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WHAT'S ON - OUTSIDE THE WALLS 2017

We're Going on a Bear Hunt

Thursday 1 June 6:30pm and Friday 2 June 10:00am, 12:00pm 
Latrobe Performing Arts Centre - Grey Street, Traralgon

WE’RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT is the wonderful story of a family out for walk and on the lookout for a growling bear.

This 55 minute mini-musical has the essence of fun and frolics of a father who is clearly still a child at heart, his three children including a tiny intrepid bear hunter in the making – baby is strapped to dad’s back plus the family dog and of course....a BIG BROWN CUDDLY BEAR!

Full: $27.50.00, Concession: $24.00, Members: $23.00, U/18: $18.00
Groups (schools) : $15.00 Plus one comp adult per 10 tickets

Elvis... & Me 

Friday 2 June 7.30pm - Wesley of Warragul

An intimate & heartfelt tribute to the biggest star there ever was, starring Andy Seymour. Celebrate ‘The King’ as Andy Seymour takes you on a glorious, jam packed ride full of the songs you know & love and stories you’ll never forget!

Hailing from a small country town, Andy Seymour grew up listening to the one & only local radio station. Even though it played all kinds of music, Andy found himself drawn to these huge voices belting out songs of love and loss and imagining what these singers looked like. Our 12-year old Andy was once found crooning ‘In The Ghetto’ to a field of jersey cows - which seemed perfectly normal at the time....

Elvis...& Me is love and pain on bended knee (especially at our age...) together with a fascinating look behind-the-scenes of what it’s really like to tour the globe.

Adult: $39.00, Concession: $36.50, Members: $37.50
Group 8+: $37.50, 17 & under: $25.00

Wesley of Warragul, 62 Victoria St, Warragul

Dracula 

Tuesday 6 June 11:00am, 8:00pm
Cardinia Cultural Centre - 40 Lakeside Blvd, Pakenham

Another bloody classic. The Gothic horror story swoops the country in a gripping, critically-acclaimed production created by shake & stir. 

From the company behind the multi-award winning, national touring productions of 1984 and Animal Farm comes this new adaptation of Stoker's twisted tale. Touring nationally, Dracula is stunning audiences all over the country. 

Full: $45.00, Concession: $43.00, Members: $38.00
U/18: $28.00, Groups 10+: $38.00 - Bus Service Available


The Dracula Experience (8:00pm only):
Full: $80.00, Members:$75

Includes: Dracula Show Ticket, Dinner and Beverage, Post show Beverage, Post show Meet & Greet with the Cast, Transport to and from the venue from Warragul if required.

Sing from the Heart -With The Beggars 

Friday 9 June 11:00am - Narracan Public Hall  

SING FROM THE HEART is the brand new show from internationally acclaimed vocal trio THE BEGGARS. Following the success of previous shows AUSTRALIAN SONGBOOK, SING THE SEEKERS and SING! the Beggars turn their hearts and voices to the emotional power of song and it’s mysterious ability to touch the listener, releasing recollections of love, family, joy and loss.

Renee Donaghey (vocal, guitar, ukulele), Quinton Dunne (vocal, double bass) and Stuart Day (vocal, guitar, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica) present SING FROM THE HEART in their relaxed, congenial style, weaving gorgeous three part vocal harmonies with acoustic textures that will transport the listener. Stories and anecdotes add to the enjoyment, while images projected onstage set the scene, creating vivid and evocative atmospheres for each song.


Full: $20.00, Concession: $18.00, Members: $15.00
U/18: $15.00, Groups 10+: $15.00 - Bus Service Available

Narracan Public Hall: Connections Road, Narracan

Bakersfield Mist by Stephen Sachs   

Tuesday 13 June 8:00pm
Cardinia Cultural Centre - 40 Lakeside Blvd, Pakenham

Is the true value of art in the eyes of the beholder? Maude (Julie Nihill), an unemployed bartender, has bought a painting for a few bucks from an opp shop. Despite almost trashing it, she now thinks it’s a Jackson Pollock worth millions. In fact she’s certain it is.

But when world-class art expert, Lionel Percy (John Wood), flies over from New York and arrives at her trailer park home in Bakersfield to authenticate the painting, he really has no idea what he’s about to discover. Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.

