Winter is setting in but that doesn’t mean you are doomed to watching TV. Take a look at what we have coming up in June and make it your mission to ignite your creative side!

Join us for a show, take part in a workshop or simply indulge in the artwork that decorates our walls both indoors and out. The new artwork The Bonfire by Kerrie Warren was installed recently to add some spark to the outside of the building.

Cast away those Winter Blues… Life is better live!

Feature Event

The Little Prince
Tuesday 21 June, 11am  & 5pm

Take flight with your imagination with this beautiful production of The Little Prince adapted from the bestselling book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

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“Fantastical characters and mythical destinations are bought to life in ways that make children lean forward in their seats, and adults revel in the intelligence and resourcefulness of the designer and performers.” Arts Hub

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The Eagles Story

Thu 2 Jun, 8pm
Australia’s Premiere tribute to the music of The Eagles featuring superb renditions of their music.

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The Man in Black – The Johnny Cash Story
Fri 3 Jun, 8pm
Back and reloaded with Australian Country Music Superstars Adam Harvey and Catherine Britt.

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The Fabulous Singlettes
Sat 4 Jun, 8pm
They sing, they dance, with frocks galore! A playful celebration of some of the greatest hits from 60’s, 70’s & beyond

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Physical Theatre Workshop
Wed 8 Jun, 5.30pm
Dislocate Company members from If These Walls Could Talk show you how to create a performance with movement and dance.

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The Fairies –
Let’s Party

Wed 29 Jun, 11am
Magical fairies Harmony and Rhapsody lead the way in Let’s Party with fairy spells galore, along with Barnaby, Elf and Wizzy
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Foster & Allen

Mon 13 Jun, 7pm
Mick Foster and Tony Allen celebrating 40 years in the music industry with their unique blend of easy listening & folk music.

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Boy out of the Country
Wed 15 Jun, 8pm
Award winning poet and playwright Felix Nobis has created a fast paced funny and crackling Australian idiom about life beyond the big city.
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Three Tenors Show
Fri 7 Jun,
10.30am & 1.30pm
Angelo Falcone, Lawrence Allen and Marco Cinque comprise the Three Tenors Show with pianist Gianni Turcio.
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If These Walls Could Talk
Thu 9 Jun, 7.30pm
Physical theatre performance without dialogue that speaks volumes through movement, dance, music & a touch of visual arts.
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Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers International Tribute

Sat 11 Jun, 8pm
Celebration of the magic and the classic hits of three of the world’s greatest rock n roll music legends.

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The Little Prince
Tue 21 Jun, 11am* & 5pm
*Auslan signed
A beautiful production adapted from the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre.
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Elvis if I can Dream

Sat 25 Jun, 8pm
The great hits of Elvis Presley in a brand new two hour concert experience starring internationally renowned Mark Anthony.

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The Wiggles – WigglesTown Tour
Mon 27 Jun, 10am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 4.30pm
All shows sold out. Register for cancellation list with Box Office 97841060
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Doug Parkinson honours Joe Cocker
Sat 18 Jun, 8pm
A night of soul & rock, the electric current runs high, generated from the talented 8 piece band & the powerful voice of Doug Parkinson.
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Hot Arts For Cool Kids
Mon 4, Tue 5, Thu 7, Wed 8 July
Arts & Craft Program. Bring your space fantasy to life. Use your imagination with paint, wood, fabric & recycled materials.
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Feature Workshop
Theatre Workshop for Teens of All Abilities
Wed 29 Jun, 10am-4pm
Suits 12-17 years
What happens when the tale of Little Red Riding hood goes wrong? With physical theatre and mad libs, this taster workshop is for young people with mild disabilities. This workshop will focus on physical theatre, devising, teamwork and transforming stories.
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Feature Exhibition
Hilary Cresp – Endless
FAC – Atrium Gallery & Art + Gift Boxes
12 May – 6 July
Hilary is a local illustrator who explores the conflict of role, time and necessity in daily domestic life. Endless examines repetition, beauty, inevitability, ageing and the endlessness of laundry. Postcards, tea towels and prints of the exhibition artworks are available for sale.
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Phone Box Office 03 9784 1060

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