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Laycock Street Theatre
21 December 1pm

Morning Melodies Christmas Special
presented by The New Empire Ballroom Ragtime Dance Orchestra and Friends with Gosford City Council

Join us for this very special end of year Christmas celebration. Let us help you into the festive mood. Sit back and enjoy all the christmas classics from the amazing New Empire Ballroom Ragtime Dance Orchestra along with some very special guests and friends. As always, the ticket price includes refreshments so make sure you join us for a Christmas Afternoon Tea.

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Laycock Street Theatre
13 January 10.30am and 7.30pm, 14 January 2.30pm, 15 January 10.30am, 16 January 10.30am and 7.30pm, 17 January 10.30am and 7.30pm

GMS Juniors presents
Gosford Musical Society is proud to present Narnia the Musical directed by Kerrie Rochford. It is 1941 and England is at war. London is threatened by regular bomb raids and is no longer safe for families. British children are sent to the countryside to protect them from the dangers of the war. Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy Pevensie find themsleves journeying to their Uncle's country estate. However, the Pevensies' adventure begins when they discover a wardrobe which transports them to a mystical land called Narnia. In Narnia, the children find a beautiful land of magical creatures. They also find a land divided by those loyal to the White Witch and those who believe in the prophecy that will free them from her evil rule. the prophecy states that the Sons of Adam and Daughters of Eve will come to Narnia and Aslan, the true ruler of Narnia will return. The children must dicover the truth behind the prophecy and the courage to fight for what is right.

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Laycock Street Theatre
30 January 8pm

Due to demand, an additional show has just been added for Saturday 31 January 8pm

A List Entertainment presents
Kitty Flanagan – Seriously?
In this brand new show, Kitty gives you the inside scoop on gravediggers, cops, cubans and spaghetti soss. There’s advice on how to speak to doctors, some funny music from Sister Penny plus a serious attempt to quantify one of life’s biggest mysteries:
“How much do old people love salt?”
Adult $44.90, Concession, Student, Groups 10+ $39.90

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Laycock Street Theatre
6 February 8pm

Beatle Magic

“Beatle Magic is the best Beatles tribute ever to hit Australia’s shores” this from Australia’s radio legend Mr Bob Rogers. Bob was christened the fifth Beatle during The Beatles 1964 tour of Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. As the Australian journalist correspondent he had exclusive Beatles interview rights throughout their tour. Bob now hosts Sydney’s 9am radio 2CH morning show and has played Beatle Magic’s own recordings of the classic Beatle tunes that took the world by storm during the 1960s.

Theatre Member $35, Adult $45, Conc/Child/Groups 10 + $40

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Laycock Street Theatre
Friday 13 February 8pm and Saturday 14 February 8pm
100% Kylie
100% KYLIE is best described in the words of Kylie herself ‘BEST KYLIE ACT’ – Feb 2010.
100% KYLIE extraordinarily replicates the look and sound of the ‘Pop Princess’, astonishing international audiences with jaw dropping replica costumes, phenomenal dancers and outstanding renditions of her hits in an exciting grand stage spectacular, that has to be seen to be believed. Over the past 12 years, 100% KYLIE has become one of the most exciting and frequently booked entertainment acts performing over 800 concerts in 15 countries. Globally, people love Kylie, and audiences love 100% KYLIE . Each performance is a spectacular mix of vocal brilliance and showmanship, musical excellence, amazing costumes, incredible dancers who have previously worked with the real Kylie, crowd interaction and fabulous humor. The show is always a fantastic night’s entertainment for all ages, an exciting blend of cabaret, shimmering sequins, glitz and glamour and always has the audiences dancing all night long and begging for more.

Theatre Member $35, Adult $45, Concession and Groups 6+ $42

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Laycock Street Theatre
20 February 8pm

Entertainment Consulting presents
Back to Bacharach
From the Producer of Damn Good Divas, Dusty The Concert, John Waters Looking Through A Glass Onion and Todd McKenney “songs and stories of Peter Allen”, Jason Owen and Amber Lawrence, Entertainment Consulting now bring you……

Back to Bacharach is a 2-hour concert celebrating the songs and life of Burt Bacharach, featuring powerhouse entertainer Casey Donovan, the legendary Doug Williams, Australia’s leading vocal coach and theatre star Darren Mapes and Top 4 Australian Idol 2004 and The Voice (2014) contestant, Hayley Jensen.

