JOIN THE BIGGEST BAND YOU’VE EVER SEEN
ST KILDA BIG LOST BAND
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN!
Imagine 20 drum kits, 20 basses, 60 guitars, 10 keyboards and a swarm of singers on mics. All are warmly welcome to join this rollicking rock and roll adventure – young and old, beginners and seasoned pros – when the famous Big Lost Band hits O’Donnell Gardens, St Kilda on the 15th of January.
First open rehearsal is scheduled from 1-3pm on Saturday 12th December at Theatre Works.
Register yourself, your children, your partner, your grandchildren, nieces, nephews, uncles, aunties, great aunts, pets and neighbours below:
NOW SHOWING UNTIL 27 NOV
HOLD ONTO YOUR WIGS
ARRIVING WITH SOME SERIOUS WIND (MACHINES)
In 2022, Theatre Works will host over 300 artists, 50+ shows, 6 festivals across 3 stages (including a brand new second venue!) A reminder to join us on Facebook and Instagram live from 7:30pm this Sunday 28 November as we reveal it all from our new space.
RSVP below to receive a reminder on Sunday by clicking ‘Going’ or ‘Interested’ on our Facebook event.
OPENING NEXT WEEK
Wellness guru, Juniper, is set to unveil her COVID-curing Miracle Tonic at her annual Soul Convergence – until an Insta-famous audience member dies onsite and things get a little… complicated?
WELLBLESS is the latest black comedy about the wellness industry by Debra Thomas and Ella Roth Barton. Limited tickets left.
WRAPPING UP 2021 WITH
PRAMKICKER comes to Theatre Works from Dirty Pennies Theatre Project, who premiered the show to Australian audiences in 2018. Artistic director and Theatre Works Associate Artist alumna, Amy May Nunn, says:
“The play’s ability to meaningfully tackle weighty feminist themes while also being gut-achingly funny was central to its allure. Ultimately this work is a celebration of choice, and as a woman entering my 30’s, grappling with my own questions about having kids, reading this play made me feel less alone, less crazy and more human.” (Time Out, 2021)
Reminder: $20 (plus booking fee) early bird tickets offer ends midnight tonight with the special code: PENNIES
Theatre Works acknowledges First People’s sovereignty and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and story telling by the traditional owners of this country. We pay our respects to their ancestors, Elders and community leaders.
Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.