty Grumble.
Royalle, Sloppy Joe and Betty Grumble will be bringing their confronting, challenging and highly entertaining show to the Seymour Centre in Sydney on November 20, 27 and December 4, and to the Brisbane Metro Arts on November 29.
Kylie Minogue Kiss Me Once Tour
KYLIE MINOGUE has announced her 2015 Australian ‘Kiss Me Once’ Tour and Visa Entertainment is giving fans the opportunity to be the first to buy tickets.
Advance tickets for the Australian leg of Kylie’s 2015 ‘Kiss Me Once’ Tour will be available first to all Visa Credit, Debit and Prepaid cardholders from noon (local time) Monday 7 July until noon (local time) Wednesday 9 July 2014 or until presale tickets sell out at www.visaentertainment.com.au.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public, via Ticketek, at 10.00am (local time) Wednesday 14 July 2014.
Kylie’s ‘Kiss Me Once’ Tour will be her first since the stripped back Anti-Tour club shows in Sydney and Melbourne in early 2012. Notably it will have been almost four years since her last national arena tour of our shores.
Joined by her band and dancers, fans can expect first class production, plenty of glamour, and songs that will have them up and dancing the night away.
KYLIE ‘KISS ME ONCE’ National Tour Dates:
14 March 2015 Perth Arena, Perth
17 March 2015 Adelaide Entertainment Centre
18 March 2015 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
20 March 2015 Qantas Credit Union Arena, Sydney
21 March 2015 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
N’fa Jones Touring with Remi
The first taste for 2014 of N’fa Jones forthcoming album Black + White Noise is ‘Money Better Come’. The title of the track speaks for itlself. ‘Money Better Come’ is a Styalz Fuego production with Kaylen Behr featuring on the chorus giving it that good ol’ fashion Summer vibe we all need.
Summing up the way N’fa Jones often feels the life of an artist plays out, the track comes with fun and clever video clip directed by Nic McRobbie. While reflecting on the fragility of life, N’fa still manages to poke a bit of fun at himself, while singing (yep singing) melodies, telling an honest story, and of course kickin a rapped verse to keep the Hip Hop alive.
Get a taste for it while N’fa is on national tour with fellow House of Beige family member and triple j Unearthed winner Remi through February.
Friday 7th Feb - Coniston Lane Front Room (Ex-Wasteland) – Brisbane w/ Remi
Saturday 8th Feb – Northcote Social Club - Melbourne w/ Remi
Friday 14th Feb – Goodgod Small Club - Sydney w/ Remi
Saturday 15th Feb – Rocket Bar – Adelaide w/ Remi
Sunday 16th Feb – The Rosemount Hotel Beer Garden, Perth – FREE ENTRY! w/ Charlie Bucket
The Superjesus 2014 Tour Dates
Respected Aussie rock outfit The Superjesus is hitting the road for the Australia Day long weekend, celebrating in fine style with three live shows. They’ll kick off on 24th January at Waves Wollongong, then head to Bateau Bay Hotel on the 25th, with a massive Australia Day gig on 26th January at Garrison Point, Bankstown.
Following their successful ‘Reformation’ tour earlier this year, which saw the band playing live for the first time in ten years, The Superjesus has been working on new material and are looking forward to road testing it on their fans, with further live dates to come.
The Superjesus rose to prominence in Adelaide in 1994, and was eagerly embraced for their electrifying live shows, spearheaded by charismatic front woman, Sarah McLeod. They were quick to find support from national broadcaster Triple J and were on their way, enjoying multiplatinum album success with Sumo, Jetage and Rock Music and delivering hit singles such as ‘Gravity’, ‘Secret Agent Man’, ‘Shut My Eyes’ and ‘Down Again’.
The Superjesus live in January 2014:
Friday 24th Waves, Wollongong
Saturday 25th Bateau Bay Hotel, Bateau Bay
Sunday 26th Australia Day concert, Garrison Point, Bankstown
Harrison Craig More Than A Dream Tour
Friday 27 September: QPAC Concert Hall
Saturday 28 September: Jupiter’s Theatre
Tuesday 1 October: Palms at Crown
Wednesday 2 October: Palms at Crown
Saturday 5 October: Capitol Theatre
Friday 11 October: Regal Theatre
Saturday 12 October: Her Majesty’s Theatre
Thursday 31 October: The Capital
Friday 1 November: Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts
Saturday 2 November: Deakin’s Costa Hall
Sunday 3 November: Lighthouse Theatre
Wednesday 6 November: Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre
Thursday 7 November: Mildura Arts Centre
Friday 8 November: Wangarratta Performing Arts Centre
Saturday 9 November: Wangarratta Performing Arts Centre
Wednesday 13 November: Dubbo Regional Theatre Convention Centre
Thursday 14 November: Orange Civic Theatre
Friday 15 November: Illawarra Performing Arts Centre
Saturday 16 November: The Playhouse
Tuesday 19 November: Star Court Theatre
Wednesday 20 November: Capitol Theatre
Thursday 21 November: Glasshouse
Friday 22 November: Civic Theatre Newcastle
Saturday 23 November: Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
|Friday 22nd of June: Great Northern Hotel, Newcastle|
Saturday 23rd of June: Beresford, Sydney
Wednesday 4th of July: Workers Club, Melbourne
Wednesday 11th of July: Workers Club, Melbourne
Wednesday 18th of July: Workers Club, Melbourne
Wednesday 25th of July: Workers Club, Melbourne
Saturday 28th of July: Gallery Bar, Oxford Arts, Sydney