Burt Bacharach is one of the most prolific and successful songwriters of the 20th Century.  As a 6 time Grammy and 3 time Academy Award winner, with 73 Top 40 hits in the US, and 52 Top 40 hits in the UK, Burt Bacharach wrote the music for over 700 published songs, which have been recorded by some 2,000 artists - from Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley to the Beatles and the Supremes.

Along with lyricist Hal David, they were at the forefront of the famous Brill Building in NYC described as “the most important generator of popular songs in the Western world”.

At age 85, Burt Bacharach still tours the world to sell out audiences.  He himself and his music continue to stand the test of time.

The Concert will feature some of Burt Bacharach’s most well known songs by Artists such as Dionne Warwick, Aretha Franklin, Barbra Streisand, Dusty Springfield, The Carpenters, Supremes, Roberta Flack, The Shirelles, Petula Clark of the female songstresses and BJ Thomas, Tom Jones, Christopher Cross, Neil Diamond, The Drifters, Luther Vandross, Herb Alpert, Gene Pitney, Isaac Hayes, Johnny Mathis and Elvis Presley of the male artists.

In this 2 hour show, it’s a non-stop hit factory with 26 songs we’re all so familiar with such as “I’ll Never Fall In Love Again”, “That’s What Friends Are For”, “I Say A Little Prayer”, “This Guys In Love With You”, “Arthurs Theme”, “Heartlight”, “There’s Always Something There To Remind Me”, “What The World Needs Now”, “Close To You”, “Walk On By” and so many more.

Adult $59.95, Concession and Groups 6+ $54.95

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Laycock Street Theatre
6 March 8pm, 7 March 2pm and 8pm, 13 March 8pm, 14 March 2pm and 8pm, 15 March 2pm, 19 March 8pm, 20 March 8pm, 21 March 2pm and 8pm.

Gosford Musical Society presents
The Pirates of Penzance

“The very model of a melodramatic maritime musical” It’s incredible to believe, but Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Piratesof Penzance was first performed in 1879 - and yet it is stillregarded as one of the most popular of their 14 legendaryoperettas. Interesting also to note that it was GMS’ premierproduction in 1948. Young Frederic becomes the hapless victim of a grievous mistake when his nursemaid Ruth indentures him to the
gentlemanly, (albeit bumbling) pirates of Penzance until his 21st birthday. With dreams of one day pursuing a more admirable occupation, his hopes become dashed when he is informed by the Pirate King that, as his birthday falls on February 29, he’ll have to wait 63 years! When he falls in love with the virtuous Mabel, his fate seems even bleaker. Shackled by his indefatigable sense of duty, Frederic’s only comfort is that Mabel agrees to wait for him. In the 1980s this rollicking, evergreen musical experienced an unprecedented Sydney revival with Jon English as the Pirate King - and it’s that production which influences GMS’s fourth tilt at this much-loved classic. With hilarious tunes such as: With Cat-Like Tread; When the Foeman Bares his Steel(Tarantara, Tarantara); Poor Wand’ring One and the scintillating A Modern Major-
General - “Pirates” is bound to captivate audiences young...and not quite as young.

GMS and Theatre Members $34, Adult $39, Concession $36, Groups 10+ $34
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Laycock Street Theatre
25 March 8pm

Raz Music presents

This is a chance to hear the acclaimed vocalist Lior in a manner harking back to archetypal ‘salon’ concerts where both audience and performer share an evening enjoying the connection that only proximity can offer.
Lior burst onto the Australian music scene in 2005 with his stunning debut album Autumn Flow. Recorded and released entirely independently, and spearheaded by This Old Love and subsequent singles Daniel and Autumn Flow, the album became one of the most successful independent debuts in Australian history. A swag of accolades followed, amongst them three Aria nominations (including Best Male Artist), as well as Triple J’s prestigious ‘J Award’ nomination for Album of the Year.
Lior is known for his dynamic and moving performances, and has earned a reputation as one of Australia’s finest live performers. He is part of a rare breed of artists who has achieved a high degree of success and critical acclaim, whilst maintaining an independence and individuality in his craft.
Don’t miss the chance to see him in this one-off intimate solo show.