Full: $45.00, Concession: $43.00, Members: $38.00
U/18: $28.00, Groups 10+: $38.00 - Bus Service Available


The Bakersfield Mist  Experience Package:
Full: $80.00, Members:$75

Includes: Bakersfield Mist Show Ticket, Dinner and Beverage, Post show Beverage, Post show Meet & Greet with the Cast, Transport to and from the venue from Warragul if required. 

Slava and Leonard Grigoryan  

Sunday 25 June 3:00pm - Wesley of Warragul 

Although regarded as Australia’s finest guitar duo performing much of the instrument’s standard classical repertoire, the Grigoryan Brothers’ passion is to expand their horizons through new arrangements, their own compositions and commissions. 

For this performance The Grigoryan Brothers will be performing works from their latest release, which sees a return to classical repertoire. The album will include songs by composers such as Bach, Elgar, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff, Faure, De Falla and Ponce all masterfully arranged for them by their father Edward. This familial collaboration is not new, with Grigoryan senior arranging the music of Tchaikovsky’s suite for piano ‘The Seasons’, for his sons’ critically acclaimed 2012 release.grigoryan web

The program will also include other works highlighting the Slava and Leonard’s diverse skills: their deep appreciation of a broad spectrum of musical styles has resulted in many collaborations involving music, both written and improvised. Combine this with their classical training and the result is a unique sound incorporating all these influences. It is not classical, not jazz, not world....it is the Grigoryan Brothers.

 Full: $50.00, Concession: $45.00, Members: $42.00
U/18: $33.00, Groups 10+: $42.00
Wesley of Warragul, 62 Victoria St, Warragul

Diary of a Wombat

Based on the book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley

Thursday 20 July 6:30pm and Friday 21 July 10:00am, 12:00pm - Cardinia Cultural Centre 

Millions of young people around the world have adored the multi award-winning picture book, Diary of a Wombat. Now finally this iconic work by Australian Children’s Laureate (2014/15), Jackie French and Bruce Whatley comes to the stage.

Meet Mothball, the naughtiest wombat in Australia. Bored with her daily routine, Mothball goes in search of shelter and food, creating chaos in the lives of the humans around her. Between a packed schedule of scratching, sleeping and eating, Mothball discovers that with a bit of persistence, humans are quite easily trained!

Monkey Baa and a team of revered artists  use the magic of puppetry and live music to bring this delightful story for ages 3+ to the stage.

Full: $27.00, Concession: $24.00, Members: $23.00, U/18: $18.00
Groups (schools) : $15.00 - Plus one comp adult per 10 tickets

Cardinia Cultural Centre 40 Lakeside Blvd, Pakenham. 

The Crow Family

Thursday 27 July 7:30 PM
Neerim Junction Hall

Performed by the Pidd-Davey Family

Nobody saw this happen so it may or may not be true.
A woman lives in the middle of a city, next to a tree that smells of lemons. In this tree lives a family of crows, but their home is threatened by developers looking to build inner city apartments where factories and shops used to be. 

Told by real life family, Maude Davey, David Pidd and their children, Alice (17) and Leo (10) in the tradition of travelling show biz troupes of old, The Crow Family shares this urban parable alongside songs, confessions, tales of famous and infamous families, The Crow Family is an insight into the delicate and difficult business of being a family.

Featuring songs by Australian rock legend, Peter Farnan (Boom Crash Opera), The Crow Family is a gentle, intimate, and beautiful music performance event about remarkable creatures and what makes us human.

Full: $‬32.00, Concession: $‬28.00, Members: $25.00,
Youth U/18, $‬20.00
- Bus service from WGAC available 

KINGS OF CROON

Thursday 10 August 11:00 AM
Seaview Mechanics Institute

Kings of Croon brings together 3 of Australia’s stars of stage, screen and musical theatre for an experience like no other in a show that breathes life into songs that make the whole world!

These tuxedo-clad croonersbring back a classic Vegas-like lounge show with a dynamic, modern twist. Join them as they celebrate and pay homage to the most loved and remembered
crooners. 

Enjoy Velvety deliveries of Save the Last Dance for Me, Summer Wind, Mack the Knife, Speak Softly Love and Beyond the Sea, tipping the hat to artists such as Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin and so many more. 

The Kings of Croon will treat you to songs from albums, stage, screen and studio that have formed the soundtrack for the lives of millions of people.

Full: $20.00, Concession: $18.00, Members: $15.00
U/18: $15.00, Groups 10+: $15.00
- Bus Service Available

Contact us to find out about our free bus service to selected shows and venues - Ph 5624 2456.

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