April 2021

THE BIG SING

WORKSHOP & CONCERT

HELENSVALE CULTURAL CENTRE

May 2nd 2021

HOSTED BY HARMONY IN PARADISE

BOOK BY APRIL 28th

BOOK BY APRIL 28th FOR GC BIG SING!!!!! Harmony in Paradise host

Harmony in Paradise are hosting A BIG SING. What a fabulous idea!!!!! It's set for MAY 2nd 2021. Choirs who wish to perform can contact info@harmonyinparadise.com and leave your details.

 

And there is a free concert on the afternoon May 2nd. Now thats a treat for all of the family. It will be a choral feast.

James Cuskelly OAM returns as one of the presenters and he will be joined by Paul Holley OAM. These are two of Australia's most exciting choral conductors and teachers.  Not to be missed!

Choirs and individual singers are welcome.  Bring your friends!  Choirs have an opportunity to perform in the free afternoon concert. Anyone is welcome to come to the concert - invite your family.

Further details on:

https://www.harmonyinparadise.com

NO SEX PLEASE WE'RE BRITISH

GOLD COAST LITTLE THEATRE

16th April 2021 – 9th May 2021

NO SEX PLEASE, WE'RE BRITISH - A side-splitting comedy

By Alistair Foot and Anthony Marriott

Directed by Dorothy Henderson

An amateur production by arrangement with ORiGiN on behalf of Samuel French Ltd

SYNOPSIS: A young bride innocently orders some Scandinavian glassware. What arrives is Scandinavian pornography, setting off an hilarious chain of events!No Sex Please, We’re British ran in London for over eight years and also delighted Broadway audiences. This is farce at its best and a guaranteed great night out.

Gold Coast Little Theatre

21A Scarborough Street, Southport

PH: 07 5532 2096

www.gclt.com.au  

BOOK ONLINE

M FOR MABEL

TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN LITTLE THEATRE

16, 17 April 7.30pm; 18 April Matinee 2.30pm

23, 24 April 7.30pm; 25 April Matinee2.30pm

30 April, 1 May 7.30pm

M FOR MABEL

By Janis Bailey

Directed by Warwick Bailey & Lesley Sawyer

SYNOPSIS: Fame and celebrity are a fickle thing. Not many locals know that one of Australia’s most famous writers of the early 20th Century often visited Tamborine Mountain and finally built a home in Coleman Square, which still stands. The life of M Forrest as she was known professionally - M for Mabel- will come under the theatrical spotlight in a new play written by local Janis Bailey and produced by TMLT. Janis wrote Hearts Ablaze, the play about Judith Wright,performed to great acclaim in 2015.

Tamborine Mountain Little Theatre

Zamia Theatre

22 Main St. TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN / Book online

http://www.tmlt.com.au

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