Member $35, Adult $45, Concession $42,
Groups 10+ $42, Under 18 $18
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Laycock Street Theatre
27 March 8pm

Peace Train Entertainment presents
Peace Train: The Cat Stevens Story

Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story “Intimate & Acoustic”, starring Darren Coggan, is a night of music and story-telling which will strike a chord deep inside the heart of anyone who longs for something more; A journey back in time to the well of inspiration, recreating Cat’s timeless songs as they were originally written - on an acoustic guitar and piano, seeking out the man in the music and telling the story behind the songs.
Hear twenty-four hits sung with remarkable authenticity by one of Australia’s most exciting artists. From Moonshadow, to Morning Has Broken, Wild World, Father & Son, First Cut Is The Deepest, Hard Headed Womanand Peace Train, Darren Coggan traces the path of a man who never stopped wondering about how to make the world a better place.

Adult $55, Concession $50
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The Peninsula Theatre, Woy Woy
31 March 11am, 1 April 11am, 8 April 2pm and 6pm, 9 April 2pm

Drop Bear Theatre presents
The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch

Lackaday, lackaday – Mr Grinling is a lighthouse keeper with a big, hungry problem. Every day Mrs Grinling transports his lunch by fly-wire across water and waves. But presently, it is not Mr Grinling, but the pesky seagulls who eat their fill. So Mrs Grinling, Mr Grinling and Hamish the cat put heads and paws together so the lighthouse keeper can have his lunch.
Join Drop Bear Theatre at the Peninsula Theatre, Woy Woy in this devilishly simple stage adaptation of the modern classic picture book The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch. With whimsy, windswept humour and a musical kick, audiences will be delighted by the same performing artists who brought you Mem Fox’s The Magic Hat.
Teachers note: The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch features on the NSW 2015 Premier’s Reading Challenge K-2.

Member $12, all other tickets $15
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Laycock Street Theatre
7 April 7pm


Abstract Entertainment presents

Delighted children and scores of adults banged away on the drum clutched tightly between their legs as if newly releases from an asylum…[the] performers demonstrate not only amazing rhythmic abilities, but also enough high energy, athleticism and charisma to make a compelling case for drumming as a future Olympic event.”   The New York Post

The brainchild of the Drum Cafe’s Warren Lieberman and co-created with Kathy-Jo Wein, Drum Struck premiered in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2002. It has since become a phenomenon, touring the world with shows in New York, Japan, Australia, China, Vietnam, and South Africa. The show was billed as the first interactive drum-theatre experience, and has won over audiences world-wide with its exhilarating presentation of African beats and explosive energy. This one of a kind show provides every audience member with a drum to play along with the on stage performers. For the fifth year in a row the smash hit musical Drum Struck toured Japan in 2012. Playing to sold out houses and receiving standing ovations at every venue, this unique phenomenon, rooted in African culture, is a thoroughly engaging spectacle that provides the audience with an hour and of pure interactive fun and entertainment that is perfect for the whole family.

Adult  $67.50
Concession / FT Student $ 60.75
Child $37.50

Group 10+ Adults $60.75
Group 10+ Children (eg school group) $37.50

Family of 4 (2 adults / 2 children) $189.00
Family of 5 (2 adults / 3 children) $223.75

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Laycock Street Theatre
14 April 6pm
15 April 10.30am and 3pm

360 Allstars

360 ALLSTARS is a phenomenal physical performance exploring all forms of rotation. Boasting a stellar cast, including world champion athletes, world class dancers and world renowned musicians, the production connects the street with the elite to deliver a radical urban circus!
A performance like no other, 360 ALLSTARS reinvents the traditional circus by presenting contemporary performance styles instead of conventional circus art forms. Replace acrobats with break dancers, substitute a basketball freestyler in place of a juggler, swap the unicyclist for a BMX flatlander, and exchange the hoop act for a Roue Cyr artist, and you get an exhilarating circus performance like nothing you have seen before! And with live music from award-winning master musicians and “ringmasters”, Gene Peterson and Sam Perry, 360 ALLSTARS is as aurally exciting as it is visually astounding.
Featuring artists from UK, Europe, America, Australia and New Zealand, the performance is a spectacular, colourful and audibly exciting expression of a generation that has reinvented public performance.

Member $28, All other tickets $32, Groups 10+ $30
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Laycock Street Theatre
24 April 8pm
25 April 1pm

Ellis Productions presents


Well-known writer and performer Michael Veitch's life-long obsession with the aircraft of the Second World War led him to conclude that every single person who flew them, or flew in them, has at least one extraordinary story to tell. With most of these veterans in their eighties, he knew that it was a matter of urgency to find them now, before their personal stories disappear forever.
Based on his two best-selling books, Flak and Fly, Veitch takes on the roles of former airmen, recounting their extraordinary, true and largely untold stories of combat in the air war of 1939-45 as they were told to him.
From bomber pilots to fighter aces, from rear gunners to bomb aimers, from stories of death and fear to tales of humour and comradeship, Michael has helped unearth the extraordinary stories of ordinary men living and fighting in extraordinary times.
In all, five men and their stories are presented, all contrasting, all compelling, all true.
Hear these stories for the first time from the mouths of the men who lived them.
Member $25, Adult $35, Concession $30,
Groups 10+ $28, Under 18 $18
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Laycock Street Theatre
3 May, 2.30pm 2015

Focal Point Australia Presents
Simon and Garfunkel: The Concert

The Boxer, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Feelin Groovy, Me & Julio, Homeward Bound, Scarborough Fair, Kathy’s Song, Sounds of Silence...

Simon & Garfunkel reflected and defined the mood of the '60s. With their impeccable musicianship and record sales in excess of 70 million, they are arguably the greatest vocal duo of all time.
Simon and Garfunkel - The Concert  is inspired by their remarkable reunion concert in Central Park New York. ‘Shelley & Robertson’ with a full backing band relive the songs, the times, the music and those impeccable harmonies.

A fun, nostalgic story filled performance that will touch you and transport you back to where you were, and what you felt, when you first heard their music.
See footage about the show here http://youtu.be/3aQ5HI3FywY



Theatre Member $50, Adult $55, Conc./ Child/ Groups 10+ $50
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Laycock Street Theatre
7 May 8pm

Pearl: The Janis Joplin Story y
To her intimate friends she was known as ‘Pearl’, to her enthralled public she was Janis Joplin, the greatest female singer in the history of rock and roll.

Pearl,- The Janis Joplin Story, delivers in words and music her tumultuous outlook on life, love and being the first lady of rock who got a little dirty!

Featuring, Liza Ohlback one of Australia’s premier  Jazz and Blues singers

Including hits such as Cry Cry Baby’,‘Move Over’, ‘Piece of My Heart’, ‘Bobby McGee’ and more.

Also featuring the influences of greats such as Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan & Leonard Cohen.

‘Pearl’ transports the audience into a smokey, jazz blues club feel… mixed with a good dose of pure acid rock and bohemian vintage freedom!

For more information visit www.pearjanisjoplin.com.au

Theatre Member $, 48, Adult $55, Conc. $50, Groups 10+ $48
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Laycock Street Theatre
1 June 11am and 1pm
2 June 10am and 12 noon

CDP presents Tall Stories' Magical Musical Adaptation of
The Gruffalo's Child


The Gruffalo said that no Gruffalo should
Ever set foot in the deep dark wood…
If you loved The Gruffalo, don't miss this sequel.
One wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s child ignores her father’s warning and tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn't really exist. Does he?
The team behind The Gruffalo returns with The Gruffalo's Child, bringing together physical theatre, music and puppetry to deliver songs, laughs and scary fun for children aged 4 and up, and their adults…
“winningly played” - Sydney Morning Herald
“can't fail to please” - Brisbane Courier Mail
“...this brave little offspring of the Gruffalo captures the young audience and keeps it entranced...plenty of audience involvement to keep the kids active and engaged....” - Stage Whispers

Member $20, Adult $25, Concession $20,
Groups 10+ $22, Under 12 $18, School Groups $18
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Laycock Street Theatre
14 August 8pm

Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase

The Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase will be tearing up the freeways of Australia for the third year in a row, featuring the crème de la crème of the 2015 Festival right on your doorstep!
Boasting a line-up of the best local and international comics and showcasing some of the funniest and freshest emerging talents, you will be left sore from belly laughs due to this jam packed night of pure entertainment!
2014 saw the Showcase put smiles on the faces of over 15,000 people in more than 45 regional and metropolitan centres over a huge 5 month tour and 2015 is set to be the biggest tour so far!
So call your pals, book the babysitter and grab your tickets to the funniest night of entertainment you will see all year!
"A very lucky audience was brought to tears, to fits of laughter courtesy of the Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase..." - AU Review

Recommended for mature audiences 15 years and over. May contain coarse language and adult themes.
Member $40, All other tickets $44
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Laycock Street Theatre
21 August 12noon and 2pm
22 August 10am and 12noon

A CDP Production
The 26-Storey Treehouse


Well, what are you waiting for? Come on up! THEY’RE BACK!
Yes, that’s right. Andy and Terry had such a ball with their crash-landing entry into the world of theatre with The 13-Storey Treehouse, they’re back for more. 13 storeys more, in fact. AND YOU’RE INVITED!
You know what 13 more storeys means? More INVENTIONS – like the 78 flavour ice-cream-dispensing robot and the brain bamboozling Maze of Doom (not to mention the self-inflating underpants) and more things to go WRONG – not least of which is the very real possibility that the entire show is a complete and utter disaster. Will Andy and Terry push their friend Jill to her absolute limits? And who is this shady Hector Houtkop, with a really bad pirate accent? And what about ALL THOSE PIRATES?
Adapted by award-winning playwright and author Richard Tulloch (The Book of Everything, Bananas in Pyjamas), The 26-Storey Treehouse is brought to you by the same cracker team that delivered the smash-hit stage version of The 13-Storey Treehouse. So what are you waiting for? You’ll laugh your head off!

Member $20, Adult $25, Concession $20,
Groups 10+ $22, Under 12 $18, School Groups $18
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Laycock Street Theatre
24 Augustr 8pm

Bell Shakespeare's

By William Shakespeare
Director Damien Ryan
With Josh McConville & Matilda Ridgway

Dark acts result in darker consequences. And there is little that’s darker and more complicated than the act of revenge. A family torn apart by murder, a son burdened with the truth and the task of avenging his father, and a country on the brink of war.
Anguish, passion and desperation collide in this tragic telling of Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark who is tormented by the impossibility of his dilemma, and who remains one of theatre’s most fascinating characters.
Damien Ryan, returning to Bell Shakespeare following the critically acclaimed Henry V in 2014, will deliver a new production of Hamlet, infused with the passion, contemplation and emotion that Shakespeare’s compelling poetry cries out for. Josh McConville (Griffin Theatre Company’s The Boys and Sydney Theatre Company’s Mojo) and Matilda Ridgway (Sport For Jove’s A Doll’s House) will delve into the depths of the complexity, violence, philosophical reflection, madness and maddening seduction of Hamlet.

Member $40, Adult $50, Concession $48,
Groups 10+ $45, Under 18 $25
, School Groups $18

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Laycock Street Theatre
11 September 8pm

Harbour Agency Presents
Johnny Cash The Concert: 60 Years of Cash

On September 1, 1954 an unknown young man walked into the recording studio in the Memphis Recording Service building at 706 Union Ave, Memphis, Tennessee and walked out having cut a record that would define its own genre of music. That single, Hey Porter, was released on the Sun Records label on June 21, 1955 and a legend was born.

Few artists can claim that they are an entire genre of music unto themselves but if you try and define this man’s body of work, you are left with one conclusion. Johnny Cash is that artist!

At his passing in 2003 at the age of 71, he left behind an unparalleled body of work, having written & recorded over 800 songs and having recorded more than 1500 songs in total. He is the only artist in history to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll, Country Music and Songwriters Halls of Fame and to add further to this unprecedented honour he is also a member of the Rockabilly and Gospel Halls of Fame. 60 years after the release of his first single, having won countless awards, including fourteen Grammy awards and having become a worldwide household name, this unequalled artist has become an icon of 20th century popular culture and his legend has continued to grow as we have moved well and truly into the 21st century.

Since 2009, Award-Winning singer Daniel Thompson & Australian guitar master Stuie French have been wowing Australian audiences with Johnny Cash The Concert, keeping the spirit of the Man in Black alive with their authentic tribute to Johnny Cash and his music. In 2015 the boys return with their brand new show Cash 60 - 60 Years of Johnny Cash marking 60 years since the world first heard from the powerhouse that was Johnny Cash. Backed as always by their engine room, The Tennessee Studs, Cash 60 promises to be Johnny Cash The Concerts best show yet. Always keen to give their audiences something new and fresh, Cash 60 brings you the expected hits and highlights from Cash’s stellar career but as always the show is full of select favourites and forgotten gems from the extensive Cash catalogue.

Nobody brings to life the sprit and the music of The Man in Black quite like Johnny Cash The Concert.

On the road from August 2015, Cash 60 is a show not to be missed.

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Laycock Street Theatre
15 September 6pm
16 September 10am and 12noon

Shake and Stir Theatre Co presents
Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes and Dirty Beasts

Think you know the stories of The Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Snow White, Goldilocks and Jack and the Beanstalk? Think again!
Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts bursts off the page in a spectacular new live show, taking the world's best-loved fairy tales and rearranging them with some unexpected and hilarious twists. A visual feast that combines a rocking sound track, immersive lighting design, dance, song, shadow puppetry and four of the country's best comic actors who bring over 40 characters to life.
This fast-moving, always surprising show is a celebration of the world's number one storyteller. Hailed by audiences and critics alike Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts has been described as 'flawlessly funny... Beautifully gratifying, clever stuff'
- Weekend Notes and '...delights and revolts. A treat for mums, dads and the littlies... the audience lapped it up...' - The Courier-Mail.
Seriously funny and frighteningly silly, Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes & Dirty Beasts is the perfect family entertainment especially for children 5 to 105. Visit the official Roald Dahl website, which is packed with information and up to date news from the world of Roald Dahl, by clicking through to www.roalddahl.com

Member $20, Adult $25, Concession $20,
Groups 10+ $22, Under 12 $18, School Groups $18
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Laycock Street Theatre
25 September 8pm
26 September 2pm and 8pm

Theatrichals presents
The Tap Pack
Created by Jesse Rasmussen,
Jordan Pollard and Thomas J Egan
Directed and Co Created by Nigel Turner - Carroll

Inspired by the unforgettable live shows of the Rat Pack featuring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr comes a new, highly entertaining act with the old classics combined with a fresh twist. Tap!
The Tap Pack are guys that can sing, joke and above all tap up a storm. With songs like Lady is a Tramp, Straighten up and Fly Right mixed with slick humour, slapstick comedy, sharp suits and high-energy tap dancing, the Tap Pack picks up where the Rat Pack left off.
These men are Australia’s finest and most inspiring young artists with credits in over 20 musical theatre productions, motion picture blockbusters and all things entertainment. Join us as we swingify new songs, jazz up the old ones and tap beats so cool, you won’t need ice in your drink.
This is a show inspired by the legends of yesteryear and freshly created for the audience of today.
Cool classics with a fresh twist.

Member $40, Adult $50, Concession $48,
Groups 10+ $45, Under 18 $25
, School Groups $18